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Mischaracterize
Mischaracterize Mis*char"ac*ter*ize, v. t. To characterize falsely or erroneously; to give a wrong character to. They totally mischaracterize the action. --Eton.

Meaning of Characterize from wikipedia

- is a list of topics that have, either currently or in the past, been characterized as pseudoscience by academics or researchers. Detailed discussion of...
- references, sequences and structures. Gene has been implemented at NCBI to characterize and organize the information about genes. It serves as a major node in...
- fiction, having numerous, often overlapping subgenres. Thrillers are characterized and defined by the moods they elicit, giving viewers heightened feelings...
- would characterize Full-Cone, Restricted-Cone, and Port-Restricted Cone NATs as having an Endpoint-Independent Mapping, whereas it would characterize a Symmetric...
- ancient Gr**** φίλος, phílos: "love"; and σοφία, sophía: "wisdom") is characterized by various general features: it is a form of rational inquiry, it aims...
- define models of the object of study and then focuses on that object to characterize the ****essment or achievement of a specific goal. 3. Quantitative level...
- study of arguments expressed in formal or informal languages. Another characterizes informal logic as the study of ampliative inferences, in contrast to...
- below 1 gram per cubic centimetre, and low densities are thought to characterize most of these objects.: 423–424  There has been active debate on the...
- Semiconductor characterization techniques are used to characterize a semiconductor material or device (PN junction, Schottky diode, etc.). Some examples...
- properties, relations, states of affairs and events. These categories are characterized by fundamental ontological concepts, like particularity and universality...