misunderstanding [n1] instance of having the wrong idea confounding, confusion, delusion, error, false impression, misapprehension, misconception, misconstruction, misinterpretation, misjudgment, misreckoning, mistake, mix-up; concept 409 —Ant. comprehension, understanding misunderstanding [n2] argument, fight bad vibes*, blowup*, breach, break, clash, conflict, crossed wires*, debate, difference, difficulty, disagreement, discord, dissension, falling-out*, feud, fuss, quarrel, rift, row, run-in*, rupture, set-to, sour note*, spat, squabble, tiff*, variance, words*; concepts 46,106 —Ant. agreement, concord, concurrence, harmony, peace

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