1 I shall never reflect on my former acquaintance with your family in Devonshire without the most grateful pleasure, and flatter myself it will not be broken by any mistake or misapprehension of my actions.
2 He saw the smile, and a strange misapprehension came over him.
3 In spite of all his social experience Vronsky was, in consequence of the new position in which he was placed, laboring under a strange misapprehension.
4 Here is some great misapprehension which must be rectified.
5 It had originated in misapprehension entirely.
6 Oh, there must be some misapprehension.
Return of the Native By Thomas HardyContext Highlight In BOOK 4: 2 He Is Set upon by Adversities but He Sings a Song