You remember them: the Women Who mistook an Infant for a Louis Vuitton bag.
Since Netanyahu was discussing Iranian uranium enrichment, I mistook his chart for referencing these levels.
Many in the crowd reportedly first mistook the flames flickering above the stage as part of a pyrotechnic display.
Obviously she mistook the look of shock on my face and considered me a kindred spirit when it came to militant healthy eating.
And last month, a man was shot by officers who mistook the handcuffs he was wearing for a gun.
I remember once being out hunting with a fellow who mistook a waggon for a springbok!
But Uncle Lucien was so certain of the boy's guilt that he mistook his pride for impudence.
As I was listening to him in silence, he mistook my astonishment for admiration, and clapped me on the shoulder.
I mistook what he meant, and thought it well to say no more.
He coasted round Trinidad, and landed on the mainland, but mistook it for an island.
1630s, from mistake (v.). Meaning "unintended pregnancy" is from 1957.