Clapper told The Daily Beast earlier this year that he misunderstood Wyden's question and did not intentionally lie.
Bad craziness takes great pains to present itself as misunderstood patriotism these days.
As for just what a producer does, the credit is likely the most misunderstood in the business (besides the dolly grip).
Even in its 40th year, it remains controversial and misunderstood.
Roosevelt, it seems, had little taste for allegory, and misunderstood which “wild things” London was actually describing.
How could either of you know me when I misunderstood and belied myself!
This silence, which might be misunderstood, is plain enough to a Southern man.
"I think you must have misunderstood me," ventured Mr. Leigh in amazement.
"If he talked in French, no doubt you misunderstood him," I said, a little annoyed.
Heart-broken by bitter inward struggles, she died in 1797, misunderstood and ridiculed by her contemporaries.