Grammar Patterns

under N

The 'misapprehension' group

These nouns refer to mistaken beliefs. They are used as normal count nouns.
'Karen seems to be under a misapprehension,' Len said.
Impression and misconception are always used with words that make the meaning more specific.
They are under the impression that I am a Communist and that is why they are against me.
  • delusion
  • illusion
  • impression
  • misapprehension
  • misconception
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