Definition of misrepresentative in US English:

misrepresentative

adjective

  • See misrepresent

    • ‘The word ‘warrior’ is entirely misrepresentative!’
    • ‘When those enemies are supposed to represent real people, however, this convention seems horribly misrepresentative to the point of being offensive.’
    • ‘I have said that the bias of the articles posted and constant attacks on Islam are misrepresentative of the truth.’
    • ‘The waters become muddied though when one considers how we are psychologically ‘bound’ to beliefs about ourselves (or our own beliefs, in fact) that are false, misrepresentative or contradictory.’
    • ‘I believe your figure is based on primarily English data, and as GPs in Scotland have historically earned significantly less than those in England, using this survey is misrepresentative.’

Pronunciation

misrepresentative

/-ˈzentətiv/