Verb; remembering in a mistakable way, remember in a wrong event, actually mistakingly remembering.
You are misremembering because the party was on Friday, not on Saturday. Edwin always misremembers.
by Edwin P January 21, 2008
A word in use since 1533 meaning "to have an imperfect memory of." Also, one of the best recent examples of a mob of ignorant yokels with no recognizable proficiency in the English language criticizing a Yale grad's vocabulary.
"I misremembered her name, so she misremembered her number."
by Definnovator February 14, 2009
To remember incorrectly or mistakenly.

It sounds stupid and made-up, but it's appeared in text dating from the 17th century, and has been used by Jonathan Swift, Thomas Jefferson, John Locke, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
"I may misremember indifferent circumstances, but can be right in substance. " -Thomas Jefferson, Letter to John Cabel Breckenridge, 1821
by tehratfink December 14, 2009
What some dumbass from Texas deems as english worthy for the United States Congressional Hearings. To misinterpret or to misunderstand.
Roger Clemens: I believe Andy Misremembers.
Congressman Shay: Excuse me, I didn't hear you (haha).
Roger Clemens: Andy Misremembers, I believe Andy Misremembers.
by Tubby34 February 14, 2008
What Andy Pettitte did while having a conversation with Roger Clemens regarding steroids and human growth hormones, thus joining Fred Durst's "agreeance" as fabricated, and utterly retarded words to enter the American lexicon
Roger Clemens: I think Andy misremembered the conversation we had about steroids and HGH.

Me: Misremembers? That's not even a word.
by silkyjohnson2 February 20, 2008
When someone remembered wrong. Remembering a past the correct way but someone correcting you and saying you are wrong. Made famous by Roger Clemens on February 13th, 2008 during a congressional hearing on performance enhancing drugs in major league baseball.
I think Andy misremembers that I ever was injected with human growth hormone.
by a low roar February 15, 2008
Proof that Roger Clemens is both guilty and an idiot. This made up word was Celmens response to Andy Petitte's testimony where he stated that Petitte and Clemens discussed the use of Human Growth Hormons together. Clemens stated that this conversation did not happen and that Petitte "misremembered" it.
Roger Clemens made us all a bit stupider by saying that Andy Petitte misremembered a conversation they had about the use of steriods.
by DrFellatio February 14, 2008

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