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adverb as in mistakenly

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Their secret for preventing fogged eyewear—and potentially an incorrect incision—is washing the lenses with soapy water.

The federal data also is incorrect for Urbana District 116, according to Assistant Superintendent Todd Taylor.

A Maricopa County official told ESPN the delay in charging La Russa occurred because the incident was initially filed in an incorrect jurisdiction.

The first round of quality control tests appear to have used an incorrect testing protocol, and when the final round of tests under the correct protocol showed a 33 percent failure rate, nothing was done.

Research has confirmed this, as 80% of surveyed respondents in BrightLocal research have stated that they would lose trust in a business with incorrect and inconsistent contact details.

It should be noted that Wang has incorrectly forecast Democratic victories before.

Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Banker White is based in the UK.

Strangers often believe, incorrectly, that he is unaware of his surroundings.

Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly represented Avicii's age.

A superior criminal court ruled that the first trial incorrectly reviewed evidence and alleged inconsistencies in her testimony.

And while he spoke someone inside the house played "God Save the Queen" with one finger (incorrectly) on a harmonium.

Sometimes the term is incorrectly applied to a small pinnacle of which it is only the termination (see Epi).

The cant terms, too, are incorrectly given, and altogether the work bears the appearance of hasty and piratical compilation.

In the copy ‘non si può far di meno di non observar le leggi,’ the ‘non’ being incorrectly repeated.

"Vous allez perdre dix marks," remarked the schoolmistress, if incorrectly, perhaps not too severely.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incorrectly, such as: falsely, inaccurately, wrongly, and clumsily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.