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adjective as in misled

adjective as in deceived

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adjective as in deluded

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So an example, just to make this clear, is around civic integrity, we care about and we take action on content which might misinform people who say you should vote on November 5th, when election day is November 3rd.

Nevertheless, Reynolds said his goals weren’t necessarily to inform, misinform or disinform, but to make a little bit of money.

The problem here is that the data of any user who forwards such a message will be stored, even if that user didn’t intend to misinform.

After all, it was entirely possible that the president had been simply misinformed about Springsteen's lyrics.

And when it comes to fertility, said Whelan and Selvaratnam, they are often misinformed and dole out bad advice.

A lot of that has to do with clichés and stereotyping through the years, a misinformed preconception of excessive promiscuity.

The Texas crusader let it slip this week that she is badly misinformed on the late-term abortion ban she crusaded against.

They cut me off and suggested that as a foreigner, I was somehow misinformed.

Suppose B is misinformed and learns that A is giving a barrel of apples to each of his customers?

It is more rational to conclude that Godwin was misinformed, than to believe this.

I have been misinformed, you say, as to my principal relations being at my uncle Harlowe's.

Voltaire was misinformed; and would perhaps learn, by a second inquiry, a truth less splendid and amusing.

If you say you were misinformed, then you are not fit for your position, and should give place to a better man.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to misinformed, such as: mistaken, wronged, deceived, deluded, fooled, and misguided.

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