Thesaurus / mislead

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The auditor says the agency has been manipulating her work and misleading the public.
He makes the same charge about a March 6, 2019, hearing — that she repeated the figure and misled lawmakers once more.
Of course, politicians have always lied and misled the public.
THE RNC WEAPONIZED EXHAUSTIONZACK BEAUCHAMPAUGUST 28, 2020VOX
It concluded by making the following four statements, all of which are misleading or incorrect.
Co-founders Charles Buffin and Max Levine are accusing CEO Matthew Peltier of fraud, saying the executive misled them about the value of the company, leading Buffin and Levine to each sell 10% of their shares of the company back for $22,002.
Twitter condemned any spread of misleading information on its platform.
We’ve been misled about the South China Sea islands, misled about Covid, all of it.
Most historians accept that Crusades as a term can be misleading, since it was rarely used during the period of what we know as the First Crusade, circa 1099 AD.
So I think it can often mislead us into thinking we’re talking about one thing when in fact we’re talking about multiple things.
Don't let them mislead you, for you know you're quite a child, out of your politics, and I shall take you in hand myself.

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