Thesaurus / misled
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Your cleverness has misled you and has hitherto done you far more evil than good.

Bunyan CharactersAlexander Whyte

He had no learning; he was not misled by the label on the bottle—for that is what learning largely meant in his time.

The masses accept their opinions, and seldom question their accuracy; and yet the masses are often misled.

Paine was not misled by the proverbs that wolves had written for sheep.

Let us hope, however, that you have been misled into over-estimating his intentions and feelings.

Modern FlirtationsCatherine Sinclair

But the problem becomes complicated when the spiritualists come forward with proof that their senses have not misled them.

"You have been misled," Keith said coldly, in reply to a question.

Gordon KeithThomas Nelson Page

Nay, nothing; I renounce these weak affections; They have misled us both.

If the immigrant is neither debauched nor misled, but votes his opinions, is he then an element of strength to us?

The Old World in the NewEdward Alsworth Ross

But here you must judge carefully for yourselves lest you be misled.

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