misled[ mis-leed ]SEE DEFINITION OF misled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISLED
He was only misled by his love of antithesis into a hasty and illogical remark.
Do not allow yourselves to be misled by the common notion that an hypothesis is untrustworthy simply because it is an hypothesis.
That dog has misled us; instead of conducting us to the couple he has taken us away from them.
The public are misled as to the true issues by the intrigues of political parties.
If he does and seeds by the bushel, or other measures, he is apt to be misled.
Only Marion, sitting still and watchful 44 on her pony, was not misled.
And again the czar, misled by a false adviser, refused to heed.
"I have misled them a little as to the time," the chief engineer confessed.
I felt that all the consolations which he offered me were of no avail, simply because I had misled him!
"I've been misled," he muttered, with a dark glance at Carlos.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MISLED
- at a loss
- at sea
- at sixes and sevens
- come apart
- fouled up
- mixed up
- not with it
- out to lunch
- shook up
- shot to pieces
- spaced out
- taken aback
- thrown off balance