misguide misguide  /mɪs ˈɡaɪd/


  1. (v) lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions
  2. (v) give bad advice to


  • First she tried to misguide the searchers from the grave.


  • Misguided sincerity

    Donald Kaul's article on Aug. 23 is a very sad and graphic commentary on the seriousness of misguide ...
    on August 28, 2013     Source: Hutchinson News


  1. "I don't like to pre-empt form in pre-season, because I think it can be a misguide of what you do in season," Harvey told Fairfax radio. "I think players can get carried away with what they have done in pre-season and all of a sudden cannot...
    on Mar 17, 2008 By: Mark Harvey Source: Real Footy

  2. "The exchange-rate has limited impact on adjusting the trade imbalance," Zhou said. "Over-exaggeration of its function is not only impractical but will also misguide the course of such an adjustment."
    on Apr 12, 2008 By: Zhou Xiaochuan Source: Bloomberg

  3. "Now the model code of conduct will start and the Congress government will no more be able to misguide the people of the capital through advertisements worth millions, which they were publishing in newspapers," Malhotra added.
    on Oct 14, 2008 By: Vijay Kumar Malhotra Source: Economic Times

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