Definition of misguide in English:

misguide

Line breaks: mis|guide
Pronunciation: /mɪsˈɡʌɪd
 
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verb

[with object] rare
Mislead: a long survey that can only baffle and misguide the general reader
More example sentences
  • They are misguiding a lot of young people who have not developed their own religious beliefs and only represent a small percentage of Muslim opinion in the UK.
  • We expect the two leaders at today's Press conference to apologise to their members for misguiding them on the matter or explain in simple terms what they meant when they made alarming statements that the pay tax would go up.
  • Sometimes, when parents use this authority, they might be misguiding the child, even unintentionally.

Derivatives

misguidance

noun
More example sentences
  • Frictions and misguidance often lead to conflict between individuals and communities.
  • But the mentality of the critics that call them masterpieces and the misguidance of those who distribute them accordingly is the most abhorrent thing about American cinema today.
  • But some of it was misguidance from confusing rules that came down for how detainees should be treated.

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