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misguide

verb mis·guide \-ˈgīd\

Definition of MISGUIDE

transitive verb
:  to lead astray :  misdirect <prejudice misguides our minds>
mis·guid·er noun

Examples of MISGUIDE

  1. <we were misguided by the flashy advertisements for what turned out to be pretty lousy pizza>

First Known Use of MISGUIDE

14th century

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