Mistaught


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Mis`taught´

    (mĭs`tạt´)
a.1.Wrongly taught; as, a mistaught youth.
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So I did not talk blood and insurrection to that man there who sat munching black bread with that abused and mistaught herd of human sheep, but took him aside and talked matter of another sort to him.
Yet a new report finds that the topic is mistaught and often sentimentalized--and students are alarmingly misinformed as a result.
We don't have the numbers to support any other conclusions; there are no well-conducted studies on how many of us have been 'misled, mistaught, misinformed' (as Rio Renato Constantino wrote in an InterAksyon commentary recently), and even less data on who was responsible for the misinformation.