misadvised


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mis·ad·vise

 (mĭs′əd-vīz′)
tr.v. mis·ad·vised, mis·ad·vis·ing, mis·ad·vis·es
To advise wrongly.
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Stalin--who knew little of the outside world, and what he knew was wrong--continually misadvised the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
This move is economically ill-informed and we believe Chairman Camp is being misadvised on the potential impact of his proposal.
42) It was not uncommon in the last financial crisis to hear a little extra sympathy going to those who were encouraged to make bad investments while lacking the financial education to understand the risks, and a little less sympathy to the big institutional players and wealthy individuals who were similarly misadvised or ripped off.
KALPA went on to accuse KQ of favouring expatriate staff and of pursuing poor strategic' decisions pointing out that after years of misadvised decision-making and its relying on knee-jerk reactions to situations as they develop.
at 484 ("Appellee correctly asserts that a number of jurisdictions which have held that failure to advise of a collateral matter is not ineffective assistance have nevertheless held that there is an exception for cases where the attorney misadvised the defendant on the consequences of his plea with regard to immigration.
186) According to the Kentucky Supreme Court, Padilla correctly pointed out that "a number of jurisdictions which have held that failure to advise of a collateral matter is not ineffective assistance have nevertheless held that there is an exception for cases where the attorney misadvised the defendant on the consequences of his plea with regard to immigration.
Tegulle said that President Museveni's aggressive remarks about al-Shabab "are a little misadvised.
51) A few days later Rickenbacker regained national attention when in Senate testimony he called upon Roosevelt to fire his "traitorous" advisors who had misadvised him on the air mail.