misguidedly


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mis·guid·ed

 (mĭs-gī′dĭd)
adj.
Based or acting on error; misled: well-intentioned but misguided efforts.

mis·guid′ed·ly adv.
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misguidedly

[ˌmɪsˈgaɪdɪdlɪ] ADV [believe] → equivocadamente, erróneamente; [tell] → erróneamente

misguidedly

advtöricht; believeirrigerweise

misguidedly

[ˌmɪsˈgaɪdɪdlɪ] adv (attempt, try) → malaccortamente; (believe, think) → in modo poco assennato
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The idea is that this initiative is helping the lower end of the scale, but in my view it is having the opposite effect, as I suggest a lot of smaller owners and partnerships are misguidedly being lulled into keeping moderate horses in training by this 'carrot' when many of the horses are not capable of winning a race.
For one thing, on the critical point of climate change through global warming, it is imperative that all the nations on the as yet habitable globe should be constructively cooperative with one another in recovering from this, instead of misguidedly entering into a rivalry with one another in a ruinous way.
Munro wrote: "The religious police here regard these trees, however misguidedly, as a religious symbol and try each year to impede commercial importation.
He added: "Often misguidedly because there is a public right of way for people to pass through there.
Higher ground brings with it situational benefits, while a good tactician can still hold their own in a battle even if misguidedly bringing inappropriate forces to face the enemy.
Firstand still most famouslythere was the youthful Prince Harry, who is still trying to live down in the British press (and if this article is any indication, the Jewish one) for misguidedly turning up to a "colonial and natives" theme party (which alone should tell you the kind of people we're dealing with) in 2005 bizarrely wearing a Nazi Afrika Korps uniform (you have to love the specificity), complete with swastika armband.
The Government misguidedly introduced a scrappage scheme to help prop up the UK car market during the recession, so why not dig into its pockets to make a more useful contribution to the environment that benefits everyone?
It's one thing for otherwise decent people to be misguidedly hooked into an occasional rant while a bit tired and emotional - but the hard-bitten political activists behind Britain First and its associated BNP and EDL are professionally dedicated to stirring up hatred by whatever means possible.
That's probably because he misguidedly thinks he and the Tories are so popular at the moment, he's bound to get his own way.
These governments misguidedly believe that wind power has a contribution to make to the production of electricity from clean renewable sources, but thanks to Mr Shield we now know they have all got it wrong.
Speaking at the same meeting, Russian ambassador to the UN, Vitaly Churkin said that "several members of the UN misguidedly interpreting sanctions agreed on the Security Council are introducing outside of the Council additional unilateral restrictions and limitations which have no international legal basis to support them.
Really though, he is only expressing the feelings of millions of ordinary folk who misguidedly voted in favour of entry to EEC and if given the chance to retract would do so.