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.
Translations

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 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?
Unfortunately, politicians have believed misguidedly that they understood this ranking of national education systems.
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.
He wants Sturgeon to triumph in Scotland to pave his way back to No 10, while the SNP secretly yearn for a Tory win as they misguidedly believe it will increase their chances of another Scottish referendum.
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.
Unfortunately spoilt somewhat not on this occasion by Sisu (I'm sure that will happen later) but by the caterers who misguidedly tried to be opportunistic and charge PS4.
It was something that you misguidedly did on your own behalf.
Given the rising rates of obesity, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, diabetes and other health issues in children, it is imperative that parents question their role in how their offsprings are so misguidedly eating and drinking their way to health problems at an early age.
For Israelis, the results of Professor Hawking's crisis of conscience has not been so positive, they feel he behaved misguidedly and not a little impolitely in turning down the opportunity to throw in his two pennyworth with the former leaders of Russia and the United States.