misled


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mis·led

 (mĭs-lĕd′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of mislead.
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If she has fancied otherwise, her own wishes have misled her, and I am very sorryextremely sorryBut, Miss Smith, indeed
She found that she had been misled by the careful, the considerate attention of her daughter, to think the attachment, which once she had so well understood, much slighter in reality, than she had been wont to believe, or than it was now proved to be.
I can understand that she has innocently misled you; and that she has presented herself, perhaps, under her least favorable aspect.
Micawber may have occasionally given a bill without consulting me, or he may have misled me as to the period when that obligation would become due.
But I, misled by the action, and confused by the occasion, shook hands with him with every testimony of warm affection.
Have patience, sir,'' replied his counsellor; ``I might retort your accusation, and blame the inconsiderate levity which foiled my design, and misled your own better judgment.
Hence she, thinking him still in earnest when he had swerved into florid romance, had been dangerously misled.
He will have fewer personal attachments to gratify, than a body of men who may each be supposed to have an equal number; and will be so much the less liable to be misled by the sentiments of friendship and of affection.
Smollet's spelling misled me, as I asked for Poter's Court instead of Potter's Court.
This monster, this natural phenomenon that had puzzled the learned world, and over thrown and misled the imagination of seamen of both hemispheres, it must be owned was a still more astonishing phenomenon, inasmuch as it was a simply human construction.
At one moment she looked him full in the face, but then again directly, she was misled by his shabby clothes and failed to recognise him,
I am terribly sorry for him, and said what I could to give him comfort, for he is a man who has been much bullied and misled.