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mis·tak·en

 (mĭ-stā′kən)
v.
Past participle of mistake.
adj.
1. Wrong or incorrect in opinion, understanding, or perception.
2. Based on error; wrong: a mistaken view of the situation.

mis·tak′en·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.mistakenly - in a mistaken mannermistakenly - in a mistaken manner; "he mistakenly believed it"

mistakenly

adverb incorrectly, wrongly, falsely, by mistake, inappropriately, erroneously, in error, inaccurately, misguidedly, fallaciously They mistakenly believed the licences they held were sufficient.
Translations
خَطَأًعن طَريق الخَطَأ
mylněomylem
fejlagtigt
väärin
pogrešno
tévesen
vegna mistaka
間違って
잘못 알고서
omylom
felaktigt
อย่างเข้าใจผิด
yanlışlıklahatalı olarak
một cách sai lầm

mistakenly

[mɪsˈteɪkənlɪ] ADV
1. (= wrongly) [believe, assume] → equivocadamente, erróneamente
2. (= accidentally) → por equivocación, por error

mistakenly

[mɪˈsteɪkənli] adv (= incorrectly) [believe, think, assume] → erronément
(= by mistake) [bomb, kill, send] → par erreur

mistakenly

mistakenly

[mɪsˈteɪknlɪ] adv (believe) → erroneamente; (by mistake) → per errore

mistake

(miˈsteik) past tense miˈstook (-ˈstuk) : past participle miˈstaken verb
1. (with for) to think that (one person or thing) is another. I mistook you for my brother in this bad light.
2. to make an error about. They mistook the date, and arrived two days early.
noun
a wrong act or judgement. a spelling mistake; It was a mistake to trust him; I took your umbrella by mistake – it looks like mine.
miˈstaken adjective
wrong. You are mistaken if you think he's clever.
miˈstakenly adverb

mistakenly

خَطَأً mylně fejlagtigt fälschlicherweise εσφαλμένα equivocadamente väärin par erreur pogrešno erroneamente 間違って 잘못 알고서 ten onrechte feilaktig mylnie por engano ошибочно felaktigt อย่างเข้าใจผิด yanlışlıkla một cách sai lầm 错误地
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Her eyes rested on the web of a spider, probably starved long ago, which had been mistakenly placed in a corner where no flies ever came, and shivered in the slight draught through the casement.
These latter states of mind had one cause amongst others, which he had generously but mistakenly avoided mentioning to Rosamond, lest it should affect her health and spirits.
He has not only Tourguenief's transparency of style, unclouded by any mist of the personality which we mistakenly value in style, and which ought no more to be there than the artist's personality should be in a portrait; but he has a method which not only seems without artifice, but is so.
He too looks with pitying contempt on the material achievements of science and the Liberal party as being mere 'machinery,' means to an end, which men mistakenly worship as though it possessed a real value in itself.
It SEEMS, mistakenly, as if the animals had had this situation in mind throughout, when in fact they have been continually pushed by discomfort.
The perfectly natural mistakes which thus arise constitute a large proportion of what is, mistakenly in part, called self-deception, and attributed by Freud to the "censor.
You are so distressed, so overwrought, that you look at many things mistakenly.
Seeing a fact which you mistakenly consider deserving of contempt, you refuse to take a humane view of a fellow creature.
mistakenly Earlier this week Ryanair launched legal action against Google and travel website eDreams over claims consumers are being conned into mistakenly believing they are booking flights direct with the carrier.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- In the latest example of unjust pressure on the media, a court case has been filed against the Meydan daily for publishing the words of a politician, while journalists from another daily entirely unrelated to the matter were mistakenly included in the criminal complaint.
A BBC reporter is to face disciplinary proceedings after a tweet mistakenly claiming the Queen had died was posted on the internet.
This fall, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) sent out letters to thousands who had mistakenly received some $24 million in emergency assistance funds to reimburse the agency, reports The Wall Street Journal.