Mistakingly

Mis`tak´ing`ly


adv.1.Erroneously.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He claims Reece's school mistakingly told the DWP that Reece was now regularly doing PE, despite doctors confirming there had been no change in his condition.
After referee Fergal Horgan had blown the final whistle, he was confronted by players who mistakingly thought he had not played the full amount of additional time.
Jugraj Bheel, returned to his home in Jakhmund Ramapuria village of Bundi district six years after he mistakingly crossed the international border along with Pakistan.
His solicitor claimed Wilson mistakingly thought the 16-year-old, who fled in horror at his antics, had been "inviting" the behaviour.
With the Mama's Boy, you mistakingly may assume that you only had to win him over and he would be yours--not so.
Attention #DubaiMall visitors:the #DubaiPolice General HQ would like to clarify that a person mistakingly sat off the fire serine at the Mall after he had broken the emergency button fixed on a wall inside the mall.
POLICE officers in the West Midlands are the worst culprits nationally for mistakingly filling patrol cars with the wrong type of fuel.
It's common among young people who challenge themselves to "water drinking contests," or athletes who mistakingly over-hydrate while training, (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/strange-but-true-drinking-too-much-water-can-kill/) Scientific American  reported.
Although Selena was honoured to be awarded the title, she believes her friend Francia Raisa, who donated one of her kidney's to the vocalist in a life-saving operation over the summer, which was needed as a result of her battle with Lupus -- a condition in which the body's immune system mistakingly attacks healthy tissue -- is more deserving of the accolade because she "saved [her] life".
Kara ran, but later mistakingly left a voice message on her phone which was meant for one of his friends.