a.1.Wrongly taught; as, a mistaught youth.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So I did not talk blood and insurrection to that man there who sat munching black bread with that abused and mistaught herd of human sheep, but took him aside and talked matter of another sort to him.
Religion is being generally mistaught, misunderstood, misused and abused not just by Muslims in Pakistan but again, generally, by a couple of billion Muslims for their own personal whims and pleasures, even as, except a minority, non-Muslim religious people also do not follow their different religions in practice, but for namesake, like going to their places of worship once a week.
In this district, the Assistant Superintendent informed the researchers of an incident with a previous high school teacher who had mistaught controversial topics, and it caused concern.
Yet a new report finds that the topic is mistaught and often sentimentalized--and students are alarmingly misinformed as a result.