miseducate


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mis·ed·u·cate

 (mĭs-ĕj′ə-kāt′)
tr.v. mis·ed·u·cat·ed, mis·ed·u·cat·ing, mis·ed·u·cates
To educate improperly.

mis′ed·u·ca′tion n.

miseducate

(ˌmɪsˈɛdʒʊˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
to educate improperly or badly

miseducate


Past participle: miseducated
Gerund: miseducating

Imperative
miseducate
miseducate
Present
I miseducate
you miseducate
he/she/it miseducates
we miseducate
you miseducate
they miseducate
Preterite
I miseducated
you miseducated
he/she/it miseducated
we miseducated
you miseducated
they miseducated
Present Continuous
I am miseducating
you are miseducating
he/she/it is miseducating
we are miseducating
you are miseducating
they are miseducating
Present Perfect
I have miseducated
you have miseducated
he/she/it has miseducated
we have miseducated
you have miseducated
they have miseducated
Past Continuous
I was miseducating
you were miseducating
he/she/it was miseducating
we were miseducating
you were miseducating
they were miseducating
Past Perfect
I had miseducated
you had miseducated
he/she/it had miseducated
we had miseducated
you had miseducated
they had miseducated
Future
I will miseducate
you will miseducate
he/she/it will miseducate
we will miseducate
you will miseducate
they will miseducate
Future Perfect
I will have miseducated
you will have miseducated
he/she/it will have miseducated
we will have miseducated
you will have miseducated
they will have miseducated
Future Continuous
I will be miseducating
you will be miseducating
he/she/it will be miseducating
we will be miseducating
you will be miseducating
they will be miseducating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miseducating
you have been miseducating
he/she/it has been miseducating
we have been miseducating
you have been miseducating
they have been miseducating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miseducating
you will have been miseducating
he/she/it will have been miseducating
we will have been miseducating
you will have been miseducating
they will have been miseducating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miseducating
you had been miseducating
he/she/it had been miseducating
we had been miseducating
you had been miseducating
they had been miseducating
Conditional
I would miseducate
you would miseducate
he/she/it would miseducate
we would miseducate
you would miseducate
they would miseducate
Past Conditional
I would have miseducated
you would have miseducated
he/she/it would have miseducated
we would have miseducated
you would have miseducated
they would have miseducated
References in periodicals archive ?
Teaching creationism will miseducate our students and they will be unable to take cutting edge science and technology jobs in places like the New Orleans Bio District.
How Personality Tests are Leading us to Miseducate our Children, Mismanage our Companies, and Misunderstanding Ourselves.
Like J'Noel, Michael also tried to educate the court about transsexual persons, but he did not miseducate in the way that J'Noel did.
These codes not only chill free expression by warning students of serious consequences for controversial speech--or even normal, everyday speech--but they also systematically miseducate kids to believe that free speech goes only as far as the most sensitive person in the room can handle.
In sum, Nadaner, like the other authors cited in this section, understands film's power to both educate and miseducate.
Second, this schooling strangely continues to miseducate these children along with the rest.
Kinship created the space for sustainable Black communities despite social and political efforts to dehumanize, separate, and miseducate Black people.
Woodson wrote The Mis-Education of the Negro to argue that schools miseducate Blacks (and Whites) to believe that Blacks are of less value than Whites.
And yet, as this book is meant to serve as an engaging introduction" to those untutored in the fundamentals of constitutional law, it is profoundly incomplete and likely to miseducate.
While more recent studies (Alp, 1996; Davis & McDaniel, 1999; Dougherty & Engel, 1987; Gooden & Gooden, 2001; Hamilton, Anderson, Broaddus, & Young, 2006; Prentice, 1986) demonstrate that while they are not quite as prevalent, gender stereotypes do still exist--and, as such, continue to miseducate boys as well as girls.
Being in a book club allows us to learn from our ancestors who have written relevant information on becoming a man in a society determined to undermine, feminize and miseducate black men.
Paul, Annie Murphy, The Cult of Personality: How Personality Tests Are Leading Us to Miseducate Our Children, Mismanage Our Companies, and Misunderstand Ourselves.