misguidedness


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misguidedness

(ˌmɪsˈɡaɪdɪdnəs)
n
the condition or characteristic of being misguided
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Winsor brings all the strutting suavity and egotism that Tony Manero deserves, while also quietly conveying the character's misguidedness and sensitivity.
Winsor brings all the strutting, suavity and egotism that Tony Manero deserves, while also quietly conveying the character's misguidedness and sensitivity.
We now return you to Rampage: Total Chaos , a film whose misguidedness may be gleaned by the fact that its utterly brilliant title isn't even the real title.
The basic Buddhist analysis of the human predicament makes sense, as well, of the irony of colonialist conceptions of Buddhism and of the misguidedness of colonial attempts to exploit religious identities.
Yet even if this History-Lifetime-A&E synergistic expansion--on three networks, over two nights--hews more closely to history, its creative license still oozes over into misguidedness, and the additional length produces arid patches in getting to the inevitable blood-soaked end.
He will be discussing The Treatment of Autism: Overcoming Myths, Misguidedness, and Research Myopia.
If the misguidedness of the 2009 Italian job was symptomatic of a lengthy fallow period during the next couple of seasons, then the sight of Sam Warburton scoring under the posts in 2011 as Wales cruised to a 24-16 success was also a sign of things to come.
And yet now, more than 40 years later, I detect a similar misguidedness among those who seek to defend Britain's history of empire.
JW: Michael Baxandall has made a strong case for the misguidedness of critical approaches that look at influence in a traditional way.
To fail to see the timely poignancy of Gatson's work amounts to the same willful blindness that allows for all manners of misguidedness. We live in an age of enhanced globalized connectivity, boundless pluralism, and obstreperous political activism.
The police and paramedics were forced to intervene following the "stupidity or misguidedness" of more than 2,000 Cambridge University students, who took part in the May bank holiday party, defying police warnings to reign themselves in and curb their behaviour.
repeatedly cast light as representing truth and darkness as misguidedness" (p.