Misleading

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Definition

to mislead (someone) : to fool, to misinform, to dupe (someone)
verb

misleading (information): false, untrue, ambiguous (information)
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: His comments gave a misleading impression of the company's success.
US: Her friendly attitude misled me into thinking that I could trust her.
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Examples

  • "First of all, I never intentionally misled or deceived anyone."
  • "Mr. Smith : The label contains misleading information."
  • "They have been featured in such classic films as 'ET' and 'Alien', though those titles are misleading."

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