Definitions of "mislead"
  1. The act of guiding someone into false actions or beliefs by giving them incorrect information
  2. The act of designing a false understanding by manipulating information
How to use "mislead" in a sentence
  1. The salesperson was accused of trying to mislead the consumer by hiding certain product features.
  2. The advertisement is under scrutiny for potentially attempting to mislead viewers about the product's capabilities.
  3. The defendant in the case was accused of attempting to mislead the investigators with false information.

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