Definition of "misleading"
  1. Having the ability or propensity to create an incorrect understanding or perception
How to use "misleading" in a sentence
  1. The inaccuracies in the document were misleading and led to a false conclusion.
  2. The defendant was charged with providing misleading information to investigators.
  3. The misleading marketing materials caused customers to believe the quality of the product was higher than it actually was.

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