mislead


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deceive

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to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

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Troy--but it is not quite so easy to mislead me as you seem to suppose.
Now does that hypothesis really mislead Frederic Larsan?
Ye cannot endure it with yourselves, and do not love yourselves sufficiently: so ye seek to mislead your neighbour into love, and would fain gild yourselves with his error.
I must confess that it was at first a painful shock to me to realise that the time had come when it was necessary for us to take any heed of the uneducated rabble who seem born into the world discontented with their station in life, and instead of making honest attempts to improve it waste their time railing against us who are more fortunately placed, and in endeavours to mislead in every possible way the electorate of the country.
But where was this foot-stomping and democracy-protecting attitude just a few weeks earlier when the council engaged in a far more reprehensible effort to mislead the public?
The resignations of Labour ministers Peter Mandelson and Beverley Hughes are cited in Adam Price's impeachment report as confirmation that ministers who mislead Parliament and the British public should quit.
Participants watch a slide presentation or a video that is meant to simulate witnessing an event, and then the participants read a narrative or answer questions that are meant to mislead them; the questions or narrative include information not actually contained in the slide presentation or video.
FDA warned the firms in letters sent on April 16 that their advertising, promotion and labeling mislead the public by creating unrealistic expectations for the performance of their products.
At issue are statements made by Tercica that Insmed believes are likely to mislead customers into believing that Increlex is a superior choice in Primary IGFD treatments.
ballot measure -- have sparked outrage by sending mailers that critics say mislead voters about giving City Council members a third term and ending ``pay-to-play'' corruption at City Hall.
The group also criticized the Smith campaign for trying to mislead voters on such issues as Belmont High School, school crime and student test scores.