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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Nor should campaign advertisements mislead people to vote for their measure.
Raphael Sonenshein, a political-science professor at California State University, Fullerton, who signed in support of the proposition, said the mailer language could mislead voters, and that the wording is not ``ideal.
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.
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.
To deliberately mislead voters by claiming he's a 46-year resident of the county is nothing but a masquerade.
He then denied coaching his secretary Betty Currie to mislead the Lewinsky grand jury, asking her to hide gifts he gave Lewinsky from the grand jury, as well as most of the major perjury charges leveled against him by Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr.
Attorneys for motel and store owners in the San Fernando Valley say officers mislead planners in citing the reports as evidence of a nuisance, even though they often include crimes that have nothing to do with the business in question.