Nick McDonell comes across as a journalist—perhaps a great journalist—who has been erroneously marketed for years as a novelist.
We must counter those who erroneously believe that smearing another religion is the best way to defend their own.
But Uber's surges are not price gouging, as some have erroneously claimed.
Let anyone on that list who believes his name is there erroneously, or undeservedly, appeal—through legal channels—for removal.
Her brother, George Percy, was erroneously linked to Pippa Middleton.
Mr. Whatton's masterly portraiture has been erroneously ascribed to Mr. Baines.
But this imperfection had hitherto been erroneously accounted for.
I had erroneously supposed that by not being a civilian I should get more than two courses.
This is generally, but erroneously attributed to vitiated instincts.
Tannin has been conjectured to be the protecting substance, but erroneously, as leather of every kind is devoured by them.
straying from a wise or right path
Latin errare 'to wander'
late 14c., from Old French erroneus and directly from Latin erroneus "vagrant, wandering" (in Late Latin "erroneous"), from erronem (nominative erro) "vagabond," from errare "to wander, err" (see err). Related: Erroneously.