The business world provides us with numerous examples of beliefs that are as widespread as they are injudicious, or misinformed.
The former is misinformed (or a crank); the latter is the face of modern evil.
A lot of that has to do with clichés and stereotyping through the years, a misinformed preconception of excessive promiscuity.
And when it comes to fertility, said Whelan and Selvaratnam, they are often misinformed and dole out bad advice.
“I think it would be unwise to dismiss her because she is foolish and misinformed,” the ruggedly handsome movie hero told me.
You have perhaps been misinformed, or purposely deceived, in something concerning me, which may have lowered me in your opinion.
Moreover than which, as grammarians say, Sark has evidently been misinformed.
We now suspected that they had misinformed us of the result of the battle.
He was, it is true, misinformed as to the readiness of the latter.
Are they not for the most part the records of the misapprehensions of the misinformed?