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erroneously

[ ih-roh-nee-uhs-lee, e-roh- ]
/ ɪˈroʊ ni əs li, ɛˈroʊ- /
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adverb
incorrectly; wrongly:For years I recorded my birth date erroneously as July 1, until I discovered from my father’s diary that it was actually July 30.
by mistake; unintentionally:I just posted these comments again because they were erroneously wiped out the first time due to a technical issue.
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OTHER WORDS FROM erroneously

non·er·ro·ne·ous·ly, adverb
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