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But Uber's surges are not price gouging, as some have erroneously claimed.
Then, it was erroneously reported that Anna Karenina director Joe Wright had won the job (a very strange choice).Meet ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Director Sam Taylor-Johnson: The Cancer-Surviving Badass|Marlow Stern|June 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Her brother, George Percy, was erroneously linked to Pippa Middleton.William and Harry Hit Rural Pub For Non-Rager Stag Party|Tom Sykes|April 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We must counter those who erroneously believe that smearing another religion is the best way to defend their own.Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf: Let the Global Movement of Moderates Rise|Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf|September 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
She erroneously claimed that the major funder of the New Israel Fund is the Ford Foundation.
This means not, as has been erroneously thought, 'crush Christianity,' but 'crush persecuting superstition.'A Short History of French Literature|George Saintsbury
He thinks (erroneously, I conceive; but he does think) that our legislative rights are incomplete without such a representation.
In some later editions, 'the 27th of December 1820' was erroneously substituted.Adonais|Shelley
The first edition of Dante issued from Foligno in 1472; it has been improbably, as well as erroneously, referred to Mentz.
It has been erroneously derived from the Arabic caique, supposed to have been applied to the native boats by early explorers.
British Dictionary definitions for erroneously
Word Origin for erroneous
Word Origin and History for erroneously
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.