misadvise

[ mis-uh d-vahyz ]
/ ˌmɪs ədˈvaɪz /

verb (used with object), mis·ad·vised, mis·ad·vis·ing.

to give bad or inappropriate advice to.

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Origin of misadvise

1325–75; Middle English. See mis-1, advise

OTHER WORDS FROM misadvise

mis·ad·vice [mis-uh d-vahys] /ˌmɪs ədˈvaɪs/, noun
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