[ mis-gahyd ]
/ mɪsˈgaɪd /
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verb (used with object), mis·guid·ed, mis·guid·ing.
to guide wrongly; misdirect.
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OTHER WORDS FROM misguidemis·guid·ance, nounmis·guid·er, noun
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How to use misguide in a sentence
It explores best security practices in data protection, in-vehicle infotainment, reference software, and hardware designs, and countermeasures to fake signals that misguide autonomous driving systems.Building a self-driving car that people can trust|Jason Sparapani|December 16, 2020|MIT Technology Review
He wanders like a wild Ishmaelite, in a world of which he is as the spiritual light, either the guidance or the misguidance!
And, from the consideration of such misguidance, we naturally glide into the story of Master Harry Bolton.
British Dictionary definitions for misguide
/ (ˌmɪsˈɡaɪd) /
(tr) to guide or direct wrongly or badly
Derived forms of misguidemisguidance, nounmisguider, noun
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