verb (used with object), mis·guid·ed, mis·guid·ing.
Origin of misguide
Related Words for misguidemislead, promote, misrepresent, deceive, fool, lie, misinform, entice, cheat, hoodwink, dupe, betray, tempt, fudge, defraud, delude, pervert, frame, bull, invent
Examples from the Web for misguide
Contemporary Examples of misguide
I think we misguide ourselves when we do that and we say, “How do we get people to understand?”Amanda Blackhorse Is ‘Confident’ Snyder Will Lose His Redskins Appeal
June 25, 2014
Historical Examples of misguide
If I be too long away, he will move without my words to misguide him.Ambrotox and Limping Dick
The efforts of the wicked leaders to misguide the masses are persistent.The Nation's Peril
I do believe that my uncle would have made a far less egregious smash if there had been no Napoleonic legend to misguide him.Tono Bungay
H. G. Wells
Now, what possible end can be served by books like these, except to misguide and misinform?Ephemera Critica
John Churton Collins
Your value there has never been unduly estimated by those whom personal feelings did not misguide.