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    1. You’ve given me no reason to suspect you are trying to mislead me yet, so I trust you

    2. When the public deliberates concerning any regulation of commerce or police, the proprietors of land never can mislead it, with a view to promote the interest of their own particular order ; at least, if they have any tolerable knowledge of that interest

    3. Their success depends on their patients, who often, quite unwillingly, misinform them, even mislead them

    4. ” He made no secret about the consequences of another botched attempt to mislead the king, his eyes level and hard as he stared at Darniil

    5. To dream that you fall off a hammock implies that you are being mislead into thinking that everything is okay when it is not

    6. “The mind can mislead but the conscience will not believe

    7. Notwithstanding the most upright intentions, the unavoidable partiality of their directors to particular branches of the manufacture, of which the undertakers mislead and impose upon them, is a real discouragement to the rest, and necessarily breaks, more or less, that natural proportion which would otherwise establish itself between judicious industry and profit, and which, to the general industry of the country, is of all encouragements the greatest and the most effectual

    8. mislead the most upright council

    9. Not only ignorance and misinformation, but friendship, party animosity, and private resentment, are said frequently to mislead such assessors

    10. Do not mislead them!

    11. McEvan’s missing daughter, the media did a cover up story to mislead

    12. It is a characteristic of the Leftist to mislead to get their way

    13. will never mislead us

    14. But don’t be mislead by words!

    15. and even then sift out all memories for they will mislead you

    16. 10 And that he descended into Egypt and said of Sarah his wife, she is my sister, in order to mislead Egypt and her king

    17. Eichmann and others used this known fact as part of their calculated plan to mislead Jews

    18. Therefore, to make further reference to his self-proclaimed guiding philosophy will serve only to mislead us

    19. 10 And that he descended into Egypt and said of Sarah his wife she is my sister in order to mislead Egypt and her king

    20. clever scheme designed to mislead us

    21. mislead him… that person is the one who led him to his grave

    22. tendency to mislead himself, and that, knowing this, I would

    23. mislead her, while the murderous part of him was able to actually

    24. ” The Social Democrats would certainly have continued to mislead with the catchword democracy, but the Bolshevist Revolution exposed the intentions of “central control of society” even though the Social Democrats wanted to achieve it more slowly

    25. Subservience to the state is anything but free, but the word liberal has a positive connotation, which leads to the borrowing of the word and its dishonest application by those who would mislead unknowing but sincere people

    26. The continuous harangue of the socialist indoctrination to mislead students and others, in too many people results in a hatred of anything “capitalist” and establishes a negative, resentful association with the concept of Capitalism, which has to gnaw at the very feeling ability of the person embracing the structure of collectivism

    27. Aden, the Su-Katii Lord, had been assigned to liaise and mislead the Government

    28. Do'nt mislead your potential

    29. For countless centuries we have been lied to, mislead, cheated and abused by con-artists whose intent has been to trick us out of our hard-earned life-values

    30. in which one points to the wrong thing due to ignorance, or in order to mislead

    31. Was it intentional or due to ignorance that people through history were led into believing that God is separate, that heaven is not here, that eternity is not now? When you awaken you will understand holy scriptures and easily see where the authors distort the truth and mislead the people

    32. from the bus station, wanting to mislead him on the direction she

    33. that is a right means of livelihood; but the moment he begins to mislead

    34. government, with a mislead thrown in so they could curry favour with American

    35. Her visions were convincing, though he had never considered her a fraud, and genuine, not the wild ramblings of a murderer whose intentions were to mislead the authorities in their investigations by casting suspicions upon another individual

    36. Her voice was steady and commanding as she recounted the murderer’s means, and Feltus could discern no trace of guilt or malicious intent to mislead him in her tone, though he readily realized that if she had cleverly plotted this second murder, she would have the stamina to remain collected

    37. Tears then appeared in her eyes, real tears and not faked ones meant to mislead

    38. indicators, it offers a valuable tool for comparison, but at the other extreme, it can mislead the analyst into thinking that highly associated variables are proof of a ‘cause”

    39. was clearly visible, which made Tarana even more suspicious that the owner of this card cannot be the attacker and the werewolves have deliberately mislead them

    40. From the moment of his arrest Clements had been fed information designed to mislead and entice him into total submission

    41. and how it can be polluted with absurdities to see how the majority of the population has been mislead into a firm belief in mythology

    42. And some sellers are taking advantage of buyer confusion with all the different marketplaces, to mislead consumers and avoid faithfully backing the products they sell

    43. Honestly represent risks and make no attempt to mislead patients

    44. Well, when “experts” in other fields mislead the public the greatest harm is often a waste of money

    45. But when animal abusers mislead the public, the result is more animals like Buddy, Susie and Russell being tortured to death

    46. But these three ruling groups at all the times try to mislead people by talkative tongue and spicy talks and divert people’s attention from real issues and their faulty actions

    47. As I stated earlier, we have been mislead over the proper type of fats we should be consuming in order to maintain optimum health

    48. on the scale will mislead you into thinking you are making progress

    49. Jacques wondered why the Protector, Thuli Madonsela, having resisted pressure from four Cabinet Ministers and several other self-serving government sycophants, had not taken the final step in finding that Zuma had mislead Parliament

    50. 3 of the Code of Ethics state that Members of the Executive (which includes the President and any other member of the cabinet) may not wilfully mislead the legislature to which they are accountable; act in a way that is inconsistent with their position; use their position or any information entrusted to them, to enrich themselves or improperly benefit any other person; expose themselves to any situation involving the risk of a conflict between their official responsibilities and their private interests; or receive remuneration for any work or service other than for the performance of their functions as members of the Executive

    1. He did evil - This phrase is misleading but very instructive

    2. profile (not misleading the community with false data or overly-hyped facts), taking precautions

    3. deliberate misleading of mankind? They are not used with

    4. ' Games is a little misleading; holo flight training simulations is what they actually were and the highest level of advanced techniques at that

    5. I can’t recall exactly who it was that first mentioned a Cornish Rex along with the misleading phrase “hypoallergenic,” but I was off and

    6. This is misleading, for the real question is whether those voters want to replace their own congressman

    7. The forces that acted upon him as he sat cocooned in his chair were misleading,

    8. for example, an attitude, that, may appear charming and pleasant on the surface while in fact concealing a darker, insidious nature; that is to say, external impressions are oftentimes misleading

    9. It avoids convenient or simple solutions to complex questions or easy expressions for hard-nosed assumptions that require testing, at every level; prepared to accept in whatever manner, the pretentious challenges of misleading or presumptive propositions whose attainment is (sufficient) reward in itself

    10. She hated misleading her sister, but the woman was pregnant after all

    11. O‘Conner would put an end to his incessant ravings that are over-done and oftentimes misleading

    12. Statistics are sometimes misleading, however; that is to say, they do not necessarily place what is being measured in perspective

    13. “When I told you that Herminia must have misunderstood what Leon said, I was misleading you

    14. Sometimes there is a lot of misleading going on

    15. industrial nations of the world pulled along with it several misleading claims:

    16. Leaders must not be chosen based on charisma, popularity, or ease of communication, all of which are misleading and have little to do with the efficacy of a political leader

    17. The term “mild steel” is a bit misleading

    18. Even the manufacturers website33 is misleading regarding the truth, just as with the cremation process

    19. This is a misleading and deceiving term, but I can understand how it became known as “ash”

    20. As he made his way around the room, my heart began thumping like that of a teenage boy about to ask his long term crush out on a date, (perhaps a little misleading this analogy, though there’s no denying that Massimo is a good looking fella!)

    21. Misleading others by saying something that is not true

    22. What interest could he possibly have in misleading

    23. misleading the House of Commons with the testimony she provided into

    24. misleading the court and failing to send a letter to the Crown in the case

    25. He acknowledged misleading the court and failing to send a letter to the

    26. The Canadian military says it has not been misleading about Canadian deaths

    27. Failed to improve its misleading budget procedures; Did not fully apply all relevant federal laws to itself; Failed to eliminate congressional perquisites that are used to influence elections; Advanced campaign finance reform that would give incumbents even more

    28. Because of this, he is allowed a little leeway, and he can be misleading, so long as he does not speak any blatant lie, and so long as he believes that doing so serves his vow

    29. This is so misleading, and has no value for us

    30. Fraud is intentional misleading by lying and promising the

    31. They jammed the edge, jeering and calling misleading advice, and the boy repeated his successful trick

    32. With every job the stakes got higher and when, on one occasion her misleading intentions were discovered by her mark as she rummaged through his strong box, she was required to fight for her life and Zerch ever near had needed to rescue her

    33. I know, I know it's funny—to you! I told her you showed better manners than the typical crook, but she came up with the idea you must be a confidence man, because they're always misleading people with their charm

    34. While we did mention the trophies first, simply summing the use of PSN simply for that would be misleading

    35. misleading, then a tort of false light might have occurred

    36. The truth is that too often statistics are misleading and misinterpreted

    37. The old life and the old history were left behind; and although my premonitions stated the certainty of war, I decided to dive into the love phrases that Leonardo was whispering to my ears in those few hours that separated me from the other coast that awaited me in Eisenbaum; and leave for another day the misleading shade of war

    38. Will you have what I can tell you, which will be partial and inevitably misleading, or will you wait until you can be told the whole thing?” Not unnaturally we

    39. This somewhat newer tradition, is followed to avoid misleading the faithful into honoring as saints those who are not

    40. The most misleading

    41. Even the word enlightenment is misleading; it implies some other, higher, state of consciousness

    42. He creates online pages and forums to spread spam and false or misleading information meant to confuse or stymie other research projects

    43. “Captain, you accused us of misleading you and withholding information on our last mission

    44. ‘Why he was driven to take legal action against some of those muck-raking reporters because of the inflammatory and misleading stuff they wrote about him

    45. Special – this fish is special all right, but then perhaps that word is misleading

    46. However, there were a few things that were misleading

    47. Please note that the Bible was misleading about the true place of birth of Yeshua

    48. He writes, “War news may be factually correct but very unrealistic in context, and therefore misleading

    49. This misleading statistic is based on the fact that the population is greater downstate and naturally more play the game

    50. Red Socks: A Reporter’s Life, states, “War news may be factually correct but very unrealistic in context, and therefore misleading

    1. By her teaching she misleads my servants into sexual immorality and the eating of food sacrificed to idols

    2. However, it also misleads one to assume that all members of the

    3. them in the way He used the words then He deliberately misleads them

    4. He said, "This is of Satan's doing; he is an enemy that openly misleads

    5. That crass stupidity misleads,

    6. According to Frémy-Ligneville, the most familiar authority on the subject, the architect incurs no responsibility whatever, either for his own estimates or those of other people, unless he intentionally and fraudulently misleads his client by a pretended estimate

    1. In their observations upon the prices of corn, three different circumstances seem frequently to have misled them

    2. Secondly, they have been misled by the slovenly manner in which some ancient statutes of assize had been sometimes transcribed by lazy copiers, and sometimes, perhaps, actually composed by the legislature

    3. Several writers, therefore, being misled by this faulty transcription, very naturally conclude that the middle price, or six shillings the quarter, equal to about eighteen shillings of our present money, was the ordinary or average price of wheat at that time

    4. Thirdly, they seem to have been misled too, by the very low price at which wheat was sometimes sold in very ancient times ; and to have imagined, that as its lowest price was then much lower than in later times its ordinary price must likewise have been much lower

    5. Such slight observations, however, upon the prices either of corn or of other commodities, would not probably have misled so many intelligent authors, had they not been influenced at the same time by the popular notion, that as the quantity of silver naturally increases in every country with the increase of wealth, so its value diminishes as its quantity increases

    6. The following very short and plain argument, however, may serve to explain more distinctly the fallacy which seems to have misled those gentlemen

    7. The hands of archers quaked, and arrows were misled

    8. In this march, he is said to have been misled by his guides ; and in a country which he did not know, was surprised and attacked, by another standing army, in every respect equal or superior to his own, and was entirely defeated

    9. They are more disposed to examine, and more capable of seeing through, the interested complaints of faction and sedition; and they are, upon that account, less apt to be misled into any wanton or unnecessary opposition to the measures of government

    10. ‘I suspect I may have inadvertently misled you

    11. Believers are being misled because they are depending

    12. “Don’t be misled by their name, “Manna warned, “or feel some misguided loyalty by their name

    13. Some especially interested gentlemen, misled by the Ansahs, have publicly stated that human sacrifice was unknown in Kumassi

    14. Some of the very writers, who in Havana had misled the public with faked stories of victorious insurgent armies sweeping the Island, now found material at the expense of the Cubans in the expose of the phantasms created by their own imagination

    15. Though they are misled, their hearts speak true!

    16. Sylvia hadn’t misled her about the balcony of La Hacienda: if anything, she had understated its height above the gorge

    17. It somehow felt wrong for an army to be this distant, so indifferent to an enemy that was in fact their own people, though wildly misled and utterly wrong in their decision to upset their way of life with shattering consequences

    18. Misled by the diversity of names and shapes,

    19. I do not want to be misled by

    20. But he is not misled

    21. M: Don’t be misled by the simplicity of the advice

    22. misled by the picture — remain aware of the tiny point — which

    23. ily, and you may be misled by appearances, while others are

    24. Greg Garner, who as a GS-12 became one of Pressly’s two assistants, just totally misled me about what he thought concerning my former assistant and his boss (WP) at Pascagoula

    25. misled me about what he thought concerning my former assistant

    26. I will have been misled by the perception

    27. To be misled is

    28. When others were misled by

    29. Do not be misled

    30. "Your sources have misled you, Sir

    31. misled they were, it was a measure of how desperate they were,

    32. Certainly the Egyptians forced to build the pyramids knew that they were slaves, but the misled Palestinian youths who unwittingly carry bombs strapped to their bodies into Israel to murder innocent civilians (including themselves) are influenced by fraud

    33. This now leads me to all the misled uneducated

    34. misled motives and perspectives

    35. forget how often he also calls us to forgive those who have mistreated or misled us

    36. She thinks you told her part of the truth but misled her on the time part of it

    37. It's a technical difference, but I don't want you misled

    38. They have misled you, boy, it said

    39. She has misled

    40. People who are misled and misuse died for a useless cause

    41. ancestors could never have misled

    42. Do not be misled and think that you should stop enjoying

    43. So he said he was not indecent to covet married women but he was misled into believing that Sneha was available after all

    44. If you were not blinded by prejudice and misled by fear and pride, you would easily perceive that one who is greater than devils stands in your midst

    45. And when men become thus misled into accepting a narrow and confused disintegration of truth, their only hope of salvation is to become truth-co-ordinated -- converted

    46. but they felt misled;

    47. 6 The traitor was presented to Caiaphas and the Jewish rulers by his cousin, who explained that Judas, having discovered his mistake in allowing himself to be misled by the subtle teaching of Jesus, had arrived at the place where he wished to make public and formal renunciation of his association with the Galilean and at the same time to ask for reinstatement in the confidence and fellowship of his Judean brethren

    48. Being afraid to defy the clamor of this misled mob who cried for the blood of Jesus, he ordered the Jewish guards and the Roman soldiers to take Jesus and scourge him

    49. We believed that our research was most efficient for the mission we were sent on but it is quite apparent that we were misled by our own overconfidence

    50. We have been misled

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    Synonyms for "mislead"

    misinform mislead lead astray misdirect misguide delude deceive fool dupe beguile

    "mislead" definitions

    lead someone in the wrong direction or give someone wrong directions

    give false or misleading information to