To lead something in a wrong way, or to understand a certain topic in an imprecise or incorrect manner.
Instead of helping me find my way, he misled me in the small labyrinth.
by MaryPosa July 24, 2017
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(pronounced mIs' el)
verb: to dupe; to lie
related words (misled adjective, to be duped, misler noun, one who misles) variant of the verb misled (mis-led)
Laura misled Paul into proposing by telling him she was pregnant.

by ishmeal bradley August 24, 2006
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An incorrect misspelling of mislead. The past tense of mislead is misled which means some people mistakenly assume the present form is misle.
"We could Misle Brad into giving that WAP a wedgie!"
by marco.rem451 September 29, 2020
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PRONOUNCIATION: 'mise'sled

Definition: a covert bamboozling

Can be used when one person, party, or agent covertly bamboozles another.

Example: "You misled me!"

Verb: to misle (example: "The government has attempted to misle the public with their continuous crisis language.")

Noun: a misling (example: "A misling has occurred in the state of Tasmania with the shrouded extension of emergency powers.")

Adjective: misling (example: "That was a misling experience.")
The Australian government has misled the public with its autocratic overreach.
by Anonymous000007 May 8, 2022
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An incorrect misspelling of mislead. The past tense of mislead is misled which means some people mistakenly assume the present form is misle.
We could Misle Brad into giving that WAP a wedgie!
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1. a word to describe being mislead.
2. A word to describe being angered.
1. ‘Don’t try and misle me’
2. ‘Joe, I’m getting annoyed now. You’re really misling me’
by conmcz November 7, 2021
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The use of venacular or statments that conotates spreading lies or rumors that are untrue, false and used due to Lack of proper research, knowledge, and insight.
statment commonly used by Lamda Theta Phi Fraternity Inc.

"WE ARE THE FIRST....LATINOS DOWN is highly misled; mislead; misleading"
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