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Meanings of Misknows:

verb

To have a wrong idea of; to misapprehend, misunderstand.

Meanings of Misky:

adjective

Misty.

Mislabel

mɪsˈleɪ.bəl

Meanings of Mislabel:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Mislabeled

mɪsˈleɪ.bəl

Meanings of Mislabeled:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Mislabeling

mɪsˈleɪ.bəl

Meanings of Mislabeling:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Mislabelled

mɪsˈleɪ.bəl

Meanings of Mislabelled:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Mislabelling

mɪsˈleɪ.bəl

Meanings of Mislabelling:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Meanings of Mislabels:

verb

Label wrongly.

Usage examples:

A supplier had mislabelled the packet

Mislaid

mɪsˈleɪ

Meanings of Mislaid:

verb

Unintentionally put (an object) where it cannot readily be found and so lose it temporarily.

Usage examples:

I seem to have mislaid my car keys

Past simple and past participle of mislay

Mislay

mɪsˈleɪ

Meanings of Mislay:

verb

Unintentionally put (an object) where it cannot readily be found and so lose it temporarily.

Usage examples:

I seem to have mislaid my car keys

Mislaying

ˌmɪsˈleɪ

Meanings of Mislaying:

verb

Unintentionally put (an object) where it cannot readily be found and so lose it temporarily.

Usage examples:

I seem to have mislaid my car keys

Mislays

ˌmɪsˈleɪ

Meanings of Mislays:

verb

Unintentionally put (an object) where it cannot readily be found and so lose it temporarily.

Usage examples:

I seem to have mislaid my car keys

Meanings of Mislead:

verb

Cause (someone) to have a wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

Fans believed they were misled about the reasons for the cancellation

Misleading

ˌmɪsˈliː.dɪŋ

Meanings of Misleading:

adjective

Giving the wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

Your article contains a number of misleading statements
verb

Cause (someone) to have a wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

Fans believed they were misled about the reasons for the cancellation

Meanings of Misleadingly:

adverb

In a way that gives the wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

The mailing misleadingly implied the recipients owed money

Misleads

ˌmɪsˈliːd

Meanings of Misleads:

verb

Cause (someone) to have a wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

Fans believed they were misled about the reasons for the cancellation

Mislearn

mɪsˈlɜːn

Meanings of Mislearn:

verb

To learn badly or incorrectly.

Meanings of Mislearned:

adjective

That has been learned incorrectly or badly.

Meanings of Mislearning:

noun

The action of learning something incorrectly.

verb

To learn something in the wrong way

Usage examples:

The speaker said there was nothing more dangerous than mislearning lessons of history., they had mi…

Meanings of Mislearns:

verb

To learn badly or incorrectly.

Meanings of Mislearnt:

verb

To learn badly or incorrectly.

Misled

mɪsˈliːd

Meanings of Misled:

verb

Cause (someone) to have a wrong idea or impression.

Usage examples:

Fans believed they were misled about the reasons for the cancellation

Past simple and past participle of mislead

Meanings of Mislest:

verb

To molest, trouble; (occasionally) to injure.

Meanings of Mislike:

verb

Consider to be unpleasant.

Usage examples:

The pony snorted, misliking the smell of blood
noun

Distaste; dislike.

Usage examples:

Even if that was the cause of his mislike of her, it was foolish in the extreme.

Misliked

mɪsˈlʌɪk

Meanings of Misliked:

verb

Consider to be unpleasant.

Usage examples:

The pony snorted, misliking the smell of blood
noun

Distaste; dislike.

Usage examples:

Even if that was the cause of his mislike of her, it was foolish in the extreme.

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