[ US /mɪˌsɪnˈfɔɹm/ ]
[ UK /mˌɪsɪnfˈɔːm/ ]
  1. give false or misleading information to
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How To Use misinform In A Sentence

  • How, then, can we force a change in the media systems that dominate the discourse and misinform the debate?
  • I was told she would be at the meeting, but clearly I was misinformed.
  • Unnecessary anxiety has been caused by media hysteria and misinformation.
  • Today he backed away from that statement, saying he was misinformed by exit polls.
  • Conservative operatives have whipped their feeble-minded drones into a frenzy and unleashed them upon the world to spread fear and misinformation. 'Tea Party Express' trucks on with tour aimed at health care
  • I'm not sure what this misinformed individual means by "aggravate" in "It doesn't aggravate the need for more electrical transmission grid. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • More police, additional mobilization of military - there will be a presence of the government everywhere, including dis- and misinformation, false accusals and penetrating NGOs.
  • A story yesterday at The Daily Beast about the Title IX Complaint Against Yale crystallized, for me, just how misinformed this generation of young men has become. Amy Siskind: Sexual Assaults Will Continue Unless We Educate Young Men
  • You're misinformed if you think teaching earns megabucks!
  • They could be private (small or middle-sized banks, less well informed than the bigger ones or misinformed by them) or public (the World Bank, the IMF, public export credit agencies, governments …). Matthew Yglesias » The Life of Citi
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