He was entirely misled by her words.
The boy was misled by bad companions.
The guide misled us and we got lost.
The guide misled the tourists in the woods.
He is a good boy, but bad companions misled him.
Some of the information was dangerously misleading.
She was accused of deliberately misleading Parliament.
Don’t be misled by gloss.
Don't let his friendly manner mislead you into trusting him.
Class action lawsuits are now being brought against fast food chains for their misrepresentative and misleading marketing techniques.
With so many reports to mislead one, it is hard to say at whose door the responsibility should be laid.
Here it must be observed that " Matriarchate " (q.v.) is a misleading term, as is " Gynaecocracy," for the custom of deducing descent on the spindle side .
ZTE misled the Department of Commerce, Secretary Ross said.
Mr. Blair insisted that he had not misled the country.
So we may be being misled, seeing its frozen, cold side.
They also had misled the public about the war in Vietnam.
I’m angry at the way that British people are being misled.
Sessions believes his erstwhile colleagues have been misled.
Her appearance misled him, he thought she was young, but she wasn't.
Juveniles lacking social experience are likely to be misled by strange people's appearance.
The event stayed on track, no one was misled, no one was running bored.
I feel like I was a bit of misled really.
Without a proper guidence, children may have been misled by some unhealthy TV programs.
White House officials said he had misled them about the meeting with the Russian ambassador.
Bayer manipulated scientific studies and misled the scientific community.
A joint statement urges governments not to disseminate misleading information.
The bank argues that these figures are misleading.
“Books can be misleading, ” said Lockhart delicately.
B. can be misleading to robot making.
As the report makes clear, there were no lies. Parliament and cabinet were not misled.
(Hapgood soon after cited this figure as proof of how tragically misled British geologists had become.)
The beard threw me. It's kind of misleading.