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lied to, deceived, duped, cheated, stolen from
By Shai Stephens URL on 03.03.2017
Being misled means getting influenced or doing something wrong by either the wrong crowd or person
By Mya Buckins URL on 03.03.2017
to have a wrong idea or impression about someone or something
By camryn on 03.03.2017
I think this word means to lead someone or to say you’ll do some but never do it.
By Kendell Pugh on 03.03.2017
The Africans were mislead on their situation
By Jerome Carr on 03.03.2017
to have a wrong idea
ı dont have any idea because ı dont know that mean.sorry ı cant do it right now.
By Doomdada on 03.03.2017
To have someone or something guide you in the wrong direction; usually purposefully. To be deceived. To fall victim to a lie. To misinterpret an instruction.
By Lyric Canna on 03.03.2017
By xavier URL on 03.03.2017
She had been misled. Her best friend was in fact a traitor to the tribe. Now she would pay the price.
By Payton on 03.03.2017
Just a page in my history. Just another one of those mysteries. One more lover that used to be. If you think you’re in my head, you’ve been seriously misled.
By LJ on 03.03.2017
the local yokel sent me on three lefts and then a right. I never did find that chop shop.
By a false terl on 03.03.2017
he has been blackened out being misled by the mysterious cookies that was placed on the desk where the coffee shop has for their customers to make
By Casper Bailey URL on 03.03.2017
You can’t blame your relatives for trying to hide things from you when you were little. I learned this after I had a child of my own. There are just some things that a child shouldn’t hear; shouldn’t know about, shouldn’t be told. What you forget is that they find out so many things all on their own; you forget how important you are to them and how curious they can be. They want to know everything; they take your emotional temperature too, all the time. A certain frown, or if you’re staring out the window because you’re trying to figure something out. Or if you lower your voice when you’re on the phone because something terrible has happened and you don’t want them to here. When I was little, there were extension phones in the house (if you had a little money) and if you were really tricky, you could pick up the phone extension to listen in to what was happening. Cell phones have made spying on your parents harder in that respect, though there are new ways, as I learned not long ago, for kids to find out things about their parents that they shouldn’t know. When they become adults, they believe they were misled or lied to. But it’s protection, that’s really what it is. That impossible thing that you can never really offer your children but spend your entire life trying to do for them.
By rubyluby on 03.03.2017
She opened the door and realised straight away that she’d been misled. She could almost hear him laughing, knowing he had won again. She wondered how she could be tricked so easily after all these years. There was nothing else to do now. She could hardly pretend she wasn’t there. She walked over to the bed that looked more like a prison with its raised bars on each side. She looked down at the skeletal creature lying there, her eyes strangely large staring up at her.
“Hello Mum,” she said, “it’s been a long time.”
By Sharmayne on 03.03.2017
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