Misguided sentence example

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  • He wasn't a bad man, just a misguided one.
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  • In the end the attack on Mr Smith-Barry completely failed, and he took back his misguided tenants.
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  • They take on a life of their own and can quickly overwhelm the truth; this leads to suspicion, mistrust, and misguided efforts to correct the problem stated in the legend.
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  • It is in no way an expression of misguided national egotism.
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  • I recoil at the thought of how misguided I then was.
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  • My father was a misguided man.
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  • There are some misguided fools who imagine that one can achieve spiritual excellence without adhering to the Sunna.
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  • Im not sure, but isnt this affordability as a factor of the average wage a bit misguided?
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  • To keep a pet may be, however misguided, an attempt to overcome this breach.
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  • Thankfully time has proven the maverick genius to be, at least in one area, seriously misguided.
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  • Could he really be so misguided as to think that Fenner could be the man for the job?
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  • Anyone who predicts that 350, let alone 1,000, spectators are suddently going to attend is very, very misguided in their thoughts.
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  • Regardless of my physical fatigue I soon became entangled in a stubborn, often misguided, desire to master my trade.
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  • However as I have been with him during most of his misguided deeds, I will keep tight-lipped!
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  • Queer theorists ' attack on identity politics seems to me to be very misguided.
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  • Ironically, cerumen impaction is often caused by misguided attempts to remove earwax.
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  • However the main problem with the whole gym philosophy tends to be found in the fact most people feel lost and misguided when they get to their fitness center of choice.
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  • I can equally say that misguided attempts to elevate risk to disguised trade protectionism cut no ice with me.
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  • The developers made a concession, in quirks mode only, for honoring (misguided) requests to use Symbol font.
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  • I knew this conversation deserved more thought on my part but it felt good taking some action, even if it might prove misguided.
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  • However as I have been with him during most of his misguided deeds, I will keep tight-lipped !
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  • Under no circumstances let a friend try to help as more harm than good often results from misguided but well-intentioned attempts to help.
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  • He sounds lovely, if not a bit misguided (for dating that other girl and not you).
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  • The true intent of the code is unclear, but given the amount of work necessary to unlock it, it was probably a misguided inside joke that accidentally made its way into the final product.
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  • The amount of painting on a wine box can range anywhere from simple screen prints such as those offered by The Spirited Shipper to custom-designed art such as the wine boxes offered by Misguided Designs.
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  • This new face reminded him of everything he'd never be, of lost opportunities and misguided hope.
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  • It amazes me in the 21st Century how a man of 22 can believe or hold such misguided, repugnant, old-fashioned views.
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  • Some misguided but well-intentioned people may even take the kitten home and turn it loose believing they have saved it from a worse fate.
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  • Thanks to Natasha, we can be inspired to change our fall look without feeling misguided or compelled to spend too much money at the cosmetics counter.
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  • Some teens might not know what peer pressure is while others may have some misguided ideas about who experiences it.
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  • The bishop of Montreal and of Quebec, and a large number of the citizens, protested, but nothing less than bloodshed would satisfy the misguided patriots.
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  • Tradition has probably confused Benjamite risings with Absalom's misguided enterprise; the parts played by Shimei and Meribbaal, at all events, are extremely suggestive.
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  • Certainly some of the medical practices of the ancient world, such as bloodletting and the use of leeches, seem to us at least misguided and at worst, barbaric.
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  • The misguided animus of the impeachment as a piece of partisan politics was soon very generally admitted; and the importance of its failure, in securing the continued power and independence of the presidential element in the constitutional system, can hardly be over-estimated.
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