It must not mislead by distortion, undue emphasis or omission.
This is an area, especially in early dating, in which one potential partner may mislead another without intentional malice.
A lie is any deliberate deviation from the truth; it is a falsehood communicated with the intention to mislead or deceive.
He then again said he really wanted to remain friends and he hadn't meant to mislead me.
Sometimes, Gap and Old Navy call their tall size "long," so don't be mislead by the labeling.
Never mislead your intended mark with news that could be perceived as dangerous.
When you meet someone and are talking to him in real time, there is a limit to the things he can mislead you about, things such as marital status, education, finances, everything you can't see with your own eyes.
The death of Stuart Chandler on AMC is not the first time a twin's death mislead fans of a soap opera favorite's death.
Some less reputable sites mislead you into believing you're receiving the full program when a particular portion, the most important part, is withheld in order to force you to pay more money.
We must not, however, let this mislead us.