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use "mislead" in a sentence

He had however drawn up alternate orders for a major attack across the Niagara, possibly as a contingency plan, but probably to mislead the British through deliberate leaks.

When the SR patrol is in an area where the enemy knows there might be some patrol activity, helicopters may make a number of
Dario of an important source of income.

Jesse and Sandeep had a mishap and could not complete the stunt.

Although his age in the series is confirmed to be 15, a mishap in the space-time continuum caused him to live 75 years in space, doing odd jobs to earn money, and even captaining a space pirate ship.

In addition to the specific plans, NASA had a generic "mishap response plan", and the shuttle software was pre-loaded with information on a large number of airfields that were potential landing sites.

A player character may die while on an adventure, either as the result of losing a battle or from some other poor decision or mishap.

On May 26, 2005, the "Moonlighters” reached the 100,000 mishap-free flight hour mark, recognizing 27 years of professionalism and safety.

His mother, surprised about the mishap, chooses not to discuss it.

A mishap forces Andrew into a fence, resulting in a broken leg causing him to back out of a race.

In a freak mishap, his life support systems were frozen by temperatures beyond imagination.

According to people on the set, after the mishap when a driver missed a mark and caused "Eleanor" to hit a real light post at 100mph, the first thing that Halicki said when he regained consciousness was "Did we get coverage?" 136 more results not shown.

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