Hoping for a change in Netanyahu or even for Israeli unilateralism—whatever one might think of its merits—is misguided.
The Humane Society of the United States opposed the Maryland ruling, calling it “misguided and overreaching.”
Sweden explores new frontiers in our misguided, foolish, pointless obsession with rating and censoring entertainment.
Yet it was the Kim dynasty that chose the misguided option of nuclear weapons to obtain security.
Ang Lee, who won an Oscar for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, went on to make the misguided Hulk.
There is much, I fear, of misguided honesty in Mark Twain's records of foreign travel.
"I have not yet learned what right you have to inquire," replied the misguided maiden.
The misguided but injured Queen Caroline landed in England in 1820, amidst the shoutings of the populace.
"Went to bed so bally sober I couldn't sleep," replied the misguided youth.
Will you please tell me who is the girl my misguided son wishes to marry?
"erring in purpose or action," 1650s, past participle adjective from misguide (v.). Earlier, "ill-behaved" (late 15c.). Related: Misguidedly; misguidedness.