They can also condemn him, if they choose, for misleading Parliament.
It went on to accuse the company itself of misleading the committee and acting to cover up the scandal.
Just about everything he claims in his column is either false, misleading, or both.
But to say the capital teeters on the verge of collapse is both melodramatic and misleading.
Thus over and over reporters are told how Biden was boorish and interruptive and the administration is misleading on Afghanistan.
The method commonly employed is undoubtedly very convenient, but is somewhat liable to be misleading.
But Bardsley's inclusion of American statistics is often misleading.
But the riverside noises were misleading and his imagination was on fire.
It would be misleading to suggest a narrow definition of Popes Dunces.
But truthfulness is one of the most dangerous—why, this man is misleading you.