Misdirect

Mis`di·rect' transitive verb To give a wrong direction to; as, to misdirect a passenger, or a letter; to misdirect one's energies. Shenstone.
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Misdirect

• (v. t.) To give a wrong direction to; as, to misdirect a passenger, or a letter; to misdirect one`s energies.
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