(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [In error]
Syn. inaccurate, inexact, misinformed, deceived, confounded, confused, misinterpreting the facts, misconceiving the meaning, misunderstanding the situation, misapprehending the situation, misjudging the facts, having the wrong impression, deluded, misinformed, misguided, at fault, off the track, having been too credulous; see also wrong 2 .
2. [Ill-advised]
Syn. unadvised, duped, fooled, misled, tricked, unwarranted; see also deceived 1 .
3. [Taken for another]
Syn. improperly identified, wrongly identified, unrecognized, confused with, taken for, in a case of mistaken identity, misnamed, miscataloged, misconstrued.
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.
wrong, incorrect, inaccurate, off, inexact, imprecise, erroneous, in error, fallacious, *wide of the mark, confused, *all wet, *off base, misinformed, unsound.
ANT.: correct, right, accurate
(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective Containing an error or errors: erroneous, fallacious, false, inaccurate, incorrect, off, unsound, untrue, wrong. Idioms: all wet, in error, off base, off (or wide of) the mark. See CORRECT.

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