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Spell check of mistaken

Correct spelling: mistaken

pretended, faulty, ill-judged, fake, faux, botched, false, absurd, preposterous, misestimated, inexact, misconstrued, flustered, deceived, illegal, unwarranted, chimerical, paradoxical, nonconformist, simulated, underestimated, misunderstood, erroneous, marred, bad, misread, ill-considered, illogical, muddled, untrue, conceptual, metaphysical, ill-conceived, unadvised, fictive, delusive, perplexed, misrepresented, confused, deluded, confounded, correct, obscured, defective, clouded, mistook, fallacious, infatuated, misjudged, miscalculated, unreasonable, wrong, ill-advised, twisted, irrational, assumed, orthodox, anomalous, sham, unsound, baffled, fictitious, fooled, flawed, overestimated, aberrant, deformed, misconceived, off, ridiculous, wild, deterministic, garbled, popular, foolish, misinterpreted, senseless, misled, sour, inaccurate, improper, d'oh, utopian, incorrect, distorted, central, off-key, nonsensical, ludicrous, inconclusive, misquoted, put on, off base, theoretical, monstrous, imitation, abstract, misguided.

established, exact, logical, consistent, sagacious, infallible, demonstrated, unquestionable, sensible, certain, right, incontestable, wise, indisputable, reasonable, incontrovertible, indubitable, true, demonstrable, rational, undeniable, informed, sound, accurate, substantial, precise, correct.

Examples of usage:

1) You are mistaken, I shall tell you nothing. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) He does not know that it was I. He is mistaken as are you all. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) When he came to me, just after he thought he had done it- but he was mistaken- he did not- he only thought he had done it. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.