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Spell check of mistaken

Correct spelling: mistaken

Synonyms:
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.

Antonyms:
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.

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