Definition of misguidance in US English:

misguidance

noun

rare
  • See misguide

    • ‘Descartes's reaction is that if he is to avoid living under the misguidance of false opinions then once in his life he should dismantle his entire belief-system and construct it anew.’
    • ‘Frictions and misguidance often lead to conflict between individuals and communities.’
    • ‘But some of it was misguidance from confusing rules that came down for how detainees should be treated.’
    • ‘I told our brothers and sisters that something was amok, but immediately I was accused of misguidance.’
    • ‘But the mentality of the critics that call them masterpieces and the misguidance of those who distribute them accordingly is the most abhorrent thing about American cinema today.’

Pronunciation

misguidance

/-ɡīdns/