Simple past tense and past participle of mislead. (verb)
Examples of word misled
The customers' claim that the label misled them into buying the product meant they didn't get what they paid for, the court said.
Viewers being 'misled' is in their brief where it relates to advertising or news bulletins, but In matters of science it is invariably the case that there are a range of views on any number of issues ...
Reading the opening paragraph and the title misled me to believe that I was going to learn something that I didnâ€™t.
"The title misled me, for I'd never heard it before.
I would think spending billions on war that was misled from the start is much worse Giuliani.