Simple past tense and past participle of misperceive.(verb)
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Use "misperceived" in a sentence
"Congress has voted not to fund any transfers of detainees to the country, and the public reaction to the trial of Guantánamo detainee Ahmed Ghailani – acquitted on 284 counts, but sentenced to life without parole on just one charge – has demonstrated that when it comes to justice, the American public is not content to risk any repetition of what was widely misperceived as a not guilty verdict."
"Financing, accountability, misperceived threats to trade and debates on access to NCD medicines have taken center stage."
"Homelessness and poverty are societal issues that are often misperceived, and there is a lack of appropriate awareness of them."