- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mislabel.
- adj. branded or labeled falsely and in violation of statutory requirements
“The authors thus argue that the entire corporate mass media, including broadcasters like BBC and the so-called mislabeled "liberal media," function as a "propaganda system for elite interests.”
“I heard the "mislabeled" files were moved from the "DOJ Hatchet Job Coverup" directory to another already established directory "IRAQ WMDs" which had lots more disk space than they anticipated.”
“Scott Metheny, a Montgomery County, Pa., police officer who travels the country lecturing children and parents about the dangers of choking, says the number of related deaths is probably much higher because accidental choking deaths are often "mislabeled" as suicides.”
“Despite a rough year of "mislabeled" furs from China, the fur industry continues to argue it just answers demand for its product. (see dogfighting; heroin)”
“My own sister was "mislabeled" as dumb in fifth grade and it took us until 10th grade to find out about her learning disability.”
“The recent revelation that thousands of bottles of southern French wine were "mislabeled" as Pinot Noir under the Red Bicyclette label should come as no surprise to anyone in the wine industry.”
“Before the election FOX actually "mislabeled" Obama as Osama.”
“I know it relates to him being caught coming back from the Dominican Republic with all-male companions and being busted for having mislabeled Viagra on his person.”
“The center previously sued organic heavyweight Hain Celestial Group Inc. in May, claiming its Jason and Avalon Organics brands were mislabeled.”
“For example, if a package says "Atlantic salmon" but does not say it's genetically engineered, the salmon could be considered mislabeled.”
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