Did you mayhaps mean mistaken?
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““You are mistaen,” said Jeanie; “it is no sae far, and they go to it by land; I learned something about thae things from Reuben Butler.””
“Canny Elshie the Black Dwarf, or I am muckle mistaen --- A 'the warld tells tales about him, but it's but daft nonsense after a!”
“` ` As man lives by bread, '' he said, ` ` the buzzards have mistaen my friend the Bailie for his Excellency, and you for Diana”
“But I see he's a fule-creature a'thegither, and clean mistaen about ye.”
“We a 'heard o' the public money that was taen frae the chield Morris somewhere about the fit o 'Cheviot by Rob and ane o' the Osbaldistone lads; and, to tell ye the truth, word gaed that it was yoursell Mr. Francis, --- and sorry was I that your father's son suld hae taen to sic practices --- Na, ye needna say a word about it --- I see weel I was mistaen; but”
“Tha'rt a fooil thisen an tha thinks awm one, but tha'll find thisen mistaen.”
“Fowk thowt shoo'd be wed agean, but they wor mistaen.”
“But the lad hadna muckle choice in the matter, for he thought he was leaving the country for ever (I trust he's mistaen in that though); and the night was set in when we learned, by a strange chance, Sir Arthur's sair distress, and”
“` ` Ye're mistaen though, gudewife, '' said Saddletree scornfully,”
“` ` You are mistaen, '' said Jeanie; ` ` it is no sae far, and they go to it by land; I learned something about thae things from”
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