misinformation

noun
… OF MISINFORMATION
piece
VERB + MISINFORMATION
feed sb, spread

The public have been fed misinformation about the health risks.

be based on
correct
MISINFORMATION + NOUN
campaign
PREPOSITION
misinformation about, misinformation on

misinformation about Soviet policy

PHRASES
a campaign of misinformation

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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