mistaken

adj.
VERBS
be, prove, seem

That view seems mistaken.

ADVERB
badly, fundamentally, gravely, profoundly, sadly, seriously, sorely, very (much)

You are very much mistaken if you think that people will agree to these changes.

completely, entirely, quite, utterly
somehow
PREPOSITION
about

I think you're mistaken about the time.

Mistaken is used with these nouns: ↑assumption, ↑belief, ↑idea, ↑identification, ↑identity, ↑impression, ↑perception

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