Nicholas Bodley recently said:

> > What is mizzle?
> (Kidding):
> Plainly, it's the present-tense form of the verb that is always seen in
> its past form: "misled".

Many a wise word is spoken in jest. The Oxford English Dictionary does list
to give (one) wrong information as a possible meaning.

> Seriously, drizzle?

That is listed too :-)


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