Mis`di*rec"tion(?), n. 1. The act of directing wrongly, or the state of being so directed.
(Law) An error of a judge in charging the jury on a matter of law.
Mozley & W.
3. The direction of another's attention to an unimportant place or matter, for the purpose of being able to perform an action undetected; as,
misdirection is an important part of a magician's art.
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