The Collaborative International Dictionary
Misle \Mi"sle\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Misled; p. pr. & vb. n. Misling.] [Prop. mistle, fr. mist. Cf. Mistle, Mizzle.] To rain in very fine drops, like a thick mist; to mizzle; to drizzle. [archaic]
Misle \Mi"sle\, n. A fine rain; a thick mist; a mizzle; a drizzle.
n. A fine rain or thick mist; mizzle. vb. To rain in fine drops; to mizzle.
The Marine Information for Safety and Law Enforcement (MISLE) is a database system managed and used by the United States Coast Guard (USCG). The MISLE is used to store data on marine accidental and deliberate pollution and other shipping and port accidents in US territorial waters. It accounts for vessels and other facilities, like port terminals and shipyards. The system has now been operational for a few years. It was introduced in December 2001 to replace the previous Marine Safety Information System (MSIS).
The public may access portions of the data contained on the MISLE system through the Port State Information eXchange (PSIX). Originally, the PSIX system was designed to provide other countries with Port State Intervention data on foreign-flagged vessels. Currently, it contains information on over 650,000 U.S. and foreign flagged vessels (including those used for recreational purposes). The PSIX system contains vessel specific information derived from the United States Coast Guard's Marine Information Safety and Law Enforcement System (MISLE). The information contained in PSIX represents a weekly snapshot of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) data on U.S. flag vessels, foreign vessels operating in U.S. waters, and Coast Guard contacts with those vessels. Information on unclosed cases or cases pending further action is considered privileged information and is precluded from the PSIX system.
Usage examples of "misle".
It probably misled her, as if he had good news to tell, and even though that was a lie, he could not alter it.
Other men with little of this faculty, but with only so much of it as will enable them to imitate the tones and gestures of some admired actor, are misled by their vanity into the belief that they also are actors, that they also could move an audience as their original moves it.
Beware of Aswydd influences, have none of that house near you, have your food tasted, and do not be misled by plausible villains.
Mort was even misled about the nature of the secret bank account at River National.
You know that I have long enough tried to find work, but I have been misled by the common tendency of the time.
Dick could find no answer except to imagine that his compass had misled him.
We are misled, he argues, by a mere resemblance between the schools and universities of the past and the schools and post-school education of the modern period.
It had been necessary to fight and destroy for ever vast systems of loyalties and beliefs that divided, misled and wasted the energies of mankind.
But the good news is we got half our money back, because they really misled us.
It seems that I have unwittingly misled you for the past fifteen years.
And from their Vow, they learned that they had been misled by Earthpower.
She could not be misled by despair because she did not expect herself to be greater than she was.
Vow which misled the honor of the Bloodguard was made possible by Earthpower.
My red herring had performed its function, but I knew that this particular old hound would not be misled for long before backtracking to the main scent.
I regret to say that I misled him on the subject of our copyright law, which, after all, is not so much more illiberal than that of England as I had thought it.