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Misplace   Listen
verb
Misplace  v. t.  (past & past part. misplaced; pres. part. misplacing)  
1.
To put in a wrong place; to set or place on an improper or unworthy object; as, he misplaced his confidence.
2.
To place in a location that one does not recall; to mislay; to lose.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Misplace" Quotes from Famous Books



... passwords till both were sure neither could forget or misplace a word, as the day was coming on, we kept a keen lookout through the partly opened panels. Before sunrise I saw the mounted constables approaching down the mountain trail, for there were several points on ...
— Andivius Hedulio • Edward Lucas White



Words linked to "Misplace" :   put, pose, set, lay, position, place, misplacement



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