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  • v  place (something) where one cannot find it again

  • There was nothing to sweep under, and no space to mislay things.
  • The grandchildren mislay the faith while inheriting the wealth that comes as an ironic dividend of cheapening values.
  • It has allowed the literary world to discover and then mislay him regularly during nearly 40 years of brisk activity.

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