[ UK /mɪslˈe‍ɪ/ ]
  1. place (something) where one cannot find it again
    I misplaced my eyeglasses
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How To Use mislay In A Sentence

  • At an indirect Board meeting, a Board as well as Schwarz concluded to this arrangement as well as a Board of Control voted unanimously to mislay a clause from Schwarzs stipulate in courtesy to regulating BRP apparatus/vehicles for personal have make have make make use of of of of of as well as sell a 2004 pickup to Schwarz for $1.00 in lieu of monetary compensation. September 09, 2009 Meeting Minutes
  • But someone prone to mislaying telephone or iPod might want to shop around. Archive 2009-09-01
  • It is by no means uncommon for people to mislay their original policy document.
  • 'mislaying' this one list is supposed to be that he had suppressed in it the name of his former friend's son; and no second formal list for Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts
  • And how often do we mislay the keys we use every day?
  • She came up with the idea after frequently mislaying her spectacles and said: ‘This simple idea would save hours of frustration.’
  • Tim sensitive Barry which they would need a bigger crew, some-more burning rigs, as well as producers to mislay their property away from a ditch. September 09, 2009 Meeting Minutes
  • There is not a thurifer in the country who has not at some time created the world's finest incense only to mislay the formula and then forget how they made it.
  • The House GOP fails to mislay Rep. Charles Rangel from the Ways as well as Means Committee for the third time. A.M. Roundup - Capitol Confidential - New York Politics ...
  • Because I've managed to mislay the instruction book.
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