Mislaid



[mis-ley] /mɪsˈleɪ/

verb (used with object), mislaid, mislaying.
1.
to lose temporarily; misplace:
He mislaid his keys.
2.
to lay or place wrongly; arrange or situate improperly:
to mislay linoleum.
/mɪsˈleɪ/
verb (transitive) -lays, -laying, -laid
1.
to lose (something) temporarily, esp by forgetting where it is
2.
to lay (something) badly
v.

c.1400, from mis- (1) + lay (v.). Related: Mislaid; mislaying.

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