Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misplace.(verb)
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Use "misplaces" in a sentence
"If we bear in mind that the Pentagon regularly "misplaces" more than enough money to pay for a safe and orderly and rapid withdrawal of all troops and mercenaries, and that the only way to support the troops starts by bringing them home, then a defeat is not possible once Pelosi gets behind a real bill for peace."
"Unfortunately for government, attitudes tend to reverse when people are reminded of the opportunities for abuse: either positive abuse, by government using data to model our lives in ever greater detail; or just accidental abuse, as government "misplaces" data."
"As if the cost of bringing everyone home is not pocket change of a quantity that the Pentagon regularly "misplaces".]"