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Definition of "misplacing" [misplacing]

  • Present participle of misplace. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "misplacing" in a sentence
  • "He proves to be a jovial person, with an astounding ingenuity in misplacing h's, and an amusing little way of confiding small details concerning himself with an air of expecting you to snatch out a note-book and jot them down as one who should later make an article for one of the reviews, "Some Confidential Talks with Charles Bradlaugh, M.P.""
  • "For my part, I did not notice they were missing, I do not recall misplacing them."
  • "When it came to me "misplacing" my purse in the refrigerator must certainly have a logical reason because until, oh, last month, I could still not comprehend that my absent-mindedness, my short-temperedness, my bouts of exhaustion, were all due to a chronic, desperate need for sleep - simple as that."