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1. I've mislaid my glasses again.
2. I seem to have mislaid my keys.
3. Our luggage was temporarily mislaid.
4. I have mislaid the new magazine.
5. Sometimes students' work does get lost or mislaid.
6. I appear to have mislaid my jumper.
7. Oh dear, I've mislaid my glasses again.
8. I seem to have mislaid my passport have you seen it?
9. I have some others, but have mislaid my memoranda.
10. A trail of missed connections and mislaid luggage follows these travelers.
11. I seem to have mislaid all the friends who once called me Nigel.
12. I seem to have temporarily mislaid my keys. Have you seen them anywhere?
13. Ben mislaid the tape he needed for his English class.
14. I mislaid my purse.
15. Why[Sentencedict], yesterday I mislaid a sock and I simply don't care.
16. He received no reply; seldom can a mislaid letter have had so costly a sequel.
17. If your bank card is lost, mislaid or stolen[sentencedict.com], call our Card Hotline number.
18. The clerk mislaid the files again.
19. The mislaid hat turned up eventually.
20. He mislaid his principles in the drive for success.
21. I mislaid my English textbook.
22. Perhaps I have only mislaid it.
23. Could I borrow a pen? I seem to have mislaid mine.
24. Where invoices recorded on the statement have not been received or have been mislaid, copies will be required from the supplier.
25. Physical fear was somewhere in his emotional vocabulary but over the years he had mislaid its meaning.
26. After supplying medical records and repeatedly telephoning the department, we were told in September that they had mislaid his file.
27. I enclose a copy of the letter in case you did not receive the original or have mislaid it.
28. I look for my pocket dictionary but I find that it has been mislaid.
29. They had shot their own film and it somehow got mislaid.
30. Responsibility will not be accepted for entries lost, delayed, mislaid or damaged in the post.
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