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I have likewise mislaid your letter amongst the accumulations on my table, not that there was anything in it.
A girl bound for college became immediately an integer with which a young man who had not yet mislaid his diploma could reckon.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
Barrett, who seemed to have mislaid all his impudent self-confidence, departed at last saying he would see to it.
THE ROMANCE OF HIS LIFEMARY CHOLMONDELEY
Had he not told her first of the poor soldier who had mislaid his memory?
It suggests nothing so much as that it has lost its park, and mislaid its lodges.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
In eleven years I had never mislaid an envelope, nor missed taking the first train.
IN THE FOGRICHARD HARDING DAVIS
"If you are sure of that, then, no one is to blame for having mislaid it save yourself," said the jester.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
"It has not been mislaid; it has been stolen," cried the Lady Clotilde in the highest key of indignation.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
It is said that he has been put back in his case, which has been carefully soldered up, and then as carefully mislaid.
Then at last the miracle happened: the book concern mislaid their record of my indiscretions—and all scowls ceased.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL

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