use mislaid in a sentence.
Secrecy is like copyright - keeps on getting extended, or the documents just get "mislaid" long before the declassification date.
I've found a few old SD cards, a hard drive I'd forgotten about, a Garmin for my bike I'd assumed I'd lent out, and a watch I'd mislaid years ago.
I seem to have mislaid my copy of the 'The C Programming Language', which is a shame as it is one of the few of the many programming books I have purchased over the years that continues to be relevant in this fast changing (and exiting) field.
Surprisingly, federal auditors are now suggesting that some or all of the cash may have been stolen, not just mislaid in an accounting error.
Documents left on a taxi seat can be characterized as mislaid.
The other other problems are related to the information the app generates, the potential misuse of that information, and what other commenters before have said about phones being mislaid, hijacked, etc.