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She appeared totally misplaced, sitting amongst all the people in their grey suits. GYPSY MASALA (2004)To tell the truth I felt sorry for most White people and wondered how they ever had acquired their misplaced superiority complex. ICED (2004)
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British English: misplaced ADJECTIVE
If you describe a feeling or action as misplaced, you are critical of it because you think it is inappropriate, or directed towards the wrong thing or person.
Lenders rely on the misplaced loyalty of existing borrowers to make their profit.
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