out of place, inappropriate, missing, unseemly, unsuitable, inconvenient, lacking, improper, untimely, absent, unattainable, inopportune, unsuited, in absentia, unbecoming, untoward, away, gone, unavailable
deranged (part of speech: verb)
disorganized, whisked, confounded, mussed, confused, ruffled, jumbled, messed, scattered, mislaid, tumbled, convulsed, rumpled, upset, whipped, discomposed, tousled, capsized, rummaged, botched, displaced, disturbed, troubled, tampered, roiled, hashed, mixed up muddled, perturbed, rippled, cluttered, agitated, swirled, disarranged, fermented, deranged, blurred, roughened, disheveled, scrambled, tossed, dislocated, meddled, disordered, churned
lost (part of speech: verb)
- He thought of the loosened planks, which had been fixed, and again he wondered who had misplaced them- if it had been done by design. - "Jack of the Pony Express", Frank V. Webster.
- Your having, although I know it is perfectly accidental, come to Malory, places me under a kind of obligation, I wish you would allow me to think so, of hospitality; there is no room for generosity here; it would be a misplaced phrase; but I wish, very much, that you would put my goodwill to the proof, and rely upon my fidelity; only give me a trial." - "The Tenants of Malory Volume 1 of 3", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
- But perhaps a chicken would not have given such an opening for misplaced affection as a sheep. - "Little Rivers A Book Of Essays In Profitable Idleness", Henry van Dyke.