misplace one's trust in (someone)
to put trust in someone who does not deserve it
The company misplaced their trust in the manager who caused them many legal problems.

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  • miss out on (something)
  • miss the boat
  • miss the point
  • mistake (someone or something) for (someone or something) else
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  • mix up (something) or mix (something) up
  • mixed up
  • moment of truth
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  • so much the better
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  • scare (someone) silly
  • whistle a different tune

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