go missing for a week and, like Agatha Christie and Judge Crater, you will make news.
International officials expected some of the aid to go missing, but have been stunned by the scale of the theft.
After an uproar last summer that saw Katherine Jackson go missing for a few days, the family became more splintered than ever.
I came home, gave it to Ian, and said, ‘If I go missing, here’s the guy.
There was something in the world she might go missing all the way through life, if she took this lot that lay before her now.
"not present, absent," 1520s, from present participle of miss (v.). Military sense of "not present after a battle but not known to have been killed or captured" is from 1845. Missing link first attested 1851 in Lyell. Missing person is from 1876.