lost and found

or lost-and-found


noun

a room in a public place for items left behind and from which the owners may retrieve them.

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Example sentences from the Web for lost and found

  • David, still very courteous, suggested that possibly it had been picked up and taken to the lost-and-found desk.

    To Him That Hath|Leroy Scott