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|antonyms for loser||1.25||0.5||8083||70|
|antonyms for lost||1.31||0.4||5364||19|
|antonyms for loose||0.74||0.5||9024||90|
|antonyms for lassitude||1.55||0.1||7653||27|
|antonyms for glossy||1.77||1||8119||78|
|antonyms for blossom||0.08||0.6||5478||5|
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|antonyms for lozenge||1.06||1||4768||26|
|antonyms for close||1.4||0.9||5367||39|
|antonyms for closed||1.59||0.4||1426||26|
|antonyms for closer||1.18||0.3||8598||43|
lost(adj) incapable of being recovered or regained. "his lost honor". Antonyms: orientated, recovered(p), redeemed, ransomed, unperplexed, recoverable, comprehensible, saved, rescued, comprehendible, oriented, reclaimed, found, salvageable, won, blessed, hopeful, thoughtless.What does 'loss' mean in the phrase "at a loss"?
The idiom "at a loss" is used to mean that someone does not know how to respond to something. It is most classically seen in the phrase "at a loss for words," which indicates that a person could not think of anything to say.What is the verb for loss?
verb (used without object), lost, los·ing. to suffer loss: to lose on a contract. to suffer defeat or fail to win, as in a contest, race, or game: We played well, but we lost. to depreciate in effectiveness or in some other essential quality: a classic that loses in translation.