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Lost

Pronunciation of Lost
/lˈɒst/, /lˈɒst/, /l_ˈɒ_s_t/

Synonyms for lost:

Sense 1

ignorance, nowhere, long-awaited, no place, foredoomed, bashful, coy, diffident, inhibited, ill-informed, unknowingly, long-lost, underutilized, demure, unknowing, unobtainable, unacquainted, unavailable, abandoned, unaware, lean, inferiority complex, introverted, tied up, unsuspecting, lacking, ignorant, unseeing, Misspent, absorbed, absent, oblivious, disorientated, underused, due, timid, absentee, awol, unattainable, nonexistent, condemned.

Sense 2

heedless, doubtful, mousy, stray, awkwardly, vanished, away, illiterate, astray, acquired, uninitiated, unfamiliar, modestly, shy, losing, hazy, inferior, uninformed, insensitive, insecure, tentative, shaky.

Sense 3

fated, defunct, blindly, insensible, low, hardened, removed.

Sense 4

uncertain, veil, modest.

Sense 5

awkward.

Sense 6

stump.

Sense 7

blind, dead.

abstracted

Absent-minded.

engrossed

rapt.

exhausted

spent.

gone

Sacrificed.

missing

missing, unaccounted-for.

shed

Spilled.

stranded

stuck.

unrecoverable

irretrievable, unrecoverable.

confused (adjective)

bewildered, mixed-up.

dead (adjective)

departed, sainted, late, stone-dead, lifeless, bury, deceased, d.o.a., inanimate, fallen.

distracted, dreaming (adjective)

bewildered, rapt, bemused, perplexed, preoccupied, ignorant, unconscious, absorbed.

extinct, destroyed (adjective)

forgotten, dead, ruined, wasted, squandered, dissipated, unremembered, obliterated, Misspent.

forgotten (adjective)

gone, obliterated, forgotten, unremembered, elapsed, irrecoverable, Erased, extinct.

hopeless (adjective)

hopeless.

irrevocable (adjective)

irretrievable.

losing (adjective)

losing.

missing, off-track (adjective)

forfeit, astray, vanished, Strayed, mislaid, absent, misplaced, at sea, missed, disoriented, forfeited, irretrievable, unredeemed, irrecoverable, lacking, gone.

puzzled (adjective)

at sea.

stranded (adjective)

stuck.

unaware (adjective)

unconscious.

wandered (adjective)

Strayed.

wasted (adjective)

drain.

Sense 4 (noun)

insecure, timid, inhibited, stray, tentative, shy, uncertain, astray.

Sense 5 (noun)

unacquainted, unsuspecting, illiterate, uninformed, unknowing, unfamiliar, ill-informed, hazy.

Sense 6 (noun)

defunct, Misspent, underutilized, dead, underused.

Sense 7 (noun)

fated, foredoomed, condemned.

lost (noun)

baffled, disoriented, forfeited, confused, helpless, mazed, uncomprehensible, bewildered, doomed, irrecoverable, forgotten, incomprehensible, gone, wasted, deep in thought, at sea, hopeless, missing, missed, misplaced, ruined, straying, befuddled, confiscate, forfeit, squandered, destroyed, mixed-up, preoccupied, unsaved, thoughtful, damned, mislaid, bemused, unredeemed, perplexed, unrecoverable, unoriented, confounded.

failed (verb)

fallen, busted, failed, collapsed, Stumbled, Floundered, Flopped, fell, Blundered, Flunked, Faltered.

forgot (verb)

neglected, elapsed, overlooked, Erased, Blanked, forgotten, Omitted, obliterated, Forgot.

lost (verb)

dissolved, forfeited, dispossessed, decreased, depleted, misplaced, Debited, Divested, decremented, exhausted, dropped, shrunk, Shrank, dissipated, eroded.

wandered (verb)

Strayed.

Usage examples for lost:

  • " Oh, yes, we lost him all right. - "At Good Old Siwash", George Fitch.
  • " But you have not lost her. - "Betty Zane", Zane Grey.
  • But I have lost it. - "The Blue Flower, and Others", Henry van Dyke.

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