Lose [verb]

Definition of Lose:

be deprived of; mislay

Opposite/Antonyms of Lose:

Sentence/Example of Lose:

The Cornhuskers, who returned to play Saturday, have relied on quick turnarounds between matchups in the hopes of making up their lost games.

His name was lost among the dozens of teenagers chasing the dream of playing abroad, kids contracted by first-tier clubs and toiling in the developmental flights.

With their NCAA tournament hopes flickering, the Terrapins lost, 73-65, at Xfinity Center after allowing the Buckeyes to control the game in the second half.

For the most part, as soon as one team started losing, players on that team would begin to quit, with AI players taking their position.

TNT, which broadcasts the All-Star Game, would lose big in this scenario, and Silver might face criticism for bowing to the stars’ complaints.

So there you lose the benefit of the mask almost completely, especially for your own protection, because you’re probably breathing through your nose and there’s nothing covering your nose.

He had lost the AFC championship game in his first try, but he had never lost at a level he had previously conquered.

Britt Reid did not travel with the Chiefs to Tampa for Sunday’s Super Bowl, which they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

His team has never lost by more than eight points in a game he started.

Alex Ovechkin did nearly everything he could Sunday afternoon as he continues to make up for lost time.