Loses [verb]

Definition of Loses:

be deprived of; mislay

Opposite/Antonyms of Loses:

Sentence/Example of Loses:

A beanie that’s not scratchyWhile it isn’t quite true that you lose half your body temperature through your head, covering your noggin is still pretty important in cold weather.

He’s also fumbled four times in those 40 touches, losing two of them.

Over that same period, an additional 410,000 lives were lost, the majority of which were in lower- or middle-income countries.

You don’t have much to lose, so you might as well turn exposure alerts on.

Later that year, he helped TSM win the summer split playoffs and secure a top seed to Worlds, where they lost in the quarterfinals.

The Seahawks have lost two straight and three of their last four games.

UCF had no chance to make the playoff and so, after beating Auburn, simply declared itself national champions, a move that made a number of people in Alabama lose their minds.

Schroder, 27, gives the Lakers a proven ballhandler and playmaker to add to their backcourt, which could lose Rajon Rondo to free agency.

Washington is 4-4 in the throwback uniforms, having lost its last three throwback games.

The Class AAA club had been with the Minnesota Twins since 2003, then lost the Twins this week in an industry-wide reshuffling of affiliates.