Losing [adjective]

Definition of Losing:

said of one who loses

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Sentence/Example of Losing:

With the team mired in a three-game losing streak, a return to health couldn’t have come at a better time.

Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Neil looks at Jordan Spieth’s unfortunately long losing streak.

The Hoyas returned to practice last week on a five-game losing streak, held a players-only meeting and have won back-to-back games for the first time this season.

External concerns and internal frustrations have mounted over the course of their six-game losing streak, and a frustrated Doncic questioned the Mavericks’ competitive spirit last week.

Washington was on a four-game losing streak before Sunday in large part because players were still working back into shape and the team had no one to support Beal.

Georgetown had previously been tested three times per week and Coach Patrick Ewing was hospitalized for five days in the springThe Hoyas are on a five-game losing streak that matches the second longest such stretch of Ewing’s tenure.

Aluma’s defensive energy is spreading, according to Young, who pointed to a sequence in the closing minutes that helped to secure the victory over the Blue Devils at Cassell Coliseum, ending a three-game losing streak in the series.

This was the second year of the Jim Zorn experience, the season of Albert Haynesworth, of snapping the Lions’ 19-game losing streak, of Sherman Lewis going from calling Bingo numbers to calling plays, of the Swinging Gate and the Burgundy Revolution.

Georgetown’s losing streak reaches five with a 74-69 loss at rival SyracuseGeorgetown’s Tier 1 personnel have been tested three days a week for months now.

Before their late-season revival, a six-game losing skid had turned a 5-1 start to the season into a 5-7 predicament.