Lost [adjective]

Definition of Lost:

missing, off-track

Opposite/Antonyms of Lost:

Sentence/Example of Lost:

Those who were at 45 to 50 hours before are down to 24 to 32 hours per week, Cooper said, and he has not seen any extra hiring to make up the lost time.

This feature will help sites that do not have more exposure or access to Google to hopefully rectify the issue faster and thus reduce any lost Google traffic due to a false positive security issue.

Federal regulators say much of the lost money came from people emptying their pockets for security scans.

Some Airbnb guests argued the refund process was complicated while hosts complained that the company didn’t do more to compensate them for their lost income.

“Nobody wants that, but we may not have a choice, and the lost time that could’ve been used to build up these systems will become really apparent,” she says.

So, if renting out their apartments is no longer very profitable, now they may decide, “Oh, maybe it’s worthwhile to convert to condos and sell off the apartments to owner-occupants” and that would be a way to recover some of this lost income.

The patache was never seen again, and there is not much doubt that it was lost with all hands on board.

This vessel, loaded with supplies, went ashore and was lost; and one hundred and twenty Japanese and three Dutchmen were drowned.

They held the compound against repeated assaults, and lost several men in hand-to-hand fighting.

How much of the imagination, how much of the intellect, evaporates and is lost while we seek to embody it in words!