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Synonyms for lose

be defeated

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mislay

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stray from

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lose out

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Synonyms for lose

to be unable to find

to suffer the loss of

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to fail to take advantage of

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to get away from (a pursuer)

Synonyms for lose

fail to keep or to maintain

suffer the loss of a person through death or removal

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place (something) where one cannot find it again

miss from one's possessions

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fail to make money in a business

fail to get or obtain

fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind

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be set at a disadvantage

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Cohen writes that "[b]oard regulars lost sleep, and even missed work, because they stayed up all night in the Cafes .
After They Were Famous (ITV1, 10pm) If you've ever lost sleep wondering what happened to Norman Bowler, Emmerdale's Frank Tate, then rest easy.
Findings show that flies sleep mostly at night, and younger ones sleep more than older (33-day-old) ones; some even nap to "catch up" on lost sleep.
The British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association helps snorers and their partners to end the nights of disturbed and lost sleep - and the bad feelings that often develop - and return to peaceful nights together.
However, breathing control was substantially reduced after the volunteers lost sleep.
Those extra hours in bed may be necessary to help busy folk recover from lost sleep Monday to Friday.
And a fifth lost sleep over superbugs, according to the poll by insurer Prudential.
A third of people questioned said they had experienced physical or emotional exhaustion, while 26% said they had lost sleep or been ill as a result of worrying about work, according to human resources consultancy Hudson.
Colin Wilcox is getting twice as much enjoyment from this week's Ryder Cup matches as anybody watching it - something he is certain to appreciate if he ever catches up on the lost sleep.
The effects include excessive drinking, lost sleep, rows with colleagues and illness.