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Photo of a lost teddy bear

Lis forLose

If you lose something, you do not know where it is. If you are lost, you do not know where you are. The picture is of a teddy bear someone has lost. Lose is not the same as loose. The opposite of lose is find or win. The past tense of lose is lost.

Lose rhymes with ...

Abuse (verb), Refuse, Enthuse, Snooze, Fuse, Peruse ... see all