Thesaurus / lose out

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You get exactly what you go after, but you don't get any more, and so you lose out.

I don't want to lose out, for it means something to me if I win.

Motor Matt's RaceStanley R. Matthews

By God, he would not lose out after all these years of fighting.

Crooked Trails and StraightWilliam MacLeod Raine

A hundred dollars is all we've been offered for it, and so his half interest amounts to only $50, and he'd lose out.

The Pike's Peak RushEdwin L. Sabin

But I've made up my mind to win out or lose out on the capital you gave me.

The ClarionSamuel Hopkins Adams

Some men had only a few chances, and a man might lose out on even the first of his chances.

The Hills of DesireRichard Aumerle Maher

However, I'd hate to see you lose out on this because I know Standskill would unhesitatingly help you if he were here.

The Psilent PartnerJohn Victor Peterson

"But I'll not see her lose out," he added, with a return of the gambler's phrase.

Money MagicHamlin Garland

Is it harder to lose out of life the man or woman whom one loves, or to see him or her happy in the love of another.

You think we're going to lose out, and you are trying to throw me off the scent.

The Real ManFrancis Lynde
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