lose[ looz ]SEE DEFINITION OF lose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOSE
After all, what vast privileges do you lose with your citizenship.
Do this up to the limit of your capital and I will make good anything you lose.
Then all I can say is, that when you lose it you'll be in a bad pickle.
He had become so wedded to his gold that to lose it was like losing his heart's blood.
He feared now she meant to lose it irrevocably through remarriage.
She is a fine mare, and I am sorry to lose her, but we cannot help it.
Those found were in a sad state for want of water, and there was not a moment to lose.
We must support our rights or lose our character, and with it, perhaps, our liberties.
But he has played so many of these jokes that they begin to lose their effect.
Hal did not lose any reputation because he failed to take Andrew Lanning at once.