loss[ laws, los ]SEE DEFINITION OF loss
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOSS
She might die, and if he ever returned it would be to realize the loss he had sustained.
Was it not over soon after the loss of the good grandmother?
I am glad you mentioned that word, because we should have been at a loss what to have called it.
The saddest part of loss, I think, is that one so soon gets over it.
Other millions began to fear the loss of their money and possessions.
His loss before the fort was about one hundred and fifty men.
I was rather at a loss for names of reference to these parts.
It is loss for the one who departs as well as for those who remain behind.
Poulson mentions the loss of three structures between 1776 and 1816.
He found himself wholly at a loss before the woman's unexpected reply.