Sentences for Lost, Sentences with Lost Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Lost, Sentences with Lost Meaning and Synonym Words



  • past and past participle of lose(verb)
  • Unable to find one’s way; not knowing one’s whereabouts.(adjective)
  • Denoting something that has been taken away or cannot be recovered.(adjective)

stray, astray, off-course, off-track, off the right track, disorientated, disoriented, having lost one’s bearings, adrift, going round in circles, at sea, bygone, past, former, one-time, previous, old, olden, departed, vanished, forgotten, unremembered, unrecalled, consigned to oblivion, extinct, dead, lost and gone, lost in time,

Example Sentences with lost
  • lost sight of Tom.
  • I’ve suddenly lost weight.
  • Alex lost his boarding pass.
  • I think I’ve lost my wallet.
  • My mother lost her temper with me.
  • My son lost his new red pen.
  • He lost all his money gambling.
  • I’ve lost feeling in my legs.
  • The boy has lost control.
  • We lost by two points.
  • Excuse me, I’m lost.
  • They lost all of their funding.
  • I was sad when I lost my toys.
  • One only dies once, and if one does not die well, a good opportunity is lost and will not present itself again.
  • I have lost the faculty of enjoying their destruction, and I am too idle to destroy for nothing.
  • Mary suddenly lost consciousness.
  • I must’ve lost some weight.