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also-ran (informal) one who lost in an athletic or political competition.
amputee a person who has lost all or part of a limb or digit as a result of accident or surgery.
at stake in a position to be lost; in jeopardy.
back up to create and store a copy of (a computer file), often in a separate location, in case the original is damaged or lost. [1/8 definitions]
bemuse to cause to be preoccupied or lost in thought. [1/2 definitions]
brown study a condition of being completely lost in thought or reverie.
casualty a thing or person harmed or lost as a result of some event or situation. [1/5 definitions]
catch up to learn what has been happening in the lives of others after a period of having lost communication (often fol. by "with"). [1/3 definitions]
crazed having lost one's reason, or having or giving the appearance of being insane. [1/2 definitions]
dealate having lost the wings in combat, through injury, or the like, as certain insects that shed their wings after the mating flight.
decrement the amount lost by a gradual reduction or decrease. (Cf. increment.) [1/2 definitions]
defeated feeling or accepting that one has lost or failed. [2 definitions]
defoliate having lost all leaves; leafless. [1/4 definitions]
dehydration the bodily condition of having lost a significant amount of water. [1/2 definitions]
disillusioned having lost or been stripped of one's hopes or illusions, often resulting in disappointment or sadness.
done for having lost one's means of support, or having suffered some other calamity; ruined. [1/2 definitions]
extant still in existence; current; not extinct, destroyed, or lost.
fallen having lost the esteem of others; degraded; immoral. [1/6 definitions]
forfeit lost or surrendered as a penalty for some crime, offense, or breach of rules. [1/6 definitions]
get back to obtain something that one has lost; regain. [1/4 definitions]
ghost gear fishing gear that is lost or illegally dumped into the oceans by commercial fishing companies.