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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
lost
Definition:
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Synonyms:

adjective
all
lost.
astray
off the mark.
bemused
a million miles away.
confused
bewildered, puzzled, mixed-up.
dead
sainted, wearied, at peace, late, deceased, at rest, bury, departed, lifeless, inoperable, sterile, d.o.a., stone-dead, unresponsive, inanimate, fallen.
decadent
gone to the dogs, over-ripe, overripe, gone bad.
deep in thought
contemplative.
defunct
had it, kaput.
destroyed
ravaged, torn down, sacked.
disoriented
all at sea, out-of-joint, not adjusted, out of joint, off-beam.
distracted, dreaming
absentminded, preoccupied, bewildered, taken up, dreamy, distrait, spellbound, musing, taken in, bemused, rapt, feeble, ignorant, perplexed, faraway, going in circles, unconscious, inconscient, abstracted, entranced, absorbed, engrossed.
done for
ausgespielt, packed-up, packed up.
extinct, destroyed
misused, annihilated, past, Frittered, demolished, obsolete, bygone, ruined, exterminated, obliterated, Eradicated, squandered, unremembered, consumed, wrecked, out-of-date, forgotten, Misspent, Abolished, devastated, dead, Perished, lapsed, wasted, wiped out, dissipated.
forgotten
Erased, extinct, irrecoverable, slipped one's mind, left behind, gone, consigned to oblivion, obliterated, past recollection, clean forgot, blotted out, fell between the cracks, blanked out, forgotten, drew a blank, blown over, unrecalled, left out, unremembered, elapsed.
hopeless
no-win, goner, past hope, unachievable, irremediable, shot down, unmitigable, up the creek, hopeless, beyond recall, in despair, irredeemable.
inattentive
unwatchful, unperceiving, Unobserving, Inobservant, undiscerning, unnoticing, off guard.
insolvent
taken to the cleaners, out of money, in receivership, on the rocks.
irrevocable
unreversible, irreversible, irretrievable, unrepealable.
losing
losing.
missing, off-track
irrevocable, forfeited, at sea, invisible, fallen between cracks, cast away, hidden, irrecoverable, nowhere to be found, unredeemed, vanished, out the window, misplaced, Disappeared, missed, astray, kiss goodbye, minus, irretrievable, Without, wandering, mislaid, lacking, gone astray, Obscured, Strayed, disoriented, absent, gone, down the drain, adrift, wayward, off-course, forfeit.
mixed-up
thrown off balance, come apart.
nonexistent
hypothetical, ungrounded, passed away, Non-existent, few and far between, Gossamery, null and void, without foundation.
punch-drunk
slap-happy.
puzzled
clueless, at sea, bollixed, at a loss, mind-blown, in a fog, come unzipped, mucked up, without a clue.
stranded
stuck.
unaware
unconscious.
wandered
Strayed.
wasted
drain.
noun
go away
get out, Begone, leave.
helpless
weak, feeble, disabled, sickly.
lost
mislaid, befuddled, at sea, missing, unsaved, hopeless, preoccupied, bemused, doomed, bewildered, incomprehensible, forfeited, forfeit, helpless, squandered, irrecoverable, mixed-up, gone, perplexed, unoriented, ruined, thoughtful, forgotten, unrecoverable, confused, confounded, disoriented, straying, deep in thought, confiscate, damned, mazed, misplaced, unredeemed, missed, uncomprehensible, baffled, wasted, destroyed.
verb
failed
fell, Blundered, fallen, Stumbled, Flopped, Floundered, collapsed, Faltered, busted, failed, Flunked.
forgot
obliterated, neglected, overlooked, forgotten, Forgot, Blanked, Erased, Omitted, elapsed.
lost
dropped, forfeited, shrunk, decreased, Shrank, exhausted, dissolved, dissipated, decremented, Divested, misplaced, Debited, depleted, eroded, dispossessed.
wandered
Strayed.
Examples of usage:
  1. I believe I've lost a friend of mine." – This Is the End by Stella Benson
  2. " As if he had lost a good deal of money," Mrs. Copley went on. – The End of a Coil by Susan Warner
  3. It was not that Nepeese was dead, but that he had lost her. – Baree, Son of Kazan by James Oliver Curwood
  4. Had he lost his way? – The Man-Wolf and Other Tales by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  5. Have you lost something? – Sara, a Princess by Fannie E. Newberry

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