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Spell Check of lose

Correct spelling: lose

Definition of lose:

  1. To cease to have; to be deprived of; not to gain; to fail to obtain; to possess no longer; to forfeit; to waste; to squander; to ruin; to destroy; to cause to perish; to miss; to bewilder; to fail to see or find. To lose one's self, to be bewildered; to have the memory and reason suspended.
  2. To forfeit anything in contest; not to win; to decline; to fail.

Common misspellings for lose:

lalelic, lacaeus, lcaic, lacea, lces, laexic, llege, lalege, llhallows, lliaceae.


Google Ngram Viewer results for lose:

This graph shows how "lose" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for lose:

  1. And now she must lose him. – Afoot in England by W.H. Hudson
  2. One doesn't like to lose friends." – The Rough Road by William John Locke
  3. When I did lose a ship I have not been charged for it; at least if I was, it was not with my knowledge. – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie

Quotes for lose:

  1. Developments in information technology and globalised media mean that the most powerful military in the history of the world can lose a war, not on the battlefield of dust and blood, but on the battlefield of world opinion.
  2. I'd lose my mind if I heard my kid call the nanny Mommy.
  3. The word "happiness" would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.
  4. I believe managing is like holding a dove in your hand. If you hold it too tightly you kill it, but if you hold it too loosely, you lose it.
  5. I saw that nothing was permanent. You don't want to possess anything that is dear to you because you might lose it.

Rhymes for lose:

  1. blues, booze, bruise, choose, confuse, cruise, cruse, defuse, enthuse, excuse, fuse, hughes, infuse, loos, meuse, mews, misuse, muse, news, ooze, peruse, recuse, refuse, reuse, ruse, schmooze, shoes, snooze, suffuse, toulouse, transfuse, use, canoes, chuse, druse, tattoos, whose, clews, druze, sous, cruz, joos, luiz, roos, cues, glues, jews, taboos, spews, sues, pursues, brews, stews, shrews, reviews, queues, ensues, pews, moos, renews, views, woos, twos, screws, hues, goos, crews, buse, luse, boos, dews, drews, dues, ewes, foos, hews, koos, kuse, mewes, oohs, ques, soos, tewes, tews, miscues, revues, kruse, coups, skews, clues, who's;
  2. abuse, accuse, amuse, bemuse, diffuse, accrues;
  3. disabuse, overuse, kangaroos;