Advantage and Loss


Advantage noun - The more favorable condition or position in a competition.

Loss is an antonym for advantage in topics: benefit, drawback.


Loss noun - The act or an instance of not having or being able to find.

Advantage is an antonym for loss in topics: damage, profit, misfortune.

Nearby Word: losing

How words are described

clear clear advantage clear loss
complete complete advantage complete loss
considerable considerable advantage considerable loss
single single advantage single loss
Other adjectives: small, real, massive, big, extreme, great, serious, enormous, huge, little, slight, potential, personal, major, possible, minor, temporary, significant, tremendous, greatest, financial.

Both words in one sentence

  • Even with this advantage and the loss of the Empire's leaders, the war still stretches into decades.
  • Her brother Zuko takes advantage the power loss to initiate his rebellion against their father, the Fire Lord.
  • Also compare Comforting the Widow, wherein someone takes advantage of an emotionally vulnerable person grieving the loss of their partner.
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