Dead and Lost


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Dead adjective – No longer existing.
Usage example: the dead Babylonian culture

Lost is a synonym for dead in live topic. In some cases you can use "Lost" instead an adjective "Dead", when it comes to topics like destroyed, late, not working.
Nearby Word: deadly
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Lost adjective – No longer possessed.
Dead is a synonym for lost in live topic. You can use "Dead" instead an adjective "Lost", if it concerns topics such as destroyed, extinct, bygone, past.
Nearby Word: losing
Synonyms for Lost

Things that words describes

love dead love lost love
character dead character lost character
crew dead crew lost crew
relatives dead relatives lost relatives
Other nouns: child, brother, mom, montage, soldiers.

Both words in one sentence

  • Dumbledore: Parents have secretly replaced dead or lost pets with identical ones for many years.
  • Obviously some end up dead or lost, but those who return has a valuable out-land experience.
  • Series / Space: Above and Beyond As the series goes on it becomes increasingly clear that the Wildcards are incredibly important to McQueen, and whenever it appears they are dead or lost his distress is obvious.
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