Lost and Passed on


Lost adjective - No longer possessed.

Passed on and lost are semantically related In some cases you can use "Passed on" instead an adjective "Lost".

Nearby Word: losing

Passed on

Definitions of Lost not found.

Lost and passed on are semantically related in dead topic. You can use "Lost" instead an adjective "Passed on", if it concerns topics such as fictional.

Both terms in one sentence

  • Video Game / Rome: Total War While it's possible to fend off the hordes as either East or West (and even regain some lost glories along the way), the game makes it very clear that the Classical World has passed on.
  • Shrine to the Fallen Whether it's your dead little brother, your child that passed on after an illness, your lost love or just that one person you couldn't save, some characters are so attached to a deceased loved one that they have a hard time letting go.
  • Red Armband of Leadership Not an armband, but in Just a Little Bit of Pixie Dust, a prequel fanfic to Disney's Peter Pan movies, Cassidy wears a red feather on her hair, which symbolizes her position as the leader of the Lost Boys until she dies in chapter 4 and the feather is eventually passed on to Peter.
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