Definition of Loast

1. lose [v] - See also: lose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loast

loanland
loanlands
loanmonger
loanmongers
loans
loanshark
loansharked
loansharking
loansharks
loanshift
loanshifts
loanword
loanwords
loasa
loasa family
loast (current term)
loath
loath(p)
loathable
loathe
loathed
loather
loathers
loathes
loathest
loatheth
loathful
loathiest
loathing
loathingly

Literary usage of Loast

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1. Our Old Home, and English Note-books by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1912)
"only a vacant space, — no skull, no bone, nor the loast fragment of a coffin. In fact, I believe the royal dead were turned out of their last home, ..."

2. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1895)
"... A Unique and Unusual Journey — Our Steamer — Our Stewards — "loast Beef," ... loast ..."

3. Pictures and Portraits of Foreign Travel by Annie S. Wolf (1881)
"loast the degradation had evaporated with idolatry. Not so. The manners of the masses to-day on the public highways are little better than the narrative of ..."

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