Definition of Losingly

1. adv. In a manner to incur loss.

Definition of Losingly

1. Adverb. In a manner that loses or will lose. ¹

2. Adverb. (rare or obsolete) In a manner that causes loss. ¹

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Definition of Losingly

1. in a manner characterized by defeat [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Losingly

loses track
losing count
losing face
losing it
losing streaks
losing the plot
losing track
losingly (current term)
loss cone
loss function
loss functions
loss leader
loss leaders
loss of consciousness
loss of consortium
loss of face
loss of heterozygosity
loss of life
loss ratio

Literary usage of Losingly

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1. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"... or anything but an accident, for me, of the parental life there to which I occasionally and painfully and losingly sacrificed, I have a superstitions ..."

2. Principles of Political Economy by Arthur Latham Perry (1890)
"... is not only to destroy a Gain to both parties, but also to interfere losingly with a natural and inalienable Right belonging to both. ..."

3. Flodden Field: A Tragedy by Alfred Austin (1903)
"An hour is longer than I thought, its tick, Like to a sickly and enfeebled pulse, losingly laggard! Hie you, Margery, Hie to the topmost spiral of the tower ..."

4. Germany as it is Today by Cyril Brown (1918)
"... old caste and class lines variably changing, vanishing or stubbornly, and in most cases losingly, struggling for continued existence ..."

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