Lost

Lost

Lost may refer to:

The ABC television series:
* "Lost" (TV series), a drama television series which follows the lives of plane crash survivors who land on a mysterious island
** "", a video game based on the television series

In other cinema or television:
* "Lost" (2001 TV series), a short-lived reality television program
* "Lost" (2004 film), a film starring Dean Cain
* Lost (1956 film).

In fiction:
* "Lost" (novel), a horror / mystery novel by Gregory Maguire

In music:
* "Lost! (song)", a 2008 single by Coldplay
* "Lost" (Cool Calm Pete album), a 2005 album by Cool Calm Pete
* "Lost" (Eightball album), a 1998 album by Eightball
* "Lost" (Faith Hill song), a 2007 single by Faith Hill
* "Lost" (Kreator song), a 1995 single by Kreator
* "Lost" (RTZ album), a 1999 album by RTZ
* "Lost" (Skin song), a 2003 single by Skin
* "Lost", a 1996 song by Korn
* "Lost", a 2001 song by Tristania
* "Lost", a 2004 song by Orbital
* "Lost" (Michael Bublé song), a 2007 single by Michael Bublé
* "Lost", a 2007 song by Avenged Sevenfold
* "Lost", a 2004 song by The Cure
* "Lost" (Menudo song), a 2008 single by Menudo

In places:
* Lost, Aberdeenshire, a tiny hamlet in Scotland

In other usage:
* Confusion, meaning loss of orientation
* "The Lost" (book), a 2006 memoir by Daniel Mendelsohn
* "The Lost" (video game), 2002 vaporware game by Irrational Games
* Mustard gas, also known as Lost, LOST, Schwefel-lost and S-Lost, from "Lommel and Steinkopf", who developed a process for mass producing the gas for war


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  • Lost — Lost, a. [Prop. p. p. of OE. losien. See {Lose}, v. t.] 1. Parted with unwillingly or unintentionally; not to be found; missing; as, a lost book or sheep. [1913 Webster] 2. Parted with; no longer held or possessed; as, a lost limb; lost honor.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • lost — past and past participle of LOSE(Cf. ↑lose). ● be lost for words Cf. ↑be lost for words ● be lost on Cf. ↑be lost on ● get lost! Cf. ↑get lost! …   English terms dictionary

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  • lost — adj 1: not made use of, won, or claimed lost opportunity costs 2: unintentionally gone out of or missing from one s possession or control 3: ruined or destroyed physically; also: in an unknown physical condition or location a lost ship Merria …   Law dictionary

  • lost on — not appreciated or understood by (someone) The jokes were lost on me. [=I didn t understand the jokes] The meaning of her remark wasn t lost on him. The message was lost on those for whom it was intended. • • • Main Entry: ↑lost …   Useful english dictionary

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  • lost on — (you) not understood by you. Civilization developed because ideas and technology were exchanged between cultures – a truth that is lost on many of us. Usage notes: often used in the form not lost on someone clearly understood by someone:… …   New idioms dictionary

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