Loser meaning

lo͝o'zər
One that is bad in quality.

That book is a real loser.

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A person who is frequently unsuccessful in life.

That guy is a born loser!

I'm a constant loser in love.

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The definition of a loser is a person who is defeated or disadvantaged, is habitually failing or who is considered unpopular.

A person who comes in last in a race is an example of a loser.

A person who suffers the most as a result of a political move to raise taxes is an example of a loser.

A person who has bad luck in life, who is unsuccessful and unpopular is an example of a loser.

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One that fails to win.

The losers of the game.

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A person who takes loss in a specified way.

A graceful loser; a poor loser.

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A person who is unable to be successful on a sustained basis.

His mother considers his friends to be a bunch of losers.

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One that loses opportunities or advantages.

The losers in the latest round of budget cuts included retirees and pensioners.

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A person who reacts to loss or defeat in a specified way.

A poor loser.

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A person who has been imprisoned for crime a (specified) number of times.

A three-time loser.

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One that loses.
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One that seems doomed to lose; esp., an ineffectual person who habitually fails or is easily victimized.
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A person who loses; one who fails to win or thrive.

In a two-horse race there is always one winner and one loser.

He was always a good loser.

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Something of poor quality.

That dictionary is a loser!

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(derogatory) A contemptible or unfashionable person.

That person is a loser!

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A person who loses (something, such as extra weight, car keys, etc).
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