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A Dead Duck »
(in trouble; likely to lose, fail, or be killed...)

A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily...)

A Fool And His Money Are Soon Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily; it is foolish to waste money...)

A Goner »
(one who has lost or will surely lose...)

A Lost Cause »
(one will lose; it is impossible for that one to succeed; one has no chance to win; one should expect to lose; it will surely fail...)

Be Curtains For Someone Or Something »
(that thing is finished; that one will lose...)

Bug Out »
(get upset; lose control...)

Cutting Your Losses »
(quitting when you are losing, so that you won't lose even more...)

Fly Off The Handle »
(become angry and start yelling; lose one's temper...)

Get A Licking »
(lose by a lot of points; be beaten by a lot...)

Hang On To It »
(keep that one; don't lose it; don't let her leave you...)

No Win Situation »
(whatever one does, one will lose...)

Sink Into Despair »
(lose all feeling of hope...)

Take A Bath »
(lose a lot when some even occurred...)

Take A Licking »
(to lose by a large amount...)

Take A Shellacking »
(lose very badly; lose by a lot...)

Take Leave Of One's Senses »
(not act rationally; not act like oneself; lose control...)

Take Off On Something »
(lose hold of something and have it run away...)



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