two-time loser

two-time loser

a confirmed loser. Poor Richard is a two-time loser. Martin is a two-time loser, or at least he looks like one.
See also: loser

two-time loser

n. a confirmed loser. Martin is a two-time loser, or at least he looks like one.
See also: loser
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Scott is a two-time loser at the quarter-final stage, having featured in England's last-eight defeats to the United States in 2007 and France four years later.
Worcester, though, is a two-time loser now and with the AHL headed west, may never get another Triple-A team.
Former Olympic champ Asbel Kiprop insists he won't be a two-time loser in Scotland in 2014.
SCHWEINSTEIGER v MARCO REUS STILL only 28, German international Schweinsteiger has been a mainstay of the Bayern team for over a decade, yet the tireless all-action midfielder is a two-time loser in the Champions League final.
After failing to win the election outright and losing the referendum, he'd be the two-time loser who'd lost Tory power for ever.
16 in the world, is a two-time World Cup winner, while the fourth-ranked Netherlands is still trying to shake off the tag of two-time loser after talent-packed Dutch teams lost to hosts Germany and Argentina in 1974 and 1978.
This was a two-time loser from the NFL, and not even employed at the time USC came calling.
lt;p>Nokia Siemens is now a two-time loser in the bidding for Nortel's assets.
His third wife is 12 years older than him and a two-time loser in marriage.
Political pundit Larry J Sabato said: "There is absolutely no way the Democratic party is going to throw away its nomination on a two-time loser from the '80s who is scandal-tinged.
One told us: "He's a two-time loser in these elections.
Sunday Mercury inquiries have revealed that he is a two-time loser in his bid to break into the TV big time.
SEXY hairdresser Lynne Wallis ended up a two-time loser when she stole her best pal's boyfriend.
Evidently," Gottlieb stated, "the mayor wants to be a two-time loser, once at the ballot box and once in the courtroom.
has the unwanted title of being a two-time loser in the Tyne-Wear derby