lost without (someone or something)

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lost without (someone or something)

Unable to function or understand things clearly without someone or something; helpless without someone or something. Ever since Mom died, I just feel like I'm lost without her. When it comes to repairing things, I'm usually lost without instructional videos. I'd be lost without my assistant—she's the only one who keeps my crazy life remotely organized.
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lost without someone or something

unable to function without someone or something. I am just lost without you. The engineer is lost without his pocket computer.
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'I should be lost without you, Eugene; but you may be right.'
Hailed as the voice of 2019, the 25-year-old singer/ songwriter has become one of last year's biggest success stories thanks to platinum-selling hit Lost Without You.
[USA], Apr 3 (ANI): "We are lost without you babe -- I have no words," Lauren London is grieving the death of her love Nipsey Hussle.
Such was the case for Lost Without You, the debut UK hit for 24-year-old London-born singer / songwriter Freya Ridings.
John Watson: "Enjoy your life in another world Muhammad, our world is lost without you. RIP."
Like the words in a song I feel lost without you As you were and are my love so true It's 10 years since we parted, oh how the years have passed How long will my heartache last?
"Lost Without You" was produced by Grammy Award nominee Aaron Johnson (The Fray).
I am lost without you. Longing for the day you'll hug me again.
Ex-Savage Garden vocalist Darren Hayes performed a rendition of her Lost Without You, on behalf of the 18-year-old star.
Although you can't see Fran Healy writing a song as gloomy as Love (Makes Me Want To Die), the breezy, romanticism of tracks like Lost Without You is right up Travis' street.
I'm so lonely and lost without you.) - Your loving Mum.
The DJ has posted a song on his Facebook page, Lost Without You by Robin Thicke.
Man, nana, great grandma You were like no other Your husband is lost without you, The children miss their mother.