feel lost without (someone or something)

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feel lost without (someone or something)

To feel helpless or unable to function without someone or something. Ever since Mom died, I just feel lost without her. When it comes to repairing things, I usually feel lost without instructional videos. I'd feel lost without my assistant—she's the only one who keeps my crazy life remotely organized.
See also: feel, lost, without

be/feel ˈlost without somebody/something

feel unable to work or live without somebody/something: I left my watch at home and I feel lost without it.I’m completely lost without my diary.
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I do feel lost without him." In their doomed love story, vengeful Eva tricked Aidan into thinking she was pregnant after discovering he was cheating on her.
I still talk to the man abroad every day and feel lost without him.
I still talk to the man abroad every day and feel lost without him. We talk about how much we miss each other and how incredible everything used to be and how much we wish we could be together.
"I feel lost without him. He wasn't just my dad, he was my best friend.
Ian was a tremendous bloke and all the regulars are going to feel lost without him "He was a unique man and the pub was a real reflection of his character."
"I just feel lost without him. It's the not knowing that's doing my head in.
want him to know I miss him and feel lost without him. I loved him very much and we were best friends and went everywhere together.
My husband passed away in May and I feel lost without him. I nursed him through cancer over the last two years and was like his carer rather than his wife.
"I feel lost without him already: his gorgeous face, his beautiful eyes, the smell of his hair and the sound of his voice.
She added: "I feel lost without him already, his gorgeous face; his beautiful eyes; the smell of his hair and the sound of his voice.
I feel unable to go anywhere on my own as I feel lost without him. Is time really a great healer?