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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.
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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THE 'man bag' is quite an accepted 'thing' these days, it's become such a necessity that most of us 'metro-men' would be lost without one
They are great for allsorts of things, and at this time of the year in the UK you would be lost without one
I'm lost without one
of them and literally lost without the other
But if you plan to visit make sure you get a map first - or pick one up from the Tourist Information Centre at the Central train station - as it's very easy to get lost without one
Thrilled Carlos said: "I'd be lost without one
- this is just what I wanted.
Unfortunately, those going overseas typically end up feeling lost without one
central point of medical contact.
They were kind of lost without one
another at that point, but just seeing one another helped them both get on.