noun lo·sel \ˈlō-zəl\

Definition of LOSEL

:  a worthless person

Origin of LOSEL

Middle English, from losen (past participle of lesen to lose), alteration of loren — more at lorn
First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with LOSEL


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