from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Slang Less successful or losing more often than any others of its kind: "help turn around one of the network's losingest nights of the week” ( Washington Post).

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  • adj. The most losing; who has lost most games, votes, etc.


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From losing +‎ -est.


  • Farewell from Detroit, home of the Lions, "losingest" team ever in the NFL! Today's Latest Headlines

  • But the Clippers franchise isn't even the worst on our list of America's "losingest" teams. News

  • His overall record of 38-58 includes the two losingest seasons in school history.

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  • As high-school misfit Bliss meets and all-too-quickly joins up with the losingest team on the roller derby circuit, she finds a new group of friends and a community that she finally fits into, even if it is populated by thirtysomethings Kristen Wiig (playing Maggie Mayhem, the actual stage name of Cross) and Drew Barrymore (as the always-late and accident-prone Smashley Simpson).

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  • He was the losingest player of the 2000s, which he spent primarily with the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles, appearing in 776 losses.

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  • LOS ANGELES (AP) - The losingest team in pro sports history was soaked in champagne and whooping it up Wednesday night.

  • It was another in a long line of lackluster games for the Kings, who have the NBA's worst record (12-47) and are on track to have their losingest season in franchise history.

  • “At some level Sterling must be content being the losingest NBA owner ever,” said superagent David Falk.

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  • Left in limbo by a two-day storm, the losingest team in pro sports seesawed to its first championship since 1980.

  • His message is all over the map, he has completely abandoned the experience argument, he's undercut his credibility and integrity by running a slimy, dishonest campaign, and his play to win over disenfranchised Hillary voters by picking Palin will, I think, prove to be one of the losingest political gambles in history.

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