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(To be) at a loss


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The meaning of the phrase 'to be at a loss' is puzzled or unable to decide.

Sample Usage

1. Seeing the large snake, all were at a loss and didn't know what to do.

2. The naughty boy was at a loss to see his teacher standing before him.

3. I was totally at a loss to see the progress report of my son.


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