What is the opposite of lost?

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Adjective
Opposite of unable to be found
“My mother told me that my cell phone was now found.”
Adjective
Opposite of unable to find one's way
“We followed the track closely to ensure that we still had our bearings.”
Adjective
(of time or an opportunity) Opposite of not used advantageously
“This was a current once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that was right before him, and he was determined to take it.”
Adjective
Opposite of of a bygone era
“The prime minister believed that contemporary values were needed for the success of the nation.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been destroyed permanently
“The environmentalist was heartened at the increase in preserved natural habitats due to her campaigning.”
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Opposite of beyond all hope
“He is a receptive kid, so trying to get him to stop drinking fizzy drinks is a promising cause.”
Adjective
Opposite of significant in the degree of hopelessness
“Will Hunting believed it was all his fault, but his therapist Sean assured him that he was redeemable.”
Adjective
(lost to) Opposite of hardened beyond sensibility or recovery
“He was an individual who was highly sensitive to being empathetic to those in need.”
Adjective
Opposite of deeply immersed in thought or an activity
“He remained alert and was fully aware of his surroundings.”
Adjective
Opposite of filled with confusion or bewilderment
“Dave felt enlightened while listening to Jordan's philosophical opinions on sociological issues.”
Adjective
Opposite of having passed away
“I am happy to tell you that your grandmother is still alive and well.”
Adjective
Opposite of facing certain defeat, disaster, or death
Adjective
Opposite of lacking ideas or inspiration
Adjective
Opposite of of which knowledge has been lost
Adjective
(deep in, of a state or activity) Opposite of fully absorbed or involved in
“My mind wandered, and I was completely unfocused on the issues being discussed.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been or happened in the distant past
Adjective
Opposite of pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely
Adjective
Opposite of without purpose, direction, or guidance
Adjective
Opposite of certain to suffer death, failure, or a similarly negative outcome
Adjective
Opposite of having lost one's direction
Adjective
Opposite of under a curse
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of ruined by a disastrous or devastating setback or reverse
Adjective
Opposite of confused or perplexed
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of unable to think clearly or understand
Adjective
Opposite of unable to be retracted or reversed
Adjective
Opposite of deep in thought
Adjective
Opposite of useless or having no chance of success
Verb
Opposite of to have been unable to find something or someone
“Tim found his keys in between all the clutter that had piled up on his desk.”
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Opposite of to have been unable to find something or someone
“The leprechaun discovered a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.”
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Opposite of to have inadvertently dropped or left something or someone behind
“I held on to my headphones to ensure that I would not lose them as I disembarked the train.”
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Opposite of to have inadvertently dropped or left something or someone behind
“Thankfully, we recovered our luggage when it was located by the airline.”
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(of a game or contest) Opposite of to have failed to win
“He won against his opponent, a fitting finale to the hard work and training he had put in over the last few months.”
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Opposite of to have ceased to retain something
“Over the course of several years, Stacey accumulated a lot of money through some very prudent investments.”
Verb
Opposite of to have caused (someone) to be unable to pursue one any longer
“Justin Bieber jumped into his limousine but the engine failed and he now faced his horde of screaming fans instead.”
Verb
Opposite of to have wandered or gone astray from
“We followed the trail closely during our hike so as not to get lost.”
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(lost oneself) Opposite of to have lost one's sense of direction
“By using a compass, we found our bearings again.”
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(of time or an opportunity) Opposite of to have failed to take advantage of
“He eagerly took this opportunity that would only come around once in a lifetime.”
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Opposite of to have involved or engaged in deeply
“He ignored the music as it was not really his thing.”
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(informal) Opposite of to have gotten rid off
“Your overall outfit was horrible, but I'm glad you kept the shoes as they looked decent.”
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Opposite of without hope of recovery
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Opposite of to be under an obligation to give something back to someone or to perform some action for someone
Verb
Opposite of on the ocean or sea, typically of a ship or person aboard a ship
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