Loste in a sentence

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How to use loste in a sentence. Loste pronunciation.

In 1780 the Head Master was the Rev. C. L’Oste; he was also Rector of Langton by Horncastle, and a good scholar.
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No result, however, is recorded, and Mr. L’Oste retained office until his death in 1818.
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The Rev. John Bainbridge Smith, D.D., had entered on his duties April 10, 1818, succeeding Mr. L’Oste.
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This was afterwards occupied (1790–1800) by Mrs. L’Oste, widow of a former Rector of Langton.
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Lord, Rev. Thomas, centenarian, 82, 89–90. L’Oste, Rev. S., Rector of Langton, 93. Lovell, Sir Thomas, Knt., 202. Lysurs, Alice de, 207.
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Examples of Loste

Example #1
In that year the Head Master’s stipend is not specified, but two years later it was £235, with capitation fees amounting to £251 odd.
Example #2
In 1786 the income of the school rose to £529; the highest point which it seems ever to have attained was £877, in 1854.
Example #3
The Governors gave notice of a trial at the assizes.
Example #4
The year 1854 marked the close of the career of the most remarkable Head Master who ever ruled the school.
Example #5
Coming to the post as an entirely unknown man, of comparatively humble origin, but of great energy, he soon acquired a leading position in the town and neighbourhood; becoming Rector of Martin, Rector of Sotby, and Vicar of Baumber.