not lost

See: extant
References in classic literature ?
The three peas were however put into the cabinet of curiosities, where they are still to be seen, provided they are not lost.
No woman was eligible for membership who had not lost near relatives at the hands of the Oligarchy.
Felton was indeed behind the door, and had not lost one word of this scene.
Without appearing to have heard the dialogue, of which she had not lost a word, she began again, giving to her voice all the charm, all the power, all the seduction the demon had bestowed upon it:
In spite of eighty years, Norine's grandfather--le grand, as they say up there--had not lost a hair: beautiful white locks fell over his shoulders--crisp, thick, outspread.
Towards the end of a hard life, faithful to their mountain ideal, they have not lost their dignity, though in a comparatively sordid medium: [132]
The road was completely covered with drifting snow, and only the stakes showed that they had not lost their way.
The ship is lost or not lost. Once stranded, you have to do your best by her.
"Never mind, all this is not lost yet; there is some good in this perpetual imprisonment; Rosa will be there, and also my three bulbs of the black tulip are there."
All is not lost; the unconquerable Will, And study of revenge, immortal hate, And courage never to submit or yield: And what is else not to be overcome?
We came home gently, and Jerry's first words were, as we came into the yard, "Well, Polly, I have not lost my Sunday after all, for the birds were singing hymns in every bush, and I joined in the service; and as for Jack, he was like a young colt."
She explained that she had not lost her way, but that she was trying to find a convenient dry nesting-place.