cut loose[ loos ]SEE DEFINITION OF cut loose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUT LOOSE
In the simpler phrasing of Uncle Peter Bines, he will "cut loose."
But you thought the girl had cut loose from you, and it hurt you.
Take a sip of water, Mike, like a reg'lar one, and cut loose.
But something had come over him since he cut loose from the old life.
Modern man has cut loose from leading-strings; he stands on his own feet.
He stuck until we were over the rough of it, and then he cut loose.
He had cut loose from the Mudge household, as he trusted, forever.
I can't stand slatterns, and you must cut loose from her once for all.
The man in Asunción isn't dead—he's been seen—but he's cut loose.
You're rather a dangerous officer to cut loose in a navy like yours.