loose[ loos ]SEE DEFINITION OF loose
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOOSE
Their outburst of melody is like a brook let loose from wintry chains.
And yet it was a coward's blow, and one to stir the blood and loose the tongue of the most peaceful.
As might be expected in a first essay, the drawing is now over-minute, now too loose.
He won eighty dollars, and thrust it loose in his trousers pocket.
The loose, flowing robe of her daily wear is of classic grace and dignity.
He struck the horse over the flank with the loose end of the halter rein.
"He stepped on a loose stone and turned his foot," Halson explained.
Whose windows, he demanded, were safe when, a fellow like that was let loose on the town?
He remained behind, and paid the cabman out of his own loose silver.
Being captain of the forecastle, I knew where to find it, and throw it loose at a jerk.