Antonyms for loosed

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Life, that had loosed its hold on him for a time, had found him again.

But the shock to her feelings had loosed the good woman's vocabulary.

Peter slammed its door to, crushing them so that he loosed his grip, with a howl.

An aide arrived with an order to Hertford, and then he loosed his eager cavalry.

It's the wail of a lost spirit, loosed temporarily from the horrors of purgatory.

The instant the door broke, Robin and Marian loosed their arrows.

I swear the arrow was as good as any that hath been loosed this day.

Then she loosed a pen-knife with a blade as thin as paper from her silken girdle.

“Good-night, Adelaide,” I said, inaudibly; and she loosed my hand.

The ship had just loosed her moorings, and was gliding out to sea.