She wore a white gown, and her hair was loosely gathered in a knot.
She had found him already in the boat, which was loosely chained to a stone.
Tie it loosely in muslin, and simmer in the milk for three-quarters of an hour; then strain.
She did not press it; she held it loosely, as it were timidly, caressingly.
Her hands lay on her lap motionless, one in the other loosely clasped.
To his fellow-poet, Erasmus writes as a poet, loosely and with some affectation.
His bridle reins and rifle were loosely held in his bandaged right.
Then he can bandage it loosely, and wait for Nature or a surgeon.
They were by now at the end of what might, loosely, be called their wits.
We are all bleached almost white; my uniform hangs about me loosely.