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Field ice is a term usually applied to frozen sea water floating in much looser form than pack ice.
Pushing through the looser edge of pack for a couple of hours we saw the loom of the ice-tongue to the southward.
Fair progress was made through the ice, which became looser as we advanced to the south.
Her black hair was looser now than either of them had ever seen it before, and surrounded her brow like a forest.
In a looser sense, any town which has a considerable distributive trade is called an entrept.
A few men made holes in the looser earth, and so we fired at each other through the bank here and there.
Charity was coaxing Ricky's tight fashionable curls into a looser arrangement and tying a green ribbon about them.
RALESTONE LUCKANDRE NORTON
He had noticed that the earth was a little looser there, though he says it had not been disturbed for a number of years.
WANDERING GHOSTSF. MARION CRAWFORD
Once again he felt the thongs strain and strain; then, when he ceased, he imagined they were still looser.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
Liquor was imbibed on the sly; some eyes were beginning to swim perceptibly, and some tongues to wag faster and looser than ever.
SUMMER CRUISING IN THE SOUTH SEASCHARLES WARREN STODDARD

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