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Tampa Bay’s win in Game 4 was an all-timer — and an all-time gut-punch of a loss for the Dodgers, who had fought hard to stake themselves to a 7-6 lead with two outs in the bottom of the ninth before all hell broke loose.

As temperatures rise and the peaks thaw, rocks that were previously held firmly in place by ice are coming loose.

Basically, if you’re hair didn’t look like the Europeanized image of silky straight tresses or beach-friendly loose waves, it wasn’t beautiful.

If you were loose enough in your understanding of what it means to copy yourself, for instance, then a spreading fire is a self-copying phenomenon.

Inside are 20 loose-leaf papers written in Lee’s grandfather’s hand.

What candidate field can we expect in 2016 in case the moderate wing of the GOP looses out to Obama in 2012?

Frey is best of all the exalted gods in the Æsir's courts: no maid he makes to weep, no wife of man, and from bonds looses all.

But the Demon Rum looses a heated flood of poetry upon her, which I can but vision and not feel.

He binds on earth and it is bound in heaven; he looses on earth and it is loosed in heaven.

The German looses in destroyers may have been equal or greater, but in cruisers they were considerably less.

Caressing them with eye and hand, urging them on with voice and gesture, he looses them upon the scent.


On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to looses, such as: alleviate, break up, deliver, detach, discharge, and disconnect.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.