Antonyms for looses

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


He looses his moral courage just as he comes to hate books and languages.

It is sweet in the Arabic language but it looses its beauty when translated into other languages.

Looses curb-chain skilfully, and pats horse on nose and throttle.

But that burning of the image kills her and looses the man from her spell.

As you get opposite the door, she looses her hold upon them, and then commences the chase.

This favourite beverage opens the heart and looses the tongue.

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

It is the Word of God, that still remits and retains, that binds and looses.

Tom looses the dogs and sends them ranging to pick up a scent.

The dollar binds and looses, it raises the ignorant to the chief offices in the community.