Loose

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Loose

Loose is slang for relaxed, nonchalant.
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Loose

Loose is slang for relaxed, nonchalant.
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loose

[adj] - not tense or taut 2. [adj] - (of textures) full of small openings or gaps 3. [adj] - not fixed firmly or tightly 4. [adj] - not carefully arranged in a package 5. [adj] - not tight 6. [adj] - freely producing mucus 7. [adj] - not restrained or confined or attached 8. [adj] - (of a ball in sport) not in the...
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Loose

To let go of the bowstring at full draw, ideally by relaxation of the fingers holding the bow string.
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Loose

Loose (lōs) adjective [ Compar. Looser ; superl. Loosest .] [ Middle English loos , lous , laus , Icelandic lauss ; akin to OD. loos , D. los, Anglo-Saxon le├ís false, deceitful, German
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Loose

Loose noun 1. Freedom from restraint. [ Obsolete] Prior. 2. A letting go; discharge. B. Jonson. To give a loose , to give freedom. « Vent all its griefs, and give a loose to sorrow.» Addison.
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Loose

Loose (lōs) v. noun [ imperfect & past participle Loosed (lōst); present participle & verbal noun Loosing .] [ From Loose , adjective ] 1. To untie or unbind; to free from any fasteni...
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Loose

Loose intransitive verb To set sail. [ Obsolete] Acts xiii. 13.
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loose

1. Unbound; untied; unsewed; not attached, fastened, fixed, or confined; as, the loose sheets of a book. 'Her hair, nor loose, nor tied in formal plat.' (Shak) ... 2. Free from constraint or obligation; not bound by duty, habit, etc.; with from or of. 'Now I stand Loose of my vow; but who knows Cato's thoughts ?' (Addison) ... 3. Not tight or close...
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loose

open adjective (of textures) full of small openings or gaps; `an open texture`; `a loose weave`
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loose

slack adjective not tense or taut; `the old man`s skin hung loose and grey`; `slack and wrinkled skin`; `slack sails`; `a slack rope`
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loose

adjective freely producing mucus; `a loose phlegmy cough`
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loose

adjective not carefully arranged in a package; `a box of loose nails`
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loose

adjective not bound or fastened or gathered together; `loose pages`; `loose papers`
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loose

adjective (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player; `a loose ball`
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loose

adjective not fixed firmly or tightly; `the bolts became loose over time`; `a loose chair leg`; `loose bricks`
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loose

free adverb without restraint; `cows in India are running loose`
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Loose

• (superl.) Unconnected; rambling. • (n.) A letting go; discharge. • (superl.) Not strict in matters of morality; not rigid according to some standard of right. • (superl.) Lax; not costive; having lax bowels. • (a.) To relax; to loosen; to make less strict. • (v. i.) To set sail. • (n.) Freedom from restraint. &b...
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Loose

[Therapy? song] `Loose` is a song by Therapy? and a single released on 17 July 1995 on A&M Records. The song is featured on the Infernal Love album. The single reached number 25 on the UK Singles Chart, and number 23 on the Irish Singles Chart. A digipak single was released two weeks later on 31 July 1995, reaching number 141 on the UK Sing...
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Loose

[The Stooges song] `Loose` is the second song on rock group The Stooges` second album, Fun House. Iggy Pop repeats a vocal, `I`ll stick it, deep inside`. An alternate version of the song used this line to refer to a penis. On 1970: The Complete Fun House Sessions, there are 22 takes of this song. On one, a voice can be heard suggesting sarc...
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loose

To release
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loose

A player who calls bets with weak hands or when he doesn't have the odds to justify it. The opposite of tight.
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Loose

Slot machines with a high payoff. Slang.
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loose

Refers to the condition of a book; the text block is coming loose from the binding at the hinges.
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