In loose cultures, only 49% were.
Fagles uses a loose five-beat line.
So are the rules too loose, or are they too tight?
Corsair’s Void Pro was comically loose on smaller heads.
I scrabbled over the painted boulders and the loose, eroding shale.
They’re also hoping supermarkets will start selling more produce loose.
Anita set out to see if loose products in the supermarket were the answer.
His loose, loose and looser-still approach to landscape...
She was standing with her back to me and the strings of her apron dangled loose.
Obviously, loose groups aren’t destined to disappear from the face of the earth.
Look for dental problems, loose teeth, sore mouth or loose dentures.
Smock, also called chemise, loose, shirtlike garment worn by women in the European Middle Ages under their gowns.
But while some people learn to live with it, others find it very difficult, and some resort to surgery to have the loose skin removed.
The loose powder format allows you to build as you go along, and the colour matched our tester’s medium-brown skin tone perfectly, providing a matte finish.
Two types of loose housing are used: loose housing on permanent litter and loose housing in free stalls, either under a clear-span roof or under a narrow lean-to roof.
Well, sure, I guess having all hell break loose is inspiring to political cartoonists, but I can’t help feeling that all hell’s been breaking loose pretty much all the time for a while now.
Fast and loose, to play FAST AND LOOSE with a man, is to treat him as a fast friend in the days while he is useful, and to cast him loose when he is no longer necessary; also, to equivocate or vacillate.
The Principia is peculiar in this regard, for a list of its achievements without mentioning their loose ends overstates what it accomplished, but a list of its loose ends risks understating its extraordinary achievements.
Leicester's Ellis Genge will surely be England head coach Eddie Jones' first-choice loose-head and a string of starts would give the 25-year-old the chance to show he has what it takes to dominate a strong Springbok scrum as well as cause havoc in the loose.
Depending on the bedded areas, four types can be distinguished: loose housing on permanent litter—for example, straw, corncob, sawdust; loose housing in free stalls or cubicles; loose housing on slatted floors; and loose housing on sloped concrete.
- grant freedom to; free from confinement
- (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player
Example: a loose ball
- not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
Example: loose gravel
- without restraint
Example: cows in India are running loose
- turn loose or free from restraint
Example: let loose mines
- not officially recognized or controlled
- not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
Example: loose clothing
- not literal
Example: a loose interpretation of what she had been told
- make loose or looser
Example: loosen the tension on a rope
- not affixed
Example: the stamp came loose
- emptying easily or excessively
Example: loose bowels
- become loose or looser or less tight
Example: The noose loosened
- not tense or taut
Example: the old man's skin hung loose and grey
- (of textures) full of small openings or gaps
- lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility
- not carefully arranged in a package
Example: a box of loose nails
- having escaped, especially from confinement
- casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
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