16 During the night, somebody had cut the boat loose from its moorings.
17 I got down there all out of breath but loaded up with joy, and sung out: "Set her loose, Jim! we're all right now!" But there warn't no answer, and nobody come out of the wigwam.
18 "Here, Bill! catch hold of this rope - Will the roof bear? - Mind that loose slate - Oh, it's coming down! Heads below!"
19 They saw Robin Hood loose his arrow and fell the king's deer.
20 He wore a loose tunic and looser trousers, homespun and dyed in motley green and brown.
21 I smiled when I saw her, one plait loose and the other still held in place with a ribbon, proof of all the mischief in the school bus.
22 How can they get loose when there's a guard over them, ready to shoot them down if they move a peg?
23 A single thread pulled loose, and the entire scarf started to ravel.
24 It was startling to see the spirit of nationalism resurge as the Soviet Union disintegrated into a loose federation of ethnic and national groups.
25 The main reason people loose all their teeth, become edentate, is tooth decay, not gum disease.
26 The only real fault of the book is its looseness of structure.
27 Please bind fast; it is loosing.
28 He loosed the ropes that bound the prisoner, thus allowing him to jump up and escape.
29 She fastened the belt loosely around her waist.
30 He had lost weight and the suit hung loosely on him.