Free from moral restraint; immoral, unchaste. (adjective)
Not being in the possession of any competing team during a game. (adjective)
The release of an arrow. (noun)
A state of laxity or indulgence; unrestrained freedom, abandonment. (noun)
begin shooting; release your arrows (interjection)
Common misspelling of lose. (verb)
Examples of word loose
There were loose ends, but there always are; that's why you have the phrase loose ends.
"I hate to use the word loose cannon, but he is," she said "It distresses me that Newt is pulling ahead, because I don't think he's electable at all."
(B) loose-slippings: never saw or heard it; the term loose chippings refers to gravel or crushed stone that has not yet been bonded into fresh asphalt in a road repair.
In Poland, he sought to convey lessons from those experiences to urge finance ministers from the 17-nation euro zone to speak with one voice and halt what he called "loose talk about dismantling the institutions of the euro."
Also Wednesday, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates warned against what he called "loose talk" about the ease of establishing a no-fly zone.