Simple Definition of unloose
: to untie or release (something)
: to allow or cause (something powerful) to happen or be expressed
Full Definition of unloose
1 : to relax the strain of <unloose a grip>
2 : to release from or as if from restraints : set free
3 : to loosen the ties of <unloose traditional social bonds>
Examples of unloose in a sentence
He unloosed the bonds that held her.
<the familiar scent unloosed a flood of pleasant memories from her childhood>
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Rhymes with unloose
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