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  • verb Present participle of unloose.

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Examples

  • Marriage is looked upon as primarily a civil contract, and, subject to certain conditions and to a proper provision for children, is dissoluble at the will of both contracting parties, the divorce, or 'unloosing', being formally and ceremoniously accomplished by going through certain portions of the marriage ceremony backwards.

    Allan Quatermain

  • A famously difficult knot around the yoke of an ancient wagon was undone here in 333 by Alexander, some say by unloosing and others by slashing through it with his sword.

    Alexander the Great

  • I pushed open the front door, unloosing a flurry of bells.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • I pushed open the front door, unloosing a flurry of bells.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • I pushed open the front door, unloosing a flurry of bells.

    Dark Secrets 2: No Time to Die the Deep End of Fear

  • A famously difficult knot around the yoke of an ancient wagon was undone here in 333 by Alexander, some say by unloosing and others by slashing through it with his sword.

    Alexander the Great

  • A famously difficult knot around the yoke of an ancient wagon was undone here in 333 by Alexander, some say by unloosing and others by slashing through it with his sword.

    Alexander the Great

  • One night a slightly worse for wear Bob Howland staggered into the dormitory and knocked over the jars, unloosing the captives in the dark.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • Not when the stories suddenly begin repeating themselves, or lingering just a tad too much on little girls in their underthings, or unloosing mega-tonnage of political verbiage.

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  • One night a slightly worse for wear Bob Howland staggered into the dormitory and knocked over the jars, unloosing the captives in the dark.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

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