Definition of Unloose. Meaning of Unloose. Synonyms of Unloose

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Definition of Unloose

Unloose
Unloose Un*loose", v. t. [1st pref. un- (intensive) + loose.] To make loose; to loosen; to set free. --Shak.
Unloose
Unloose Un*loose", v. i. To become unfastened; to lose all connection or union.

Meaning of Unloose from wikipedia

- knot"): Turn him to any cause of policy, The Gordian Knot of it he will unloose, Familiar as his garter — Shakespeare, Henry V, Act 1 Scene 1. 45–47 The...
- made possible by the nexus of the surrounding environment will result in unloosing sickness into the very society we live in. Collective activity cannot...
- Miller [3]: "There will come an age in the far-off years when Ocean shall unloose the bonds of things, when the whole broad earth shall be revealed, when...
- (Leiden), 1979. Accessed 13 Sept 2011. ”[T]he faintest stirrings would unloose a whirling of janissaries and spahis and later on, and perhaps the worst...
- audience without taking its enjoyment into account simply in order to unloose a strange mood and, at the same time, to let his originality sparkle thereby"...
- 1822, closed, "Dear Charlotte, cut the cable, it will take too long to unloose it; cut it, it is a small loss; the wind blows and the ocean is before...
- imitator because it doesn’t just tap into these comedic implications—it unlooses them like a driller would a fount of oil, as its crude but wicked sense...
- the former CIA operative who affirmed claims that waterboarding quickly unloosed the tongues of hard-core terrorists, says he didn't know what he was talking...
- tricks—for thrills, a supernal burst of sound too sweet for a shriek that he unlooses well above his normal falsetto range; for romance, a transported croon...
- blessing, as one who would later say of his cousin "I am not worthy even to unloose his sandals." Saint Anne's hand, her index finger pointing towards the...
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