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unloose

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈluːs
 
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Definition of unloose in English:

verb

[with object]
Undo; let free: he rushed across to unloose the dog
More example sentences
  • A 5.1-magnitude earthquake triggered the collapse of the mountain's north flank, unloosing the biggest landslide ever recorded and an eruption equal to 500 Hiroshimas.
  • And never for love of our Lord unloosing their lips.
  • GOP officials, meanwhile, have been getting reports of phone calls being made by a person who says he's representing the Bush campaign, and then unlooses a string of swear words.

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