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unloose

[ uhn-loos ]
/ ʌnˈlus /
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verb (used with object), un·loosed, un·loos·ing.
to loosen or relax (the grasp, hold, fingers, etc.).
to let loose or set free; free from restraint.
to undo or untie (a fastening, knot, etc.); unfasten.
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Origin of unloose

1325–75; Middle English unloosen;see un-2, loose
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British Dictionary definitions for unloose

unloose

unloosen

/ (ʌnˈluːs) /

verb (tr)
to set free; release
to loosen or relax (a hold, grip, etc)
to unfasten or untie
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