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unloose (v.)

mid-14c., "relax;" late 14c., "to set free," from un- (2), used here emphatically, + loose (v.). Old English had unliesan "unloose, set free." Related: Unloosed; unloosing.

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Definitions of unloose from WordNet

unloose (v.)
grant freedom to; free from confinement;
Synonyms: free / liberate / release / unloosen / loose
unloose (v.)
loosen the ties of;
unloose your sneakers
Synonyms: unloosen
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