loop

Part of speech: verb

To fasten by a loop; form into or make loops.

Part of speech: noun

A doubling, as of a string, to form an eye; noose; curve.

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Usage examples "loop":

  1. I've got a longer head than you have, because I've kept it clear, and hate of a man never will get my neck in the loop. - "Dixie Hart", Will N. Harben.
  2. She did not think to put her foot in the loop of the rope to aid her in this work. - "Carolyn of the Corners", Ruth Belmore Endicott.
  3. He made sure that Bud had the loop in his hand, then slipped back past his horse and went on, walking more quickly. - "Cow-Country", B. M. Bower.