unloose

Part of speech: verb

To release or be released from fastenings; unfasten.

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Usage examples "unloose":

  1. The water relieved the pain, and I could feel the thongs give a little, but it was only a little; they had been tied too carefully and well to render it possible to unloose them. - "On the Pampas", G. A. Henty.
  2. This the good knight saw, so he besought her courteously to unloose his hands, that they might get them from the wood. - "French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France", Marie de France.
  3. He knew what that scream would unloose upon them. - "The Gray Mask", Wadsworth Camp.