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  1. Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
    This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel
  2. Not held or packaged together
    You can buy apples in a pack, but they are cheaper loose
  3. Not bound or tethered or leashed
    The dog is loose again
  4. Not fitting closely
    I wear loose clothes when it is hot
  5. Not compact
    It is difficult walking on loose gravel
  6. relaxed
    She danced with a loose flowing movement
  7. indiscreet
    Loose talk costs lives
  8. promiscuous
    She is a loose woman

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