let loose let loose

Definition(s):

  1. (v) express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words)
  2. (v) turn loose or free from restraint

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. After six admirable but unadorable records, this trio of very earnest, very intense women from the Northwest decided to let loose their inner Led Zeppelin.
  2. Like the roadster, the Karma S is powered by a plug-in electric drive system that stores power from a wall socket before its unplugged from the grid and let loose on the open road.
  3. When he entered the packed drawing room where the first conference was held 14 months ago, he immediately let loose a few choice expletives about the hot TV lights.

News

  1. New rules likely to win OK for Va. fox pens

    Tighter regulations governing fenced preserves where hounds are let loose on foxes are expected to win approval by state wildlife regulators.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: WTOP Radio Washington, DC

  2. State panel to vote today on fox-penning regulations

    Tighter regulations governing fenced preserves where hounds are let loose on foxes are expected to win approval by state wildlife regulators.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Richmond Times-Dispatch

  3. International Response to NSA: WTF, America?

    In a relatively scathing op-ed, a high-ranking government official let loose on the National Security Agency's data-mining program: "The more a society monitors, controls, and observes its citizens, the less free it is." Like many politicians who find themselves talking the security-privacy trade-off, she cited Benjamin Franklin. The thing is, the author isn't American. She's the German Justice ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: National Journal via Yahoo! News

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