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