- v grant freedom to; free from confinement
- v loosen the ties of
unloose your sneakers
- The oil millionaires have yet to unloose their purse strings for the Democratic campaign chest (Nixon publicly promised to preserve their 27% oil-depletion allowance).
- There was little doubt that the Red Army was ready to unloose the flood all along the Stettin-Dresden front.
- C, Elliott and Ruth Nugent, best recalled for Kempy, tell another of their artless histories and in the telling unloose a moderate amount of laughter.