- turn loose or free from restraint;
"let loose mines"
"Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"
- express audibly; utter sounds (not necessarily words);
"She let out a big heavy sigh"
"He uttered strange sounds that nobody could understand"
it's far too easy to let loose in the thrill of the moment.
the cabin looked as if a maniac had been let loose there.
having already demonstrated a maturity beyond her years, the movie allows lawrence to let loose and have a little fun while still maintaining a dramatic integrity.
they let loose this second replicator and began the process of memetic evolution in which memes competed to be selected by humans to be copied again.
catherine told her husband that someday she was going to let loose and tell him what she thought of him.
now with dodge, you can start abusing your mongoose bite, or even better, if you parry, you can let loose your almighty counterattack.
we humans have let loose something extraordinary on our planet - a third replicator - the consequences of which are unpredictable and possibly dangerous.
the low black skies let loose on us and we became soaked to the skin.
people are only let loose on the system once they have received sufficient training.
now he and his men want to take over the museum and let loose an underworld army.
it is rather the most disturbing element in civilization, the most profoundly revolutionary thing which has ever been let loose in the world.
has the dog been let loose is it still tired up?
i feel like a little kid who has been let loose in a sweet shop.
a bunch of idiots was let loose on a nuclear power station.
she has all the glee of a little girl let loose in a sweetie shop.
when the time comes, let loose a tiger and a devil; but wait for the time with the tiger and the devil chained- not shown-yet always ready.