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PrinceAlbert

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[h=3]lose[TABLE="class: ts"]
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  1. Be deprived of or cease to have or retain (something): "I've lost my appetite".
  2. Cause (someone) to fail to gain or retain (something): "you lost me my appointment at the university".
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loose[TABLE="class: ts"]
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[TD]Adjective:[/TD]
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[TD]Not firmly or tightly fixed in place; detached or able to be detached: "a loose tooth".[/TD]
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[TD]Set free; release: "the hounds have been loosed".[/TD]
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[TD]Synonyms:[/TD]
[TD]adjective. lax - slack - free
verb. release - loosen - untie - unfasten - unbind - undo






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FORMER_FYRDMAN

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#9
There's no noun that can't be verbed.
 
#13
English lessons from a Welshman!?!?

The jocks will be trying to teach us football next.
 
#14
English lessons from a Welshman!?!?

The jocks will be trying to teach us football next.
It worked for Alex Ferguson.

If it's been sent from my HTC Sensation using Tapatalk then I'm probably pissed.
 

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