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loose

1. 
a. (of the bowels) emptying easily, esp excessively; lax
b. (of a cough) accompanied by phlegm, mucus, etc.
2. the loose Rugby the part of play when the forwards close round the ball in a ruck or loose scrum
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Although the petitioners cannot force parliament's final decision, the populist FPOe, which pushed for looser smoking regulations, has started to take notice.
These biographies seem minor when compared to Austen's, yet Looser insists on granting them immortality here.
Eurogroup chairman and Dutch finance minister, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, has rejected calls for looser banking union regulations.
Now the findings by Stanford University in California could trigger advice to switch to looser underwear, a UK professor said.
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Think proportion, balance a looser style with a slim (not tight, slim) top.
Alistair Carmichael, Gordon Brown and everyone else is clambering aboard the train to a looser kind of United Kingdom.
With a DJ and a lyrics screen, it's a bit looser than traditional yoga.
With a looser hair do and pink lipstick, we think the dress actually looked better on Helen than it did on the runway.
Top GOP candidates in Texas have been burnishing their Second Amendment credentials by expressing support for looser gun laws.
Here's a look at some of the looser gun laws that have passed in some states following the shooting deaths of 26 people at the Newtown, Conn.
And the bun has worked its way down from the tight topknot to the nape and become softer and looser.