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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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Data showing Britain's services sector recorded its weakest growth in more than two years last month also supported stocks, with the benign outlook for inflation seen by investors as a sign that monetary policy will stay loose.
"I'm going to stay loose, spending some more time with my family and keep it open.
Stokesley's trip to Brandon was called off due to a waterlogged pitch but they will stay loose in a rearranged home friendly against Redcar Athletic tonight (kick-off 7.30pm).
"The dollar has already weakened because of fiscal tension and expectation that monetary policy may stay loose a while longer, but the magnitude of the weakening has not been of a scale that would lead to a large rise in inflation.
"Coach was telling me all game to stay loose in case I needed to pitch," said Reynolds, who needed just five pitches to retire Holy Name's Nos.
This curler will ensure that no two curls are ever the same and that they stay loose and wavy.
The president of sales, distribution and sports for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., will need to stay loose in the coming months.
I believe it's important to sway if you're gay, if only for today, seduce and stay loose and remember that the best things in life are usually kept secret.
The conditions are always tricky and shifty here, and all of our races have been a bit touch and go but we've managed to stay loose and to roll with the punches.
An umpire told him that, given his preparation, all Williams needed to accomplish this feat was to "stay loose."