Loosely [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Loosely:

Instead of carrying several loose adapters around, you can get them all in one convenient package.

They are loose networks and coalitions of many actors and groups.

Most of the undergraduate student body was scattered to various corners of the earth and at loose ends for the two weeks before virtual learning would begin.

Most multimillionaires are paying about as much attention to loose $20s as you do dimes.

The city’s remodel would later explode in scope and helped shake loose the asbestos that triggered the attention of the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District.

The group left the meeting with a loose plan to advocate for more funding — not manage a pandemic.

This summer Ornes, like many parents, found himself with children at loose ends.

Whether a star forms in a tight, rowdy cluster or a loose association can influence its future prospects.

Hydrochloric acid, which is thus loosely combined with proteids, is called "combined" hydrochloric acid.

Her very pale gold hair, parted and drawn loosely back over the ears, casts a faint shadow on her pure, white skin.