loosed

Loosed vs Loosey - What's the difference?

loosed | loosey |


As a verb loosed

is (loose).

As a noun loosey is

(us|slang) a single cigarette, sold individually (“loose”).

Noosed vs Loosed - What's the difference?

noosed | loosed |


As verbs the difference between noosed and loosed

is that noosed is (noose) while loosed is (loose).

As an adjective noosed

is (of rope) having a noose.

Loosed vs Looses - What's the difference?

loosed | looses |


As verbs the difference between loosed and looses

is that loosed is (loose) while looses is (loose).

Loosed vs Looped - What's the difference?

loosed | looped |


As verbs the difference between loosed and looped

is that loosed is (loose) while looped is (loop).

As an adjective looped is

having loops.

Loosen vs Loosed - What's the difference?

loosen | loosed |


As verbs the difference between loosen and loosed

is that loosen is to make loose while loosed is (loose).

Loosed vs Doosed - What's the difference?

loosed | doosed |


As a verb loosed

is (loose).

As an adverb doosed is

(degree|dated).

Looked vs Loosed - What's the difference?

looked | loosed |


As verbs the difference between looked and loosed

is that looked is (look) while loosed is (loose).

Loose vs Loosed - What's the difference?

loose | loosed |


As verbs the difference between loose and loosed

is that loose is to let loose, to free from restraints or loose can be while loosed is (loose).

As an adjective loose

is not fixed in place tightly or firmly.

As a noun loose

is (archery) the release of an arrow.

As an interjection loose

is (archery) begin shooting; release your arrows.

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