|loosely, weakly, limply||flabbily|
|(about hair, clothing, etc.) wear loosely, let fall in disorder; disarrange, make untidy, mess something up, muss clothes or hair||dishevel|
|act of dangling, cause to hang or swing loosely; act of hanging; keep someone hanging uncertainly; tempt, dangling thing, hang around somebody, hang or cause to hang loosely, offer as inducement||dangle|
|act of drooping, act of sinking, act of declining, sinking; hanging loosely, slack||sagging|
|act of flopping, act of falling heavily; plunk, thud; huge failure (Slang), fail completely, fall heavily, fall with a thud; plunk down; flap back and forth; fail (Slang), heavy dull sound, move limply, sit or lie down heavily, total failure||flop|
|aspic, glass, loosely woven fabric, mousseline sauce||mousseline|
|attach with loose stitches (Sewing); drip fat on meat during cooking; beat, hit, moisten during cooking, scold, sew diagonally, sew loosely||baste|
|attached loosely, changeable, free-moving, fulfilling many functions, multi-purpose; skilled to do many things; changeable; moving freely in different directions (Biology), moving easily between tasks, with many uses||versatile|
|avoid work, in a slack manner; limply, loosely; slowly, sluggishly, lax, loosen, relieve tension or pressure; shirk, evade; become loose; be careless, looseness, looseness; slowdown in activity, lull, deceleration; loose part; (Slang) prostitute, movin...||slack|
|ball which misses the goal (in Cricket); expansive place (Archaic), being a specified distance apart, broad; having the breadth of; spacious; open, extended; far to the left or to the right of a goal; shrewd (Slang), fitting loosely, going beyond detai...||wide|
|be dispirited, hang or bend down limply, hanging down, sagging, sinking, sink; wilt, drop, fall; let sink or drop||droop|
|calmly, coolly, in a controlled manner, with composure; weakly, without strength; not in a courageous manner, cowardly||nervelessly|
|confederating, federation, group of loosely allied states||confederation|
|cover over with fabric, cover with cloth, adorn with drapery; hang or stretch out loosely; arrange in graceful folds, curtain, drapery; manner in which something drapes and hangs in folds, hang in folds, lay something casually, piece of draping fabric,...||drape|
|cry like a baby, whimper like a small child, cry of a baby, cry weakly||mewl|
|cut branch off tree, cut off something, cut off; prune a tree or other plant; remove, eliminate; hang limply, droop, cut-off branch, get rid of somebody or something, hanging loosely, drooping, move awkwardly, something which has been cut off; small br...||lop|
|deviate, disperse, scatter something over an area, sprinkle, disseminate; spread, disperse; be sprinkled, dissipation; diffusing, throwing loosely about; small quantity; (Slang) time slots for television commercials that remain unsold after the initial...||scatter|
|digressive musical passage, event in a narrative, occurrence; one of a group of loosely connected stories (in a literary work, film, play, etc.), part of serialized work, section of Greek tragedy, significant incident||episode|
|droop, lounge in a relaxed way, sprawl, lean or lounge about lazily, recline; hang loosely, droop; allow to hang or droop||loll|
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