on the loose

ADJECTIVE
  1. having escaped, especially from confinement
    searching for two escaped prisoners
    criminals on the loose in the neighborhood
    a convict still at large
    dogs loose on the streets
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How To Use on the loose In A Sentence

  • His rear wheel spun on the loose stones .
  • Three prisoners are still on the loose.
  • A series of unsolved murders on the island has raised fears that a psychopathic serial killer is on the loose.
  • Scott Evans Dekraai was arrested just a half mile from Salon Meritage in Seal Beach 5 dead in two homes in Indiana, cops fear killer is on the loose Ex-Blackwater security guards charged with murder of Afghans: report California hair salon was identified as an enraged ex-husband Thursday morning. NY Daily News
  • Residents in Lynchburg, Virginia managed to catch a steer that escaped Tuesday, luring the animal in with a bucket of food. Two others are still on the loose.
  • On the Loose Expeditions' two luxury yurts are in a secluded corner of a 150-acre working organic farm in Vermont's Green Mountains.
  • Up to a thousand prisoners may be on the loose inside the jail.
  • Alan Quinlan overran the ball but Dowling was there to pounce on the loose ball and claim the try.
  • We shouldn't fiddle-faddle around with the Samurai-Cons on the loose.
  • And even one dragon on the loose, unsubdued, returned to its full intelligence, its full fury, could spell disaster for the Empire. Archive 2009-03-01
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