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baggy hanging in a loose way; puffed out.
baste1 to sew with long, loose stitches. Basting lets one put together the pieces of a garment to see how it fits before the final sewing.
bathrobe a loose garment worn before or after bathing, over pajamas, or for relaxing in the home.
binder a large, sturdy notebook cover that contains a device for holding loose papers.
cloak a long, loose, outer garment without sleeves. [1/3 definitions]
dewlap a loose fold of skin below the neck of cattle, dogs, and certain other animals.
dirt loose earth or soil. [1/2 definitions]
drapery clothing or other cloth that hangs in loose folds. [1/2 definitions]
dungaree (plural) a British word for loose-fitting, heavy trousers with a bib that covers the chest, often worn over clothes for protection from soiling. This meaning of dungarees has a meaning similar to the American word overalls. [1/3 definitions]
flap a thin or flat piece that is attached only at one edge and hangs loose. [1/5 definitions]
floppy hanging or flapping in a loose way. [1/2 definitions]
free to set loose; make free. [1/10 definitions]
fuzz loose, light, fluffy matter such as fibers or hairs.
gauze a thin cloth that one can see through or other material with a loose or open weave. [1/2 definitions]
gown a long, loose piece of clothing, such as a nightgown or the robe worn by a judge or minister. [1/2 definitions]
gravel a loose mixture of small stones, pebbles, and sometimes sand.
hangnail a small, loose piece of skin at the side or bottom of the fingernail.
hopper a bin or container that can be opened from the bottom and that is shaped like a funnel. A hopper is used to store grain, coal, or other loose materials. [1/2 definitions]
loose to set free; let loose. [1/6 definitions]
loosen to make loose; relax. [1/2 definitions]
mandarin a small, somewhat flattened citrus fruit with a loose skin and flesh of yellow to reddish orange; mandarin orange. [1/3 definitions]