What is another word for cut loose?

Pronunciation: [kˈʌt lˈuːs] (IPA)

Cut loose is a phrasal verb that means to release or let go. There are many synonyms for cut loose, each with a slightly different connotation. If you want to express the idea of releasing someone or something, you could use the words unleash, unbridle, or emancipate. To indicate a sudden or abrupt release, you might choose the words break free, burst forth, or spring out. If you want to suggest a more gradual unwind, you could try the words ease up, unwind, or loosen up. Whether you're writing an essay or giving a speech, having a varied vocabulary can make your expressions more lively and engaging.

What are the hypernyms for Cut loose?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Cut loose

  • They transfer the prison, and all of a sudden all this money cuts loose, all these people cut loose.
    Janis Karpinski
  • I really enjoy the consolation when I'm having to cut loose stuff I love, of saying 'Well, at least it will make it onto DVD.' There's a couple of scenes which I liked very much, but couldn't fit them into the film that are on there.
    Jay Roach
  • The great stoic Seneca repeatedly urged his fellow Romans to retire in order to “find themselves,” as we might put it. In the Renaissance, as in ancient Rome, it was part of the well-managed life. You had your period of civic business, then you withdrew to discover what life was really about and to being the long process of preparing for death. Montaigne developed reservations about the second part of this, but there is no doubt about his interest in contemplating life. He wrote: “Let us cut loose from all the ties that bind us to others; let us win from ourselves the power to live really alone and to live that way at our ease.”
    Sarah Bakewell
  • This is a story of a period between two World Wars — an interim in which insanity cut loose. Liberty took a nose dive, and humanity was kicked around somewhat.
    Charlie Chaplin

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