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Example sentences for on the loose

Here you can find a large assortment of example sentences for the word on the loose, or in other words sentences that can help you learn how to use on the loose in a sentence. Learning how to use a word in a sentences can be very helpful, for example when it comes to learning how to use the word in a sentence, in which context the word can be used as well as to learn the true meaning of the word "on the loose".

On the loose in a sentence

Here below you will find several sentences that illustrate how to use the word on the loose in a sentence.


  1. They considered it "the earliest recorded example of an exotic cat on the loose in the UK".


  2. Could there be a copycat killer on the loose, or did "Crazy Wolf" have something up his sleeve?


Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_lynx, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Crime_Hunters

Synonyms for on the loose

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General information about "on the loose" example sentences

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