I’ve never made any comments on these forums, but I read them a lot, and this bugs me. I’m no english scholar, but the word loose has a different meaning than the word lose.
- free or released from attachment (example: a loose end)
- free from anything that binds or restrains: unfettered (example: loose cats prowling around in alleyways at night)
3.not bound together (example: to wear one’s hair loose)
- to come to be without(something) in one’s care or possession, through accident, theft, etc…
- to fail to retain (something) in such a way that it cannot be immediately recovered. (example: that guy caught a miracle card on the river and made me lose all my chips)
- to suffer the deprivation of (example: to lose one’s chips, to lose one’s job, to lose one’s life).
I know this is silly, but I’ve seen other people comment on it from time to time, so I know it bugs other people too. Just thought it might be funny to see what other people have to say on the subject.