Which sentence uses the words loose and lose correctly? Did you lose your loose tooth yet? The rope was so lose around the calf’s neck, it looked like the rancher was going to loose it. The circus animals were on the lose, and it looked like the clowns were going to loose their minds.

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Which sentence uses the words loose and lose correctly? Did you lose your loose tooth yet? The rope was so lose around the calf’s neck, it looked like the rancher was going to loose it. The circus animals were on the lose, and it looked like the clowns were going to loose their minds.

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a and b
Loose - opposite of tight Lose - to not win Does that help any?
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*throws another shoe at sammixboo*
Also, lose can be you to forget something somwhere and you lost it
You should explain why it may be A and B, so the user understands :)

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