Webster 1913 Edition
In a loose manner.
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Not fast; not firmly; that may be easily disengaged; as things loosely tied or connected.
Her golden locks for haste were loosely shed about her ears.
3.Without union or connection.
Part loosely wing the region.
4.Irregularly; not with the usual restraints.
A bishop living loosely, was charged that his conversation was not according to the apostle's lives.
5.Negligently; carelessly; heedlessly; as a mind loosely employed.
A prince should not be so loosely studied, as to remember so weak a composition.
7.Wantonly; dissolutely; unchastely.