What is the opposite of tightly?

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Adverb
Opposite of in a manner that is firm or secure
“The happy child clung loosely to her mother while being surrounded by her other family members.”
Adverb
Opposite of in a forceful or powerful manner
Adverb
Opposite of in an unwavering or steadfast manner
“The senator began having doubts and would only hold loosely to his once core principles.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for physically unyielding, taut or stiff
“I know I've lost weight because my pants are getting loose around my belly.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for constructed so as to prevent the passage of water, air, etc.
“She left her lunch container open, and the smell would permeate through the office.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for causing difficulty, problems or trouble
“I am looking forward to a relaxed and comfortable day at the spa.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for having strict rules or conditions
“She is quite the party animal, and her parents are very liberal with her curfew.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for cramped and allowing very little room for movement
“The spacious and opulent bathroom was decked out with exquisite fittings.”
Adverb
(of clothes or shoes) Opposite of adverb for close-fitting, especially uncomfortably so
“At night, I prefer to wear clothes which are loose and comfortable.”
Adverb
(of a game or contest) Opposite of adverb for with evenly matched competitors (as per the score or result)
“It's not worth watching the game when the contest is so uneven.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for on close or friendly terms
“Cody became distant after moving overseas for work.”
Adverb
(of a written work or form) Opposite of adverb for concise, condensed, or well structured
“He won't be receptive to feedback if you are too verbose.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for miserly in nature
“He was so spendthrift, often wasting his cash on eggs and avocado.”
Adverb
Opposite of adverb for allowing only the minimum time or money for doing something
“Armed with an ample budget, the government would invest heavily in transport and infrastructure.”
Adverb
(slang) Opposite of adverb for extraordinarily great or special
“Frankly, your new haircut is awful!”
Adverb
(informal) Opposite of adverb for under the influence of alcohol
“We need you to be sober tonight to drive us home.”
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