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    Loose Rules

    I have a question about some antonym. Is a "loose rules" the opposite of "strict rules"?

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    Re: Loose Rules

    No. We might speak of lax rules.Welcome to the forum, raddie.

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    Re: Loose Rules

    "Loose rules" would be acceptable in AmE.

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