1. untie or unfasten
    unbind the feet of this poor woman
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How To Use unbind In A Sentence

  • But it is worthwhile teasing this apart a little, unbinding the different aspects of rhetorics lumped together in one component and separating out the semiotic layering (i.e. the use of metaphor and metonym) stuck in with the second. On the Sublime
  • For the system is master: like God it can bind or unbind energies; what it is incapable of (and what it can no longer avoid) is reversibility.
  • Second, the successive rupture of these multiple contacts during protein detachment slows the unbinding velocity.
  • Some people are already masters of saying ‘no’ to themselves and would do much better to foster soul-traits that will help them loosen up and unbind themselves.
  • She managed to unbind Benovito and the two escaped, a trail of blood marking their path out of Seattle.
  • I'm wondering if there is a tool in existence that will "unbind" objects, and strip out all the (XREFNAMEHERE$) layername All Discussion Groups: Message List - root
  • I cannot unbind you, but I can let you see.
  • And I cannot unbind the pages without destroying the History, which I will not do.
  • And the standers-by, in unbinding him, would handle him, and see him, that it was he himself, and so be witnesses of the miracle. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
  • Try utmost in breaking through unbind certain sacrifice as business worthwhile.
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