uncase

VERB
  1. get undressed
    please don't undress in front of everybody!
    She strips in front of strangers every night for a living
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How To Use uncase In A Sentence

  • As fate would have it, I now give the order to case the colors," Gen. Austin said, referring to a long-established military ritual in which regiments "uncase" their identifying colors when arriving for deployments, and "case" them when they pack up to leave. U.S. Closes Its Mission on Uncertain Note
  • I uncased my old S & W 19 and holding it around the frame with my left hand began seating it in the web of my right hand.
  • Brandark's finery had astounded everyone, and some of those who'd prudently withdrawn from his vicinity had been lured back when he uncased his balalaika and began strumming.
  • With the arrival of the VIPs, a 21-gun royal salute was delivered by Type 23 frigate HMS Norfolk, and after the Queen inspected the Guard of Honour and the Royal Marines Band, the new Colour was marched on, uncased and placed on a drum pile.
  • I uncased my guitar, hit a chord, and struck up an old and somehow appropriate Gerry Rafferty song - ‘Here I am stuck in the middle with you…’
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