uncoiled

[ US /ˌənˈkɔɪɫd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkˈɔ‍ɪld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. no longer coiled
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How To Use uncoiled In A Sentence

  • He uncoiled the hose and gave them a thorough drenching.
  • Although no equatorial sections were recovered, the present specimens exhibit a likely involute initial stage followed by biserial, uncoiled later stage in which chambers are more flattened.
  • The space starts out thick and heavy, wide and dark, growing thinner and transparent until enough space has uncoiled and the space, thin as spaghetti and light as organdy ribbon, turns to white smoke and is gone, absorbed into the blue of the sky. A Cool Dry Place PART 1
  • And as I looked down at the fatigued carbon fibre and the twisted titanium, a tiny spring uncoiled itself with a metallic hiss and one of the Locum's knees jerked, the gartered leg extending itself towards me in one final reflex action.
  • Taxa within the group are variously unilocular or multilocular, spherical, tubular or uniserial, and coiled or uncoiled.
  • The huge snake uncoiled itself.
  • A passing comma butterfly floated into view and settled on a yellow ragwort inflorescence, shuffled around until its outspread wings were angled perfectly to absorb the sun's rays and then uncoiled its tongue to feed. Country Diary: Durham city
  • He uncoiled the rope.
  • Rudely awoken, the snake uncoiled and whipped into the undergrowth.
  • About six inches in front of her was a massive snake uncoiled and ready to strike.
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