uncoupled

[ UK /ʌnkˈʌpə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having the coupling undone
    the uncoupled caboose rolled down the incline
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How To Use uncoupled In A Sentence

  • Police particularly want to interview anyone who saw the trailer being uncoupled from the tractor unit or can identify the vehicle which towed it away.
  • Finally, for once the idea of the ‘cutting edge’ has uncoupled itself from the notion that it must be ‘challenging.’
  • the uncoupled caboose rolled down the incline
  • The carriage which included the two compartments in question was uncoupled and side-tracked.
  • Only later did we learn that the towns on the signs indicated where those cars would be uncoupled.
  • The uncoupled coupling swayed slightly back and forth on its slightly rusted hinge.
  • Two wagons had been uncoupled and set up at the far side as back to back dressing rooms.
  • Reading literature and having a damn good time had become quietly but decidedly uncoupled.
  • Our train uncoupled and went choo-chooing along to rescue the stranded passengers.
  • The engine had been uncoupled from the rest of the train.
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