[ UK /ʌnfˈɑːsən/ ]
VERB
  1. become undone or untied
    The shoelaces unfastened
  2. cause to become undone
    unfasten your belt
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How To Use unfasten In A Sentence

  • She shakily unfastened her seat belt and opened the car door.
  • With a silent sigh to himself, he unfastened the helmet and removed it altogether.
  • Ripping off her Englishness and casting it aside was as easy as unfastening the collar of her dress.
  • Or you can pull over, put the vehicle in park, unfasten your belt, stick your head between the front seats, and grope for a spell.
  • On returning to her townhouse, I unfasten the eyehook at the top of her gown and release the zipper. The Nervous Breakdown
  • Jack unfastened the lock and shoved the door open, much to Vaun's horror.
  • To carry you over from shore to shore_, "repeated the boat; and when the little boy had unfastened it, he sprang in, and began to row himself over the dark water. Mother Stories
  • She slipped off her shoes and turned a little away from him to unfasten her jeans. PROSECUTOR
  • If the patch unfastens, it becomes a loose body in the knee and requires surgical removal.
  • Keeping his eyes on the open glade, he carefully unfastened the packsack and slipped out the revolver.
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