unhook

[ US /ənˈhʊk/ ]
[ UK /ʌnhˈʊk/ ]
VERB
  1. take off a hook
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How To Use unhook In A Sentence

  • Now, in "Working with You Is Killing Me", readers learn how to "unhook" from these emotional pitfalls and gain valuable strategies for confronting workplace conflicts in a healthy, productive way. Humour
  • (there is no arguing when the details are so specific); the barble is "a Fish that will not meddle with the baite untill with her taile she have unhooked it from the hooke. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIX No 2
  • He unhooks the bike frame and ties it tightly to his backpack, then doubles its rope round the wires and knots it tight.
  • I went into the hangar and unhooked the hooks from the crate and hooked them to the next crate.
  • Walking over to the side, I unhooked the girth and slid the saddle off, putting it on the outer fence.
  • I undid my waist belt and slid off my pack, unhooked myself from the sled, unclipped my harness from the rope, unclipped the rope from the ascenders, unsnapped both feet from my skis, and walked back down the glacier.
  • Realising it was a big fish, I made a mark of its length on the rod then quickly unhooked the fish then released it back to the water.
  • So I just unhooked it from the computer and hooked it into the fax machine.
  • The point isn't to improve your thoughts and feelings, or stamp out negative ones, so much as to "unhook" from them; to stop being a puppet they jerk around. This column will change your life: Power to the people… or not
  • At first I thought he was unhooking them from a line he'd placed in the water but then saw that he'd strung a nylon net clear across the stream.
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