unknot

[ UK /ʌnnˈɒt/ ]
VERB
  1. become or cause to become undone by separating the fibers or threads of
    unravel the thread
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How To Use unknot In A Sentence

  • Tammy waited another minute or two before gathering the strength to unknot her weary limbs and roll herself over. COLDHEART CANYON
  • ‘Fine,’ I laughed and began unknotting my coat, making sure to keep my red knit hat on tightly, covering my entire bun.
  • People try to visit the neighbourhood doctor or unknot their eyelashes on their own.
  • Giasone's dissipation was signaled by his unknotted tuxedo tie; the Argo was a modern speedboat; Isifile had a pink minidress with a Jackie Kennedy pillbox hat; the Golden Fleece was a big, shaggy coat; and Delfa's outfit was channeling Dame Edna. On a Tattered Shoestring
  • She smoothed her palms over her head, then unknotted her dress and rolled her shoulders back, letting the clothes slide to her ankles.
  • Are you trying to solve a particular question like whether this piece of string which is put together in a particular way can be unknotted?
  • Sweaty by the time I reached the top, I had to unknot my scarves and unzip my parka.
  • She unknotted her belt and slipped off her robe.
  • She reaches up, unbuttons and sweeps the suit jacket off of his shoulders, coming back to unknot his tie and unbutton his shirt, peeling that off of him, and literally ripping his t-shirt off of him.
  • This was all a conspiracy against me," the 47-year-old Monib told The Associated Press, unknotting and reknotting a flowered silk scarf around her face in her office at Khurasan girls school. undefined
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