unlace

[ UK /ʌnlˈe‍ɪs/ ]
VERB
  1. undo the ties of
    They untied the prisoner
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How To Use unlace In A Sentence

  • As we drove, Congolese soldiers — ostensibly separating a patchwork of rebel and militia camps — limped by in unlaced boots, rifles slapping against their backs. As Go the Hippos …
  • Nick carefully unlaced his boots, afraid that they might fall apart if he handled them too roughly. THE WHITE DOVE
  • He unbuckled his sword belt, then unlaced his jerkin and began to slip it over his head.
  • She slowly unlaced her boots and pulled them off to stretch her feet.
  • I've got a rock in my shoe,’ grumbled Alice, kneeling to unlace her boot and extract the offending pebble.
  • She turned her back to him, ‘Would you unlace my dress?’
  • unlaced behavior in the neighborhood pub
  • I try to show that corsets are back-lacing, and they have to be completely unlaced to take them off," she says. How to Undress a Victorian Lady in Your Next Historical Romance
  • He throws his jacket onto the pile of Stuart's clothes and unlaces his shoes.
  • As Sandy bent over to unlace her running shoes Olivia screeched at her, ‘Are you listening?’
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