unpin

[ UK /ʌnpˈɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. remove the pins from; unfasten the pins of
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How To Use unpin In A Sentence

  • She raised her arms to unpin her hair and he saw the heavy weight of it fall down her back. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • Seeing flesh and blood actors bring these characters to life ... they're all even more frustratingly complex and unpindownable. FlickFilosopher.com
  • With this book, the unpindownable Cory commences what I suspect will be a successful 92nd career as a YA author. beware of the savage claw
  • I was trying to unpin the corsage without bringing attention to it. SOMEBODY
  • After instructing one of the maids to fetch him a comfortable chair for him to stay the night in, he unpinned Ral's hair and let it down to cascade about the pillow and her shoulders.
  • At the finish of the fourth a wide old dame in the middle row unpins a cluster of orchids from her belt and aims 'em enthusiastic at the stage. Torchy, Private Sec.
  • Then the flood surge swept the house off'n it's foundations, the house, unpinned collapsed in upon itself, the man fell into the swirling waterborne wreckage, where unable to swim, he drowned in short order. Tom McIntyre Explains His Picks for our 2009 Hunting and Fishing Heroes and Villians Face-Off
  • I dropped Fanny's petticoat that I had been unpinning from the clothesline and ran inside after my sister.
  • I was trying to unpin the corsage without bringing attention to it. SOMEBODY
  • I'm almost surprised Nichols didn't put black-framed horn rims on her so that he could have a scene where she takes them off and unpins her hair and shakes it loose to reveal that she's the most gorgeous woman in Charlie's life. Blogging Charlie Wilson's War: The movie, again, because a couple of things are still bugging me
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