unstoppered

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of a container) having the stopper removed
    whiskey spilled from the unstoppered bottle
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How To Use unstoppered In A Sentence

  • whiskey spilled from the unstoppered bottle
  • She ignored the tension of his frame as she carefully unstoppered a water bottle and brought it to his lips.
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  • He unstoppered the flask and poured a minute amount into a glass standing by the bedside, then added pure water.
  • The fey queen took it, and when she unstoppered the bottle, a scent as of honey, beautiful as dew on roses, filled the airy chamber.
  • He pulled a bottle from his robes and unstoppered it, passing the opening under his nose for a few seconds.
  • No, she reassured herself, there's nothing in God's law or the emperor's that requires me to perpetuate a sham marriage, an unstoppered vessel from which the perfume has evaporated.
  • She unstoppered it and to her surprise it was full.
  • He unstoppered the bottle, and froze, as the fumes from it hit him.
  • He could feel the clammy touch of water or mud soaking through his trousers as he held the bowl between his knees and unstoppered the flask.
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