unstrain

VERB
  1. cause to feel relaxed
    A hot bath always relaxes me
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How To Use unstrain In A Sentence

  • The absolute winner is the Elsa Schraeder of Jan, whose unstrained professionalism turns an unsympathetic secondary part into the show's single star turn.
  • The bond angles in cyclohexane are 109.5 degrees, the regular unstrained tetrahedral angle.
  • ‘Mother’ dispels the pall with a burst of wistfully playful pop, while ‘For Sheriff Allison’ trades in affected age for unstrained, deceptively simple folk.
  • A tension is created that causes the coiling, intercalating network of matrix molecules to partially uncoil and straighten, restricting polymer motion and causing a more uniform conformation than in the unstrained matrix.
  • She begged again, words more filled with pure, unstrained emotion than he had ever seen in a person before.
  • Although they had not seen each other for years, they had instantly been returned to an unstrained intimacy, as unexpected as it was welcome. Helen Simpson | Cockfosters
  • To the received doctrine of our natural depravedness and disability to any thing that is good; yea, by evident unstrained consequence, overthrowing that fundamental article of original sin: yea, (5.) The Death of Death in the Death of Christ
  • All this in a country where many walk barefoot in winter, but their unstrained smiles reveal no discomfort.
  • Trust to the unstrained quality of mercy possessed by Christian young women in the year 1914 who will vote some day if ever they grow up and do not marry foreigners. CHAPTER III
  • It's just that the 640i doesn't have the turbo-V8's brightness, its decadent bellow, its sense of unstrained overcapacity. BMW 640i: For the All-Business Person
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