unstrap

[ UK /ʌnstɹˈæp/ ]
VERB
  1. remove the strap or straps from
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How To Use unstrap In A Sentence

  • When the air hostess gave her a tray full of different kinds of food, she was taught how to unstrap the tiny table. GWENDOLEN
  • Dann nods, then unstraps himself from the pilot's seat.
  • I felt a mixture of emotions as I proceeded to unstrap my assortment of protective clothing and equipment.
  • ‘I don't think I can get up,’ she giggled, trying to unstrap her skates so that she could have better footing.
  • She unstrapped herself from her chair and stood, making sure the safeties on her guns were off.
  • She hurriedly unstrapped her saddle, removed the saddlebags, and practically threw the whole thing over the fence.
  • You slide off the side of the kayak, unstrap your equipment and put it all on in the water.
  • Finally he regained enough presence of mind to unstrap himself. Gideon’s war
  • The one called Reginald, when once he set to work, quickly got the harness unstrapped. Owen Hartley; or, Ups and Downs A Tale of Land and Sea
  • One fatal industrial accident at the port of Port-of-Spain last year, for instance, occurred when a worker unstrapped himself from his harness, then fell through a roof to his death.
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