unstuck

[ US /ənˈstək/ ]
[ UK /ʌnstˈʌk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. thrown into a state of disorganization or incoherence
    price programs became unstuck because little grain was available
  2. free
    a man with a mule got my car unstuck
    the gears locked in second and would not come unstuck
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How To Use unstuck In A Sentence

  • We're here, we're isolated; we were all chosen because, among other things, we were quite incapable of forming permanent emotional attachments and capable of any alliances we liked without going unbal~ anced when the attraction died and the aliance came unstuck. Cities In Flight
  • When Richard finally came unstuck over the company in Grasse, the fallout would affect Tim as well. YELLOW BIRD
  • AFAIC, mini series like this can remain unstuck in tie, just like its previous chapter JLA Avengers is. Annotations for Trinity issue #50 | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • We've oiled the lock, unstuck the door, cleared the vault of leaves and swept the place.
  • If the manager is undermined in any way, the arrangement is likely to come unstuck. Times, Sunday Times
  • I unstuck a Jaffa Cake from my left cheek and wriggled into a pair of jeans.
  • The only possible way I could have seen England coming unstuck would have been if they had allowed complacency to creep in. The Sun
  • Rushden are low on confidence but we've come unstuck in games like this in the past. Times, Sunday Times
  • Inexperience in dealing with the wilier mandarins of the civil service has also seen more than a few promising careers come unstuck.
  • A bit too ambitious, that lad, he'd like to see me come unstuck.
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