untier

NOUN
  1. a person who unfastens or unwraps or opens
    children are talented undoers of their shoelaces
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How To Use untier In A Sentence

  • Tremain's novel is altogether jauntier, more various and energetic than these quotations imply.
  • Remember the jauntier days when that angel of death, Jessica Fletcher, traveled the land and thwarted homicidal maniacs on Murder, She Wrote? TV needs more sleuths of a certain age | EW.com
  • On her head was a jaunty swimming cap no jauntier than herself when she urged the ten minutes in place of five. CHAPTER XIII
  • Yet the tone is jauntier, more direct, as if the speaker feels relieved to have confessed her desperate need for the cheater who has her under his spell.
  • He tilted the hat to a jauntier angle and said, "How ever will the girls keep their legs closed when they see me walking down the street? Rulers of the Darkness
  • What’s more, it’s jauntier, more likeable Keane: piano-led indie pop with a pretty melody and an obvious debt to seventies soft rock. Boo-Boo Album Of The Week: Primal Scream, ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’
  • The sign was jauntier and more optimistic than the building. Vicious Grace
  • Production credits p. c/distr: Kalem Co, p/d: Sidney Olcott, c: George Hollister, sc: Gene Gauntier, scenic dsgn: The Bioscope
  • Eagle Jack adjusted his derby to a jauntier angle. Dead As A Doornail
  • But Canada proved to me that red, orange, and yellow trees look jauntier and brighter where they are set off with a touch of green. Peeping in Peace
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