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- adj. Not fastened
- v. Past participle of unfasten
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. affording unobstructed entrance and exit; not shut or closed
- adj. not closed or secured
- adj. not tied
- adj. not buttoned
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As he spoke, he unfastened from the leathern strap that went across his shoulders a small tin box, and, opening it for a moment, let Siegfried peep at a bright carmine-coloured mass of something within.
The 56-year-old supermodel unfastened her falsies to enjoy her food, explaining to the gossip column, I was so excited talking to my friend that I put my teeth in my napkin, and then I couldn't find them!
Betty writes, He climbed down into the nose of the airplane, unfastened the opening and stood up, his clothes almost blowing off.
She unfastened her seat belt and knelt on the seat, facing me, to buckle me into my restraint.
He unfastened the garment, let it drop to her feet, then sucked in a breath at her uncovered face.
And Man and Woman unfastened their belts following the repast.
Cutter unfastened the last electrodes and catheters, and staggered to his feet.
Ridge already had his shirt half unbuttoned, so she unfastened the last few and eased one arm out of the shirt sleeve.
She held his look for a long, defiant moment, then kicked off her shoes, unfastened her skirt, and let it fall to the ground.
Adway lightly unfastened his holster in precaution, trying to remain as calm as he could.
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