Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unhitch.
  • adj. Unattached.
  • adj. Unmarried; single.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • An 'I fed Wilhelm's horses eighteen years an' more -- hitched 'em up an 'unhitched 'em -- went on trips summer an' winter.

    The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann Volume II

  • They were about taking it to pieces, and had already "unhitched"

    Popular Adventure Tales

  • They have "unhitched" the mules, led them out to the edge of the copse, and are standing by the stirrup, ready to remount, when an object catches the quick eye of the ex-Ranger, causing him to utter a sharp ejaculation.

    The Lone Ranche

  • They were about taking it to pieces, and had already "unhitched" Marengo from it, when Basil, who had walked to the other side of the rocky jumble, cried back to them to desist.

    The Young Voyageurs Boy Hunters in the North

  • "unhitched," and went away on their own business; it was the wives you accosted, as they sat in the middle, with their knees drawn up and their skirts tucked close, vigilant in rusty bonnets, if you wished to buy.

    The Imperialist

  • The cable group may now choose to hold off doing a deal, waiting to see whether T-Mobile stays unhitched.

    Sprint Remains in Wireless Race

  • So we unhitched her horse and backed down by hand.

    FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR

  • The door beeped and the bolt unhitched with a sound so wonderful, it almost made me orgasm.

    My Fair Succubi

  • He unhitched Wolf Fang from her sled, put him at the head of Harrington's team, and mushed the string of animals into the Yukon trail.

    A DAUGHTER OF THE AURORA

  • Unlike most leaders, who, when camp was made and the dogs were unhitched, huddled near to the gods for protection,

    The Enemy of His Kind

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