- v. present participle of unhitch.
“The victorious passengers, seeing that the smashed up carriage could be of no further use to them, quickly conceived the idea of unhitching and attempting further pursuit on horseback.”
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“My guess is that none of your political parties have yet discovered the short-term benefits of unhitching their rhetoric from reality.”
“It's all right," she greeted him, coming out to the barn where he was unhitching a tired but fractious colt.”
“I wailed, quickly unhitching my skirts, concealing my beautiful petticoat.”
“SHANGHAI -- China kept the yuan's exchange rate unchanged against the dollar Monday, surprising markets after announcing over the weekend it was unhitching its de facto peg.”
“They were still there, unhitching the horse and getting ready to go home for the day.”
“I remember him unhitching the mules and placing me up on one behind the yoke.”
“Once he had the wagon to the side, he started unhitching the team.”
“I spent the early part of my life unhitching myself from the traditions of my community and wanting to be in a city and smoke dope.”
“I like the dress, he said, unhitching himself from the wall.”
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