Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having or not covered with a hood.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unhood.
“They don't use their faces as weapons on their masters," he assured, then gave a demonstration: He unhooded the hawk and set it on his begloved wrist.”
“King like other unhooded KKK members are just telling how they feel while asking minorities for votes.”
“A bunch of very unhooded people in a very unurban part of the country get together in a very community-minded way during the day to put buildings back together again.”
“If you get an erection or, not to leave women out, an unhooded clitoris that doesn't go away after the stimulation stops, it is considered a medical emergency.”
“But if Alfric2s gloom was contagious, Brithelm was thoroughly immune, his musings somewhere far from this road, this part of the country, as he sat benignly and unhooded to the worst the rain had to offer.”
“The lovely assistant of a magician, dressed in the robes of a free woman, but unhooded and unveiled, so probably a slave, appeared to put him in manacles.”
“When unhooded, the boy realized that the man was his father, who doubtless was being intimidated into confessing something upon sight of his brutalized son.”
“Joss unhooded Scar, but then stepped away to the opposite side of the rock, to the lip where it tumbled straight down.”
“For the only man who would have dared to come to close quarters with them, that is to say Tom Faggus, himself was a quarry for the law, if ever it should be unhooded.”
“Suleiman unhooded his bird and pointed her toward the running speck.”
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