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- adj. Of a gate, etc, not latched, or that has been unlatched.
- v. Present participle of unlatch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not firmly fastened or secured
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Raymond Day, 52, one of members of the Michigan family, testified that Bryant and Montgomery then returned to the room with a hotel employee, and Day said he unlatched the door.
Raymond Day, 52, one of the members of the Michigan family, testified that Bryant and Montgomery then returned to the room with a hotel employee, and Day said he unlatched the door.
I leave it unlatched though I am always supposed to make sure it is closed.
No, it was a local police officer, the “beat cop” for our neighborhood, who, on seeing my unlatched door, entered to make sure everything (including me) was okay.
Quail wiped his hands on a clean page of the Shopper and rose and unlatched the little window.
When unlatched, the ring expands and can easily be removed from the cake and/or the cake base.
Tom Fry unlatched the nearest boat and swung her out to launch.
Of mission architecture, when they had entered through the unlatched screen door they found decoration and furniture of the same mission style.
Brydon unlatched it and stared at the contents in amazement for a moment.
If you listened closely, you could hear the wind shaking the trees, the creaking of unlatched fences.
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