from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to undo or untwist plaited hair; to unbraid
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To unfold; explain.
- To undo the plaits of; unbraid: as, to unplait hair.
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After lighting a sandalwood incense stick, Jacey began to unplait her hair.
She began to unplait the braid in which she had slept.
Practiced fingers removed the little blue pony-tail holder and began to unplait my braid.
Her hair was very wet, and she began deliberately to take it down and unplait it.
He raised his hands and began to unplait his long pigtail, which, like his "blind" eye, was camouflage -- a false queue attached to his own hair, which he wore but slightly longer than some
Come, come, get on your dressing-gown and unplait your hair.
"I won't have it like that!" declared Zoie, and she shook herself free from Aggie's unwelcome attentions and proceeded to unplait the hateful pigtail.
The women of Egypt and Nubia wear their hair so to this day, and unplait it, I am sorry to say, not oftener than once in every eight or ten weeks.
"No, my dear child," said she, smoothing my hair, which I'd begun to unplait.
When everything was arranged, Connie went into a little room to put on once again her dark-blue dress, and to unplait her thick hair and allow it to fall over her shoulders.
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