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- v. To take out stitches
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To open by picking out stitches; to take out, or undo, the stitches of.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To undo by picking out stitches; rip.
Lloyds shares plunge 30% amid fears EU will force bank to 'unstitch'
Lloyds shares plunge 29% amid fears EU will force bank to 'unstitch'
New Caprica was a bold move to unstitch formulating dynamics and give the character inter-relationships a bold new direction.
With all the horrors that he has witnessed in Africa and elsewhere, he says "the world can be saved by small daily acts of compassion" and that sometimes "a simple act from a complete stranger can unstitch your heart."
A political solution would begin to unstitch the fabric of constitutional democracy.
One cruel jailer even insisted that she unstitch by hand the royalist fleurs de lys embroidered on her chamber's wall-hangings.
Tall, dark and handsome identical twenty-five-year-old twins, as it turned out, with those giant brown liquid-center Italian eyes that just unstitch me.
When baby gets bigger, unstitch the growth tucks for up to an extra inch and a half in length.
I had to unstitch the adjoining pieces and inset replacement material.
Hubert, who had just taken away the side pieces of wood, that he might unstitch the banner from the frame, was about folding it up carefully.
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