from The Century Dictionary.
- Not braced, in any sense.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective without braces or props
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Then the members themselves will become -- that could be unbraced.
A deer was said to be broken, a cony unlaced, a pheasant, partridge, or quail winged, a pigeon or a woodcock thighed, a plover minced, a mallard unbraced.
His trousers were unbraced, and he shuffled in with a pair of slippers, which would hardly cling to his feet.
He found Lord Sussex dressed, but unbraced, and lying on his couch, and was shocked at the alteration disease had made in his person.
Calandrino standing unbraced and ungirded, strugling and wallowing, like a man quite out of breath: after a little pausing, Bruno thus spake.
He unbraced successively each of six minus one braced trouser buttons, arranged in pairs, of which one incomplete.
Her shoulder had been unbraced, and she had Tavara's permission to exercise it gently.
Hugo, sitting unbraced, lost his balance and fell off.
Gaheris, guessing where he had been, called out some pleasantry, and Colles, with a coarse laugh, pointed out that his clothes were still unbraced.
Lance was somewhere repairing damages and cleaning up, where unsecured items had smashed into walls, or unbraced chairs made wreckage of themselves.