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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of uncollar.
  • adj. Not collared; without a collar.


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  • She, Joker and another member of the team clambered over the collapsed western wall of the store into the alcohol section, Joker unleashed and uncollared.

    In Joplin, Joker, Brick and Noggin Join the Search

  • Huge dragons slithered ashore roaring and snapping, obliterating Beholders and unicorns—collared and uncollared alike.

    Fatal Circle

  • A woman collared is quite different from a woman uncollared.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • Their own habits seemed like those of a stray, the unclaimed, uncollared mutt trotting purposefully through parking lots or along sidewalks, city savvy, jauntily dodging danger, its only objective the next meal or drink, a place to lie down.

    Some Fun

  • Already irritating rumors buzzed of an uncollared marath'damane among her servants.

    Knife of Dreams

  • Some take their airings in carriages and drink from purple jars; others are unkempt and uncollared and pick up a living in the gutter.

    Flush: a biography

  • AFTER leaving a part of me nameless and uncollared.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • There is one thing I have always questioned and have gotten noclear answers to: What is accepted behavior for an uncollared, unowned slave in public?

    Come Hither

  • If they were wild humans, uncollared, then they certainly must fear the elves.


  • The overseers don't actually know which kids have the wizard-powers, so they rounded up every uncollared child in the area and they're going to be testing them tomorrow.

    The Elvenbane


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