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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of uncurl.


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  • It uncurls in your hand like an autumn leaf but fails to recall your happiness.

    Touching the Ceiling is Touching the Floor, Only from Above

  • “Such dedication can be found in the most unlikely places,” the Pythia uncurls a finger towards the girl, who sighs in relief knowing that this fate is the best she can do.

    Little Girl Dreams

  • The other fist uncurls from its grip on the wheel and flicks a wave.


  • Then, bit by bit, his back uncurls and straightens until all of a sudden there is he, upright, truly a man.

    When Did We Become Mentally Modern?

  • A benign circle of growth uncurls as a widening variety of workers create rising riches for each other.

    The Economic Cost Of Immigration

  • The hibernating skunk, curled up in his deep den, uncurls himself and ventures forth to prowl the wet world for breakfast, dragging his belly in the melting snow.

    Tributes to Aldo Leopold

  • And then you carry her over to her crib and lean your body in as far as it can go, keeping her pressed against you as you lower her down, and you lay her down, and she uncurls her little fists and rolls onto her side and you stay, hunched over, listening to her breathe.

    Another Head Cold, Not My Own | Her Bad Mother

  • The team uncurls a little from the hug, their heads turning toward the screen behind them.


  • When Junior's pipe uncurls, the noise reduction partially erases it!

    Now I Wear Coyote Underwear

  • But to be caught lying, if he understands it, instantly uncurls his fleece.

    Memories and Portraits


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