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

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Examples

  • Lyla unfastens the top of her bikini and takes it off.

    Whatever Lyla Wants

  • He unfastens my jeans and slowly moves them down my thighs, and he leans forward and begins kissing my legs as he removes my pants.

    Reciprocation

  • He unfastens his belt, then unzips his jeans and pulls his dick out of his blue Polo boxer briefs.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • Beatrice Frish, a white-haired woman with blue eyes and an ear-to-ear smile who wouldn't top five feet even in stilettos, unfastens the white ribbon of the scrapbook and starts flipping through the pages.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Memory Keeper

  • This now-ubiquitous device that fastens and unfastens our pants, dresses, and bags, is a relatively recent invention, as far as the history of fashion goes, and also had more trouble taking off than you might imagine.

    Tove Hermanson: The Secret Sexy Life of Zippers

  • Next, Tom unfastens the life raft from its canister, removes it, and pushes the raft forward toward the cockpit.

    OVERBOARD !

  • He unfastens the hatchway, slides the panels to the side, and climbs the ladder into the cockpit, where he immediately clips his safety tether to a corner pad-eye a metal ring usually used to secure sailing lines.

    OVERBOARD !

  • His stomach flips when she obeys him and he reaches up and unfastens the double hook and eyes holding the bra to her body.

    So Excited!

  • That happens when Wall Street unfastens the cuff links, rolls up their sleeves, and gets in the game

    Andy Stern: Horse-and-Buggy Health Coverage

  • It unfastens the prison bars of unbelief, weakness, impotence, and self-belittlement, and you come into a realization of the joy of overcoming.

    The Master Key System

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