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  • v. Present participle of unglue.

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Examples

  • I am ungluing myself for now but in the spirit of all things thrifty and frugal have posted some financial advice for the barren that could be equally as entertaining to the Congress.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • While all the others candidates are frantically running around like chickens with their heads cut off, worrying about money reporting deadlines, straw polls and the ungluing of the primary calendar, Bloomberg is off to undisclosed locations, living the life, waiting until the spirit moves him.

    Sue Casey: President Bloomberg

  • This campaign will save lives and not just lifestyles, and by ungluing cellphones from the sides of drivers' heads we can benefit all cyclists, not just messengers.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The figure stopped, raised his diminutive eyes, waited a little, and ungluing his lips at last, brought out in a rather hoarse falsetto, ‘Dimitri Sanin?’

    The Torrents of Spring

  • Our experience of time on the Web, its ungluing and regluing of threads, may be less an artefact of the Web than the Web's enabling our interest to find its own rhythm.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • I'd known she was tired, but I hadn't expected this absolute ungluing.

    Highways in Hiding

  • There one treads dubiously upon a ferryboat in the fog and brume of dawn, ungluing eyelids in the bleak dividing pressure of the river breeze.

    Pipefuls

  • Emma Jane had enjoyed considerable experience of this kind, and Rebecca had succeeded in unstopping her ears, ungluing her eyes, and loosening her tongue, so that she could "play the game" after a fashion.

    Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

  • Perhaps he did not, for his attention, like mine, was startled by seeing the false mustache of Monsieur d'Espeuilles ungluing and threatening to drop into his mouth.

    In the Courts of Memory, 1858 1875; from Contemporary Letters

  • The figure stopped, raised his diminutive eyes, waited a little, and ungluing his lips at last, brought out in a rather hoarse falsetto,

    The Torrents of Spring

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