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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unharness.
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Then, while she secures the cart, he unharnesses the cart horse and leads both animals to the edge of the stream.
The driver unharnesses the horses, I jump out into the water in my felt boots and hold them ....
When we say _it_ thunders, they said Indra thunders; when we say, _it_ rains, they said Par_g_anya pours out his buckets; when we say, _it_ dawns, they said the beautiful Ushas appears like a dancer, displaying her splendor; when we say; _it_ grows dark, they said Sûrya unharnesses his steeds.
Twice every week, he comes into the city in a strange vehicle, drawn by two fine Lombardy ponies, and unharnesses them in the very centre of the square.