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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unhook.

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Examples

  • The uber-capable captain unhooked and set him free so fast I couldn't even get a photo.

    The Reason Lake Chapala Pelicans are so Fat

  • Newman unhooked from the jungle penetrator and stayed on the ground by himself.

    Lloyd, Allen R.

  • So were his ankles, and at the same time he felt the pistols dragged out of his belt and his sword unhooked and taken away.

    In the King's Name The Cruise of the "Kestrel"

  • Human beings must become "unhooked," as he puts it, from physical and emotional attachments to feel liberated and receive enlightenment.

    The Buddhist Channel

  • Apart from its unique design, the building has a low impact on the environment because, when the Expo finishes, this floating exhibition space can be "unhooked" and sailed away to its next location.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • Here's what I "unhooked" from the canceled credit card:

    Mighty Bargain Hunter

  • 'unhooked' and Cypress Hill themselves, the festival will also serve as a platform for Cypress

    Bossip.com

  • With the rear shocks unhooked at the top, use the jack to lift the ATV up until the rear tires are just off the ground.

    Get The Lift You Need To Survive In The Mud!

  • Begrudgingly, Billy Bob Pulled to the side of the road, unhooked the little trailer and watched it disappear in the rear view mirror as they continued their journey.

    The Creepy Crapshack Story Contest

  • He gestured for Zane to lean in, and with a spoken word, the collar unhooked and fell to the ground.

    My Fair Succubi

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