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


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  • Because if the LDP unhooks these triggers from emotional eating, it becomes possible to deal with the triggers with behaviors other than emotional eating, such as talking to friends, listening to music, exercising, reading a book, or any activity one truly enjoys.

    Morty Lefkoe: Boy, was I wrong in my last eating blog post!

  • She unhooks his wires from the network, swings them up over his neck and ties them into a loose bow.


  • Patience unhooks the latch and pushes back the stall door, and as she does she notices his eyes upon her.

    Second Chance

  • Rather than answer, Crowe unhooks himself and walks out, saying, "I don't get the Irish thing by the way."

    Russell Crowe Walks Out Of BBC Interview, Swearing

  • He pushes Tom to the net, unhooks the tether on the harness that has kept him with his friend for so long, and finds an opening in the net.


  • As soon as A.J. hits the water he unhooks and swims toward the sailboat with every ounce of strength.


  • He unhooks his belt and yanks the leather strap through each of the loops.

    Smile for the Camera

  • The old lady unhooks herself from a machine that looks like two scuba tanks hung on a wheeled rack, and she pats the couch and says a bunch of words to me in Russian.

    Memory Wall

  • The nurse with the bowling-ball breasts comes back and unhooks the IV from my arm.

    Blood Men

  • He reaches under my shirt and unhooks my bra, squeezes my breasts with calloused hands.

    Better than Chocolate


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