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  • v. Present participle of unkink.

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Examples

  • I tried unkinking the hose and poking at it in various ways, up to and including a complete disassembly, but still it would only hum when plugged in.

    Liveblogging Mars (updated)

  • She could almost feel the muscles in her back unkinking.

    Aching for Always

  • Right away I could feel my body relaxing, my stoop unkinking itself.

    Middlesex

  • Brander's face untwists a little, the knots of flesh and eyebrow unkinking just a bit around those featureless white eyes, and Fischer can almost see that face wearing something other than rage.

    Starfish

  • It was an intimate, enigmatic image, canceled all at once when Adele rolled away from the dog and rose to her knees, lifted her arms and stretched as high as she could, unkinking her back.

    Incubus

  • Now Tweeter saw why the sleep approach wouldn't have worked: the cloak was just unkinking from a tight wrap, and the button on the side was just coming into sight.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • The table’s screen began powering up as Mr. Cushing put down his briefcase and relaxed into his chair, unkinking his neck with a quick jerk of his head.

    Brokers « A Fly in Amber

  • Goldsman have deftly rearranged some elements of the plot (I'm going to be careful here not to spoil anything), unkinking a few over-elaborate twists and introducing others that keep the action moving along. "

    GreenCine Daily

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