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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unknit.
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But they are examples -- closely and no doubt intentionally juxtaposed -- in two different kinds, both of them exceptionally difficult and dangerous: the story of more or less ordinary life, with only a few suggestions of anything else, which resolves itself into horrible tragedy; and the story, again of ordinary life, with a tragic suggestion in the middle, which unknits itself into pure comedy at the end.
I ■ ■ unknits the joints, and (inews racks, Thorn, i: 266