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

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Examples

  • Billy asked in surprised delight, then began unlacing his own.

    CHAPTER VI

  • Mrs. Lange took a few steps toward us, lacing her fingers together, then unlacing, lacing, then unlacing.

    Ominous

  • His gaze was riveted to her deft fingers unlacing that leather vest.

    Dreams of a Dark Warrior

  • The Los Angeles-based footwear brand Creative Recreation makes a shoe that, with a little unzipping and unlacing, goes from high-top to low-top.

    Action Figures

  • But at eleven that night, sitting on the edge of his bunk and unlacing his moccasins, a thought came to him.

    Chapter IX

  • As he told Michael, back in the room, while Kwaque was unlacing his shoes:

    CHAPTER XVII

  • Now I had but one fear, namely, that they would unlace me; so that it must be understood that my reply was not uttered in braggadocio but was meant to forestall any possible unlacing.

    Chapter 11

  • Jim asked, pausing and looking up from the unlacing of his shoe.

    JUST MEAT

  •    Which, it turns out now as X awakes on the soaking grass in Central Park, thunder rolling through the earth beneath him, rain leaning and unlacing itself down upon the green in lush curtains, will have to wait awhile longer for him.

    Hotel Chelsea - Intercut 7

  • Yawning mightily, Thomas turned toward his own cabin, unlacing his shirt.

    Much Ado About Marriage

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