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  • v. To unfold.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To unfold.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To unfold.


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un- +‎ lap


  • If you lack strength and have very small hands, you might consider the full-finger or unlap grip.

    Find Your Own Fundamentals

  • There also is a third style, the “unlap” or full-fingered grip that might be desirable for certain types of players and which well discuss later.

    Find Your Own Fundamentals

  • The ten-finger or unlap grip, in which all the fingers and both thumbs are on the handle, may be best for players who lack strength and need more hand action for clubhead speed.

    Find Your Own Fundamentals

  • The unlap grip is formed exactly the same as the other two, except that the little finger of the right hand is placed on the club rather than hooking around or interlocking with the forefinger of the left.

    Find Your Own Fundamentals

  • If a cripple do but unlap his sores, and show you his disabled limbs, it will move you without words; and will not the case of souls, that are near to damnation, move you?

    The Reformed Pastor

  • "Under your good leave, Mother, I would rather not unlap it," replied

    The King's Daughters

  • Allow your brother to unlap himself before you win a race so he can overtake someone on the final lap?

    The Guardian World News

  • CHANGE Backmarkers no longer able to unlap themselves behind the Safety Car

    Top Speed

  • With Button and Glock a lap ahead, the remaining cars in the race have to unlap themselves behind the safety car.

    Home | Mail Online

  • He got a bit of a breather when the pursuing pair both had to let Garcia through as the Spaniard attempted to unlap himself. F1 news


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