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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unlash.
  • adj. Without eyelashes.


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  • He unlashed the leather strap, stepped onto the runners of his sled, and called out to the dogs.

    Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature: Alexi Zentner's 'Trapline'

  • One by one they unlashed themselves and followed me up the perilous mast.

    Chapter 15

  • The heap of trade-boxes was now unlashed, and the boys began opening and shutting them.


  • She cooked the meat, fed the dogs, and unlashed the packs as in a dream, and it was not until Canim began to sketch his next wandering that she became herself again.


  • When conversation dropped and the travelers filled the last pipes and unlashed their tight-rolled sleeping-furs, Prince fell back upon his comrade for further information.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • The woman nodded, and Lon fell to unharnessing the dogs, while I unlashed the sled and carried the camp outfit into the cabin.

    Flush of Gold

  • The sacks were unlashed, but when two sacks were added, Kearns interfered.

    Chapter III

  • She smiled and nodded, and then, noticing that I had unlashed the bed roll, she indicated the end of the cabin where I might spread it.

    Flush of Gold

  • Mick, happy to be shed of the weight of the Barrett for a few minutes, slipped off his backpack, unlashed its flap, and withdrew a chunk of silicon technology called a Thuraya SG-2520 encrypted satellite phone.

    Dead Zero

  • They turned to the bag, unlashed it from the hook, and spread its contents out upon the hatch.

    In Spite of Their Declaration of Bombs


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