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


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  • If you ever want to remove the hook, or move it to another walldock, you push a red button in the middle of the walldock and the hook "unlatches" from it. every hook fits on every walldock. Gold Box Deals

  • He unlatches the gate and makes noises at me, but I do not understand him and he smells bitter and burned.

    Mad Dog

  • Lloyd hustles back, unlatches the window above the courtyard, and takes up a position there, gazing out over his corner of Paris.

    'The Imperfectionists'

  • My heart beating triple time, I push the door until it unlatches and make my way in giant three-at-a-time steps up to Kavia.

    Vivian Rising

  • Jory hikes her backpack onto her shoulder and unlatches the door.


  • News - Elephant unlatches gate to save South African antelopes. Random Linkage Archives

  • He unlatches his backpack and flings it onto the couch.

    'One More Year'

  • He climbs into the passenger seat of the truck and fastens the seat belt—then on second thought, unlatches it.

    Perfect Match

  • Caraco unlatches the canister as Clarke rises into the column above them; she's got something in her right hand, but Scanlon can't see what it is.


  • He reaches up, unlatches the suit's collar, lifts the helmet over his head.

    A King of Infinite Space


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