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

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Examples

  • A follow-up review requested by Eley said the idea of unlatching doors had the potential to help people to get out of a submerged float plane, but it also had the potential to increase the likelihood of the cabin filling with water faster.

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  • Suck it lovingly; kiss it soothingly before opening my mouth, unlatching my jaws, and taking him all the way into my hot, hungry mouth.

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  • Nervous — but stabilized — she picked her way gingerly down the cobble-stone path towards the sidewalk, took an almost-absurd amount of care in gingerly unlatching, opening, passing through, and closing behind her the waist-high white-picket-fence gate . . . and took a breath.

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  • The liquor warmed my throat, coated my stomach and reached out to my limbs, slowly unlatching all of the tiny hardened locks and flipping on the lights.

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  • As I hear the clank of the gate unlatching, I sigh.

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  • The man was already down the steps and unlatching the gate.

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  • “Wait here,” he said, unlatching his seat belt and getting out.

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  • A quiet click noise, like the unlatching of a door, broke through her consciousness.

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  • “They hurt him bad,” said the boy, unlatching the backboard.

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  • He was unlatching and lifting a section of the front counter to let himself through.

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