from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unmount.
- adj. Not mounted (in various senses).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not mounted; not performing regular duties on horseback: as, unmounted police.
- Not furnished or set with appropriate or necessary appurtenances: as, an unmounted jewel; not affixed to a mount or backing, as of stiff paper or cardboard, as a drawing or a photograph; not provided with a mat of appropriate size and covered with a protecting glass, as a lantern-slide or transparency.
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On the Centro, the Micro SD card routinely becomes "unmounted," and you can't access the card.
The unmounted stone is estimated at 8.6 million francs to 11.5 million francs.
That melded into abstract, unmounted painting skins that were interesting, but amorphous.
Also, start with an unmounted gun and pretend to shoot crossers; trace the juncture of the wall and ceiling as you mount the gun.
A mounted policeman (unmounted for Klondike service) joined the group and heard Imber's wish repeated.
The work would be unmounted (unframed) so it will be rolled and shipped in a tube.
Rolande plunged alone into the ranks of unmounted Skaldi, his sword rising and falling.
In any case, an unmounted army regular stood little chance against a mounted Comanche.
The pursuing Goths took possession of the whole camp, which they pillaged, making prisoners of all the unmounted men.
I've bought mostly unmounted stamps for some time.