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  • v. Present participle of unpeel.


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  • But also I think unpeeling the country and its people, then I think you perhaps get something else.

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  • Food is the punctuation of life, a commercial break between those bothersome segments of work or play that require the use of our hands, thus prohibiting their availability for unwrapping, unpeeling, or defrosting.

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  • I did it again, and again, unpeeling deeper layers with each new anxiety-provoking situation or unknown thing before me.

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  • He lifts Camille's legs both in one hand, and removes his breeches as if he were unpeeling a grape.

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  • So going after the money requires unpeeling an awful lot of layers of the onion.

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  • The most interesting part of the film is the slow unpeeling of layers in Mr. Cage's focused portrayal of a man so tortured by the past that he's lost all faith in the future.

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  • The tabletop is crowded with glasses, smudged, whitish, emptied or with residues of deep brown and red drinks, with ashtrays and with debris from artificial flowers which old Sammy here has been plucking, unpeeling, twisting into mysterious curves and knots.

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  • "Took you by surprise, eh?" said Uncle Jack, unpeeling himself by the hearth-rug.

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  • A campaign in the late 1960s showed models unpeeling their Cadbury flake and biting into their moment of bliss before walking their horses along the beach.

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  • But while these things are a possibility there's also a chance you will begin unpeeling the onion and find the same man underneath. | Top Stories


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