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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unpucker.


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  • He leaned forward for another "kiss," although his lips were dry, closed, and unpuckered.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Her lips puckered and unpuckered several times very fast, as if blowing a succession of kisses.

    Sir Apropos of Nothing

  • Now, as his doll-baby lashes commenced to flutter like those of a windup Jezebel; as his screw-top brow relaxed, assuming some of the placidity of cork; as his lips unpuckered and his violently blue orbs shifted focus, Painted Stick gave Spoon a nudge, Conch Shell gave her a blessing, and clink tink, she was suddenly through the grid and shooting down the sidewalk like a stubby silver arrow released from a toy bow.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • Her eyes stared, unpuckered, apparently unconscious that they wept.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol 31, No 2, June 1908

  • Donal shoemaker rose, unpuckered his face, slackened the purse-strings of his mouth, and said,

    What's Mine's Mine — Complete

  • Let but Teufelsdröckh open his mouth, Heuschrecke's also unpuckered itself into a free doorway, besides his being all eye and all ear, so that nothing might be lost: and then, at every pause in the harangue, he gurgled-out his pursy chuckle of a cough-laugh

    Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History

  • One of the hallmarks of fine sewing is a smooth, unpuckered seam.

    Gorgeous Fabrics' Blog

  • When I finally unpuckered the lower half of my face from the shock I debated returning the drink for one with slightly less sodium or just wiping the salt off and making the best of a bad situation.

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  • Quite simply, The Stall can fuck up your day in the blink of an unpuckered eye.

  • The old man made a noise in his throat as if he might speak; but he only unpuckered his mouth, and stayed his fingers, while the other continued: "I don't want her to go now, no more than ever I did.

    The Lady of the Aroostook


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