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- v. To open something by ripping/tearing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To rip; to cut open.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To undo by ripping; rip; tear or cut open.
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You know it comes about this wide [three feet] and they'd sew it up each side, so if you're going to make a sheet, you just unrip one side and hem the ends.
So unrip your gown and give me the samples of the goods.
All this they should discuss in their room at night, assured that they would be overlooked and overheard; and when quite certain that eyes were watching them, Lord Claud was to unrip his doublet and take thence
The assembled company eyed them with wonder; which you may be sure was not diminished, when they began to unrip the linings and the patches of those old clothes, and as the seams were opened, poured out before them a prodigious quantity of jewels.
Leonard's voice he appeared greatly relieved, and, taking his gown from beneath his pillow, gave it to him, and desired him to unrip a part of the garment, in which it was evident something was sewn.
He then asked me for my penknife and proceeded to unrip the bag, and took out of it a large piece of paper closely folded up.
Giglio's bed, like a good girl, and then you may unrip my green silk, and then you can just do me up a little cap for the morning, and then you can mend that hole in my silk stocking, and then you can go to bed, Betsinda.
They carried their search so far as to rummage the pockets of my old clothes, and even to unrip the linings.
When they arrived there they lifted out the bags, laid them on the stone steps, and proceeded to unrip them, when they found Snarleyyow, who was just giving signs of returning animation.
Then another said, 'twas easiest to unrip a cloak; for that was to let it alone: but she was answered, by asking her, how she unript it if she let it alone? and she confess herself mistaken.