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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unseam.
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- adj. smooth, especially of skin
- adj. having no seams
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And Clyde noted how one pocket on her dress drooped just a bit, becoming unseamed.
"Calm down now, " Jack said as he unseamed the man's brown robe with a Ka-Bar knife, then freed the Velcro straps of his bulletproof vest with a loud rip.
He inserted a finger in the catch and slowly unseamed her tunic.
Marking ensues with pencil and straight edge in line with the sizes cited in the technical drawing or the widths of the unseamed plank edges.
His face, though unweathered and unseamed, and much too fine and thin in texture, had a curious affinity to the faces of old sailors or fishermen who have lived
Speakers of Old High German and Old English preferred a Greek root, omphalos, which led to nabalo and nafela, and then popped up in Shakespeare as “he unseamed him from the naue to the chops,” and developed into Sir Thomas Browne’s 1646 observation, “The use of the Navell is to continue the infant into the mother.”