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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsheath.
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In the end, Keesh, who has returned to the violent ways of his people, unsheaths his knife as Su-Su bares her neck.
Then he unsheaths his claws and starts kneading my chest with them.
Rather than press home his successful attack on Aphrodite, Diomedes unsheaths his sword and prepares to decapitate the unconscious Aeneas.
Like most of his countrymen, he carries an exceedingly long knife, which he frequently unsheaths and brandishes in the faces of those who are unfortunate enough to awaken his choler.
Every nation in negotiating has its right hand upon the hilt of its sword, and at intervals playfully unsheaths a little of its gleaming blade.
If I’m sitting at the computer and he doesn’t want me there, he harasses me for awhile and then he reaches up, unsheaths his lethal claws, and pierces the back of my shirt and my topmost layer of skin.