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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unship.
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He unships the helm; he flings compass and sextant overboard; he fires up the furnaces, and screws down the safety-valve, and says, 'Go ahead!'
The theory I do not accept: one simply folds his sails, unships his rudder, and waits the will of Providence, or the arrival of some compelling fate.
The handle unships, so as to be out of the way when not wanted.
Each single bricklayer who unships serves the colony better than a score of gentlemen.”
a consequence the mess is sometimes inches deep in water, while the violent motion unships every moveable fitting in the place and flings it to the deck.