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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsling.


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  • He unslings the weapon and slings it over the child's back.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2007

  • But we got into the house all right an 'I unslings my

    Between the Lines

  • At the second command, each man unslings his roll and places it on the ground at his feet, rounded end to the front, square end of shelter half to the right.

    Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition

  • At the first command each man unslings his equipment and places it on the ground at his feet, haversack to the front, end of the pack 1 foot in front of toes.

    Manual of Military Training Second, Revised Edition

  • Poyor gains the shelter while the others are a hundred yards away, and allowing the boys to drop to the ground, he unslings Neal's gun, stands at the very edge of the cover where he fires two shots just in time to save the remainder of the party.

    The Search for the Silver City A Tale of Adventure in Yucatan

  • They arrive in twos and threes; the violinist briefly tunes his fiddle, and the harper unslings his instrument, and, with faces of profound gloom, they go through their repertory, -- pieces from the great composers, airs from the opera, not unmingled with such efforts of Anglo-Saxon genius as Champagne Charley and

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