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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unsnap.


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  • It's easily unsnapped from the back and could be gone before you know it.

    What Safety Measures Do You Take

  • He penis stood straight up out of the fly of his boxers, which had at some point during the drive over here come unsnapped.

    Protagonist Unbound

  • She laid down on her stomach and unsnapped the back of her red bikini top.

    Beach Balls

  • He unsnapped and set his own ever-so-delicate hair Frisbee on his desk.

    The Toupee Titan of New York

  • Kors took out his pistol, unsnapped the holster from his belt and clamped it on as a rifle stock.

    do you ever read writing?

  • Bra, unsnapped with the passion, precision, and temperature of a metal hand.

    Lunch, daily.

  • Then she unsnapped the locks on her briefcase, took out her new Smith & Wesson .357 handgun, slipped it into one pocket of her Windbreaker, put her cell phone in the other.

    7th Heaven

  • HUEBL: What happens is the flight deck officer, he has to string this padlock through it again, but then he discovers, wait a minute, my holster is unsnapped.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2008

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Wait a minute, my holster is unsnapped.

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2008

  • He unsnapped the sidecar cover and found a scuffed but uncracked motorcycle helmet with a visor.

    Stalin's Ghost


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