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  • v. Present participle of unsnap.


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  • “The start of something new,” I state, unsnapping the cape from around her neck.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • Lisette reached back, unsnapping it with her claw-tipped fingers.


  • Once the victim's mind had "snapped" into cult mode, the unsnapping requires a massive assault on the victim's mind to untangle the coded messages injected into it by the sinister forces of the cult leader.

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  • “Here, let me get that for you, Lois, my sweet,” William said, reaching under her chin and unsnapping the strap.

    Dragon Warrior

  • “Just take it, hon,” Whitney whispered, unsnapping my purse.


  • She got up and walked over to her trunk, unsnapping the lid and throwing it open.


  • – I proceeded to settle into a corner of the couch and prep a breast, which mostly consists of taking my arm out of the nearest sleeve, unsnapping the front latch on the nursing bra, and peeling it down.

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  • And although Pledge says the Sweeper is disposable, it was easy to clean and reuse by just unsnapping a roller and removing the collected hair.

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  • "Seems to me, " said Priscilla, snapping and unsnapping the collar of her slicker, 'that the so-called happy people are the ones who are trivial.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • She invites her friends over and they dress and undress the dolls, snapping and unsnapping tiny outfits over thermoplastic breasts and backsides.

    Slut Whore


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