from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To free of snarls; disentangle.
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- v. To remove or undo a snarl
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To disentangle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. extricate from entanglement
Donovan, with a .38-caliber pistol strapped to his waist, had to make several trips to the dense Burmese jungle just off the northern Thai border to unsnarl problems with the flights.
The OccupyWallStreet movement has attracted a diverse, articulate and educated group united in their resolve to unsnarl the tentacles of Wall Street's vampire squids from around society's arteries.
The phenomenon began six decades ago, when a young traffic engineer named Henry Barnes arrived in Denver on a mission to unsnarl the chaotic streets.
Recruiters say they're spending a lot of their time turning up executives who can build and manage websites, handle increasingly complex inventory management, and unsnarl the logistical problems that come with developing a new sales channel.
Louisa May Alcott spent the day of December 12 in Boston doing errands, going to the dentist to get a tooth filled, and rushing from office to office, trying to unsnarl the bureaucratic obstacles to getting her credentials as a nurse and to buying her series of tickets for the trip.
With a good scrubbing and a few extra pounds on her, shed be pretty, though he had no idea how theyd unsnarl that squirrels nest of hair on her head.
He believes that this attack is just a symptom of the REAL problem, and that the team needs to go back in time and unsnarl the temporal loop.
I just don't have the time to monitor the order database, and people keep trying to order the other two albums, which requires even more time to unsnarl.
They won't put in light rail systems to unsnarl urban traffic.
It will take years to unsnarl all of the links in this Republican chain of disasters and the attendant collusions.