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  • adj. Not stacked


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un- +‎ stacked


  • Oddly enough, outgoing calls are already "unstacked", so if I call the same number 5 times, I get 5 entries in the call log.

    HowardForums: Your Mobile Phone Community & Resource

  • My dreams had been shelving unstacked and restacked, and I hated you.

    Ransacking Your Dreams

  • Exactly like the photograph, except that the tables had been unstacked and the six of them were standing around.


  • I unstacked the boxes, opened the flaps, and set them in a circle around me.

    Ancient, Strange, and Lovely

  • Stuey stacked and unstacked his chips, as he often did when weighing a move.

    One of a Kind

  • They thought it was wonderful that I asked to take a photo, and went to considerable trouble to rearrange the carcasses to get them unstacked and lined up.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Dale walked past the main building, noted the high stack of firewood there and the chopping stump and the ax embedded in it and the pile of wood chips and unstacked wood, looking as if the owners were preparing for a hard winter, and then he was waiting for the teenaged boy in khaki pants and a green Pine Barrens Canoe Rental shirt to finish helping two women shove off into the easy current.

    A Winter Haunting

  • The only noise in the empty corridor was the thud of the book crates as I unstacked and stacked them again to get to the one I wanted.

    The Dead House

  • She unstacked them quietly, unlocked the door, looked out, spotted the paper, reached out and grabbed it.

    The Night Crew

  • The herder shivered as he slowly unstacked the four crates, each with a pair of chickens with reddish-brown feathers.

    Fall of Angels


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