Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of unstick.
  • noun The act of removing something that was stuck

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Hi,” he said, the word unsticking from his throat.

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  • “Hi,” he said, the word unsticking from his throat.

    Heart vs. Head

  • And, you know, the Internet kind of unsticking itself from the computer on your desk top, moving around you.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2006

  • And, you know, the Internet kind of unsticking itself from the computer on your desk top, moving around you.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2006

  • And, you know, the Internet kind of unsticking itself from the computer on your desk top, moving around you.

    CNN Transcript Dec 23, 2006

  • The non-reflexive form can be used to mean "unsticking" as in removing a label from a bottle or separating things that have been stuck together.

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  • It was so hard to get my body to move, like unsticking burnt fudge from the bottom of a pan, but I forced my hand to reach out and take it.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • Use your color for that day as a method for unsticking yourself and helping you speak with your authentic voice.

    Get Wild – How to Set Your Creative Beast Free | Write to Done

  • It was so hard to get my body to move, like unsticking burnt fudge from the bottom of a pan, but I forced my hand to reach out and take it.

    The Dark Side of Innocence

  • I'm not really a teacher, although I do offer two writing "workshops" a few times/year that focus on brainstorming new material and unsticking stuck places in existing material.

    Chaos Theory

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