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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unstop.


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  • Edgerton, he began rowing towards me with Annabel, she happy despite herself, and when I see it wouldn't do to tarry no longer, I cuts loose the old deaf boatman and unstops his mouth.


  • It is a great truth tenderly said that God builds the nest for the blind bird; and may it not be that He opens closed eyes and unstops deaf ears to sights and sounds from which others by these very senses are debarred?

    The Roadmender

  • Monsieur Guillaume unstops all the drains himself.”

    Maigret and the Burglar's Wife


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