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- adj. Not tied; undone
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of untie.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not tied; free from any fastening or band.
- Figuratively, morally unrestrained; dissolute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not bound by shackles and chains
- adj. not tied
- adj. with laces not tied
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The Democrats must remain untied for the good of the USA.
The farmer hung his head, and without a word untied his servant, of whom Don Quixote asked how much his master owed him.
The farmer hung his head, and without a word untied his servant, of whom
Anonymous said ... no it's o.k. everybody he lives in kool-aide happy bama land (a place also know as assholeea) also know as the untied states of america, so we're o.k..
Call untied his slicker from his saddle and covered Pea Eye with it.
What appears here, is larely what can be referred to as the untied front, i.e. it only discusses the united front against axis powers, and moreless ignores the Soviet invasions of Poland, Finland, the Baltic States, etc.
Singh said whatever money is required for rehabilitation of the only civil hospital here besides restoration of water supply and schools in Leh and Kargil, the Centre and state governments will provide "untied" funds to the Leh and Kargil autonomous hill councils.
These "untied" funds are important for gram panchayats as they can be utilised for core works such as providing water supply, sanitation, drains and roads.
It seems my frame is now "untied" to my 3D sketch.
"untied", says the report, which will go before the current session of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), scheduled to end