Definitions

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  • adj. Not trapped.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ trapped

Examples

  • We "untrapped" her yesterday afternoon, and she was like a little kid let out to play.

    Polimom Says

  • After all, how much do you need to say in a story where only two things really happen -- a guy's arm gets trapped, and the guy cuts off his own arm to get untrapped?

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  • But they are working right now to cut him out and get that person untrapped from that driver's seat, guys.

    CNN Transcript Dec 4, 2006

  • Mountain men tended to amble when they traveled—good hunting, an untrapped stream, native women, or general laziness might slow them down.

    The Berrybender Narratives

  • One could say that a sunao mind is an untrapped mind, free to adapt itself effectively to new circumstances.

    Matsushita Leadership

  • Wet curing prevents the evaporation of untrapped water from within the blocks which is vital for the lime-clay reactions to occur.

    Chapter 6

  • Lorentz, assuming a fixed aether, untrapped and undragged, had nevertheless obtained an electromag - netic derivation of Fresnel's formula far more con - vincing than that given by Fresnel.

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  • But hundreds of others, untrapped, filled the fluid about them.

    Fantastic Voyage

  • These germs, the soil once ready, take possession and multiply, whether that soil be a sewer or the blood of a person who sits calmly unconscious in a gorgeous chamber above, with a small continuation of the sewer extending untrapped up to his washbowl.

    Hygienic Physiology : with Special Reference to the Use of Alcoholic Drinks and Narcotics

  • Very few instances occur where traps are placed as close to the fixtures they serve as they might be, and yet a very short length of untrapped pipe, when fouled, will sometimes smell dreadfully.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 484, April 11, 1885

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