from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To remove something from a relatively hidden location or position.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To unfold or undo, as a tuck; to release from a tuck or fold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To unfold or undo; release from being tucked up or fastened.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I was to untuck my shirt, remove my belt, and take off my white shoes and socks once I was inside the “church.”
Jessica Biel: You forgot to untuck your dinner napkin from your dress.
Well, if she is THAT worried about her brother, why doesn't she stop shaving her face and untuck her dick then trade places with him?
* FOLLOW KEITH: The reason MSNBC is getting ready to untuck the wee Carlson is because they want to make room for what viewers are actually interested in, which is more progressive politics, like the regular savagings of the rabid right by Keith Doberman.
Nowadays, I have the freedom to untuck, which I prefer immensely.
Even at the Kotel, I already have tzitzit on I wear a tallit katan and like one or two other folks who daven at WotW, I untuck them just before Kryiat Shema, so that I can say the third paragraph of the Shema while looking at/kissing on them.
I found your point about feeling your heart “unfolds and opens” when you untuck your tzitzit to be especially interesting.
"I was on the sidelines about to untuck my shirt," LSU safety
I'd like to make one request to all the white folks in New England: can you PLEASE untuck your polo shirts out of your pleated shorts?
"I confess I can't see why Tucker, when it is supposed to untuck the creases of us," he observed.