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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of untuck.
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One friend told of how her husband untucks all the sheets before getting into bed.
The woman untucks one bare hand from beneath the other arm and holds her thumb and forefinger an inch apart.
First, she untucks the corner of the white towel from beneath her arm and lets it slip to the ground.
He paces and constantly runs his fingers through his black hair, pulls at his chin, tucks his shirt in, then untucks it.
Hu Jia untucks and prepares to enter the water en route to the top of the platform diving medal podium.
“I’m not here to talk about my fashion sense,” he says, but untucks his shirt anyway.