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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unweave.
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And as my mind unweaves, I feel the freeze down in my knees
It unweaves the rainbow, and leaves us the dead chemical elements.
Mozart and Weber are two of the composers whom he plays with the most natural instinct, for in both he finds and unweaves that dainty web of bright melody which Mozart made out of sunlight and Weber out of moonlight.
To the aisles of shadow and sun that wind unweaves and weaves.
Mazzini writes, "He weaves and unweaves his web like Penelope, preaches by turns life and nothingness, and wearies out the patience of his readers by continually carrying them from heaven to hell."