Definitions

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  • adj. Not winded.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ winded

Examples

  • Actually, there is no way a url can be "unwinded" from it's 32-bit hash.

    סטארטר

  • The cougar sat about thirty yards away, acting uninterested and unwinded.

    GUARDIAN OF THE VEIL

  • Dick chased it, and nen it unwinded itself and creeped under a big rock.

    Her Prairie Knight

  • He seemed as fresh and unwinded as if he had gone no farther than the grove, and he wore, more than ever, his air of cheerful assurance.

    Sawtooth Ranch

  • Then while he sat on a beer keg until he should be in breath again the unwinded Spike would skip the rope -- a girl's skipping rope -- or shadow-box about the room with intricate dance steps, raining quick blows upon a ghostly boxer who was invariably beaten; or with smaller gloves he would cause the inflated bag to play lively tunes upon the ceiling of its support.

    The Wrong Twin

  • And the bright thrums hang unwinded by the maiden's weaving-stock:

    The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs

  • But by degrees the long reel unwinded itself; -- angel of light, and all.

    Orley Farm

  • The rupee climbed in the last half hour of trade on Friday, rising from an intra-day one-week low, as banks unwinded long dollar positions on speculation RBI may raise rates soon.

    The Economic Times

  • The promenade of Dasve town at Lavasa became a mini carnival venue where participants unwinded, rejoiced and rejuvenated.

    India Press Release

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