Definition of untruss in English:

untruss

Syllabification: un·truss
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈtrəs
 
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verb

[with object]
Unfasten (especially a trussed fowl).
More example sentences
  • I always untruss it as I find that it cooks more evenly.
  • Even as we untruss our pallid, supermarket birds and unthinkingly violate their parson's noses, we buy our children the Chicken Run video and celebrate the birds' mass exodus from a factory farm.
  • Before untrussing and carving this beauty, use two carving forks to hold it upright over the gravy pan to allow the juice to drip out of its bottom.

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