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unbind

Line breaks: un¦bind
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbʌɪnd
 
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Definition of unbind in English:

verb (past and past participle unbound)

[with object]
Release from bonds or restraints: he took off her blindfold and partially unbound her
More example sentences
  • Some people are already masters of saying ‘no’ to themselves and would do much better to foster soul-traits that will help them loosen up and unbind themselves.
  • For the system is master: like God it can bind or unbind energies; what it is incapable of (and what it can no longer avoid) is reversibility.
  • And we can choose, as Iain suggests, to unbind ourselves (with all the consequences that would follow).
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