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uncord Line breaks: un¦cord
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɔːd/

Definition of uncord in English:


[with object]
Remove the cord from.
Example sentences
  • The sword came out smoothly, the moon reflecting on its blade as the General raised his right arm, his nostrils flaring terribly, his neck muscles cording and uncording.

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