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unsheathed

Line breaks: un|sheathed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃiːðd
 
, ʌnˈʃiːθt
 
/

Definition of unsheathed in English:

adjective

Not placed in or protected by a sheath or covering: all unsheathed wires must be enclosed in a non-combustible housing
More example sentences
  • The hands have been cantilevered to feel light, so one moment they are delicate as butterfly wings, the next they're as terrifying as unsheathed claws.
  • Never put unsheathed scissors in your knitting bag with your project.
  • Kira step out onto the porch to find Midnight, snarling perilously with her unsheathed claws digging into the ground.

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