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unsnarl

Line breaks: un|snarl
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsnɑːl
 
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Definition of unsnarl in English:

verb

[with object]
Disentangle: he helped her unsnarl her muddled views
More example sentences
  • Hmmm… Posting this post unsnarled the problem.
  • I personally am proud of the way our nation is putting itself on the line in an attempt to unsnarl a part of the world that has been a source of so much heartache for people all over the globe, for so many years.
  • Sometimes, no amount of pulling or twisting unsnarls the coils.

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