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unstitch

Line breaks: un|stitch
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɪtʃ
 
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Definition of unstitch in English:

verb

[with object]
Undo the stitches of: she has unstitched my blinds
More example sentences
  • This multicultural ‘synthesis’ is actually unsynthetic, insofar as the fabric, by showing its seams, instructs you how to unstitch it.
  • She spent hours unstitching second-hand clothes sent to them by another brother Richard.
  • Here various design moves unfold: nothing is what it seems, complexity unstitches singularity.

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