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untwine

Line breaks: un|twine
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtwʌɪn
 
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Definition of untwine in English:

verb

Make or become unwound or untwisted: [with object]: Robyn untwined her fingers
More example sentences
  • Only then could I reach the tangle, which I simply untwined before sliding down the rope to the deck.
  • He set me down gently on my bed and untwined my arms from around his neck.
  • She untwined the blanket from her legs and got up, walking to the washroom.
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