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She had neither to unlock nor unbolt the door to leave the house, for it was never made fast.
SALTED WITH FIREGEORGE MACDONALD
In the stillness she could hear him open the drawing-room door, then cross the hall and finally unbolt the heavy outer door.
She started as the sound of the bell reached her, and hurried out to unbolt the door.
AVERILROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY
One of the shutters was ajar, admitting a few gleams of light, by which she could see to unbolt the door.
A NOBLE WOMANANN S. STEPHENS
He suggested that the easiest way was to unbolt the entrance, thereby saving the necessity of breaking it down.
UNCLE SAM DETECTIVEWILLIAM ATHERTON DU PUY
There was something of a shudder about Clarence as he went to unbolt the back door; Martyn kept close to him.
CHANTRY HOUSECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
As she did so, she swore to herself that she would not unbolt it again that evening at Ludovic's request.
LINDA TRESSELANTHONY TROLLOPE
At last I contrived to unbolt it again, and got out, when they laughed still more, at the seat of my trousers being torn off.
This Scott—if he was out of the way, they could unbolt the doors and walk out.
Can you get through one of these windows, Ito, and unbolt the door?
THE MYSTERY GIRLCAROLYN WELLS

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