unmoor[ uhn-moo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF unmoor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNMOOR
Well, now, when you are ready I want you to unmoor her again.
Father is to come with us, and unmoor the boat, and help us to gather the water-lilies.
Can we unmoor the Santa Margarita from inside the breakwater, or can we not?
"After these transactions" Captain Morgan loosed his top-sail, as a signal to unmoor.
Very shortly after, signal was made to unmoor, upon which a noise of "No—no—no!"
He therefore gave orders to unmoor, and every preparation was made for quitting the bay.
Half an hour later, show the bunting to unmoor; and send my boat ashore as soon as you begin to heave on the capstan.
Surely she might dare to wade out, unmoor the boat and climb in—if but opportunity were granted her!
On the 16th June the signal was made to unmoor; and soon after, for the squadron to weigh.
But the next instant I knew, for they were making for different boats, into which they jumped, and rapidly began to unmoor.