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adjective as in not yet packed

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adjective as in no longer packed

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Example Sentences

He also reported that he happened to see that “cases full of brand new Italian Lire were being unpacked.”

Upon his return, she unpacked his bag and discovered love letters between him and her social secretary, Lucy Mercer.

Sitting in her jail cell, Mikovits thought of two unpacked boxes stuffed into her closet.

To a greater extent than any previous Kennan scholar, Gaddis has unpacked the man.

Kirkus awarded the book a starred review, describing it as “a delightful time capsule, skillfully unpacked.”

As the large burden was laid upon the floor and unpacked, there seemed to be no end to the good things.

Two days later three other vanloads arrived late in the evening, and were unpacked in the stable-yard at dawn.

I scorned a reply, and we went around to the shed where all my belongings were stored, still unpacked.

Also he had built himself a rustic table, and unpacked a trunkful of blankets and dishes and writing-pads and books.

And so they left her—amidst the disorder of the half-unpacked wedding presents—amidst the ruin of her own life.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpacked, such as: bulk, not crated, not wrapped, and unpackaged.

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