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  • as inloose/loosen
  • as inloosen
  • as inunfasten

synonyms for unpin

See also synonyms for: unpinned
  • alleviate
  • break up
  • ease
  • loose
  • relax
  • slacken
  • undo
  • unlock
  • unscrew
  • untie
  • deliver
  • detach
  • discharge
  • disconnect
  • disengage
  • disjoin
  • emancipate
  • extricate
  • free
  • liberate
  • manumit
  • mitigate
  • release
  • separate
  • unbar
  • unbolt
  • unbuckle
  • unbutton
  • unchain
  • unclasp
  • unfasten
  • unhitch
  • unhook
  • unlace
  • unlash
  • unleash
  • unloose
  • unstrap
  • become unfastened
  • disenthrall
  • ease off
  • lax
  • let go
  • let out
  • unfix
  • unlatch
  • unsnap
  • unstick
  • untighten
  • work free
  • work loose

antonyms for unpin

MOST RELEVANT
  • bind
  • limit
  • restrict
  • tighten
  • increase
  • tighten
  • attach
  • button
  • combine
  • confine
  • connect
  • couple
  • detain
  • engage
  • fasten
  • hitch
  • hold
  • hook
  • imprison
  • incarcerate
  • join
  • keep
  • limit
  • link
  • restrain
  • unite
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How to use unpin in a sentence

She placed the cup on the mantel-shelf and begun to unpin her veil and pull off her gloves, looking meanwhile at Newman.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
She began to unpin her coif, laying the golden pins in the silver candle-dishes.
THE FIFTH QUEEN CROWNEDFORD MADOX FORD
She was standing before her looking-glass, about to unpin her hair, when she heard a low knock at her door.
THE HELPMATEMAY SINCLAIR
Unpin and draw the pattern down to the bottom and cut the required length.
TEXTILES AND CLOTHINGKATE HEINTZ WATSON
Black drives the Bishop away so as to unpin his pieces and be able to manœuvre freely.
CHESS FUNDAMENTALSJOS RAL CAPABLANCA
He stood watching her unpin her hat before the mirror, and pull at her gloves.
CYNTHIALEONARD MERRICK
She read it, passed it back, and then began to unpin Joan's hat.
A CASE IN CAMERAOLIVER ONIONS
She left the window, turned back, and began to unpin her hat.
LIGHT O' THE MORNINGL. T. MEADE
After a few seconds she turned away, and began to unpin her hat at the toilet-table.
THE QUAINT COMPANIONSLEONARD MERRICK
She began anew to unpin her hair, when a second time the same noise in the passage alarmed her.
EMMELINECHARLOTTE TURNER SMITH
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