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unstraps

See definition of unstraps on Dictionary.com
  • as inloose/loosen
  • as inloosen
  • as inunhitch

synonyms for unstraps

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

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

He immediately pays the coolies, unstraps rugs and trunks, and commences to arrange the room.
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He fishes out an old wallet, unstraps it careful, and shoves over a cashier's check.
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An Indian woman, arriving later than the others, unstraps from her back a small papoose, and hangs it to the limb of a tree.
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