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adjective as in unfastened

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In the first chapter of Slaughterhouse-Five, Kurt Vonnegut’s 1969 anti-war masterpiece about a hapless American soldier who becomes “unstuck in time,” the author indicates that he wrote more than five thousand pages by 1965.

From Time

When we take away the expectation of an immediate response, employees who rely on a last-minute surge of activity to get a task over the line are likely to come unstuck.

From Digiday

The industry flourishes in times of predictability, and tends to come unstuck during moments of unpredictable demand.

From Axios

As with wood, a steam mop cleaner can warp or crack laminate, and potentially even cause it to come unstuck from the floor.

That means you should head south prepared for vehicle repairs, complete with the parts, tools, and necessary knowledge of how to use them in such a situation, as well as the ability to get your vehicle unstuck from sand, mud, or obstacles.

It took me a while to figure out I needed closure to get unstuck.

The leather, being damp, may possibly become unstuck and stretched during this process.

It came unstuck from the frame with a tiny explosion of dust and a zing like that of the watch, only louder.

Well, at the time of the hatching, this disk becomes unstuck, lifts and allows the new-born Spiders to pass through.

"Yes, and if we don't get our houses unstuck pretty soon, we'll remember her a long while," said Susan darkly.

With a final desperate lunge, Lizzie yielded to my efforts and came unstuck.


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unstuck, such as: loose, and unglued.

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