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See definition of unwound on Dictionary.com
  • verbundo, untangle
  • verbrelax

synonyms for unwound

  • loosen
  • unfurl
  • unravel
  • disentangle
  • free
  • loose
  • ravel
  • separate
  • slacken
  • unbend
  • uncoil
  • unreel
  • unroll
  • untwine
  • untwist
  • unwrap
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antonyms for unwound

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  • twist
  • agitate
  • prepare
  • ready
  • tangle
  • wind
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How to use unwound in a sentence

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She usually wants to hop into homework and usually so does he, because at that point, both of them are kind of unwound enough that they do want their screen time at that time.
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Now the wreath is unwound and tossed on the grass, and little Jean is like anybody else once more.
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First about thirty feet of the line were unwound and then doubled, so as to give a length of fifteen feet for the double line.
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She unwound the turban, her hair fell in soft brown tresses all over her shoulders.
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She hesitated, her fingers to her lips, and reluctantly unwound the braids that she wore about her forehead in a Swedish coil.
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My watch was still unwound, and I am rigorously accustomed to wind it the last thing before going to bed, and many such details.
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He unwound his dirty turban and slipped out of the ragged shirtlike frock.
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"I have the cord," the man said, and unwound some ten feet of stout rope from his waist.
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"Darling distinguished himself at Spion Kop, you know," Mayhan gave tribute as he unwound some iodoform gauze.
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