Definition of 'unfasten'
Example sentences containing 'unfasten'
A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2003) PROSECUTOR (2003)
Had she sleep-walked, restless in the heat of the night, and thrown it off without bothering to unfasten the ribbons which held it closed?SANDS OF TIME (2003)
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