With one motion, he unclamped his skates and threw them from him.
He clamped and unclamped his big hand, watching the strong muscle-play in it.
He unclamped his safety harness and stumbled to the jettison bin, holding a hand over his mouth.
But he pushed her firmly away, and unclamped the lid of the submarine.
Alec unclamped the seat belt, then slammed his magnetic clamp suit boots against the outer plates of the carrier.
device for fastening, c.1300, probably from clamb, perhaps originally past tense of climb (v.), or from Middle Dutch clampe (Dutch klamp), from West Germanic *klamp- "clamp, cleat;" cf. Middle Low German klampe "clasp, hook," Old High German klampfer "clip, clamp;" also probably related to Middle Dutch klamme "a clamp, hook, grapple," Danish klamme "a clamp, cramp," Old English clamm "fetter;" see clam (n.).
"to fasten with a clamp," 1670s, from clamp (n.). Related: Clamped; clamping.
An instrument for the compression or grasping of a structure.