- to become unclasped, as the hands or arms.
- to release or relax the grasp.
Origin of unclasp
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Examples from the Web for unclasp
After the last magnet was retrieved, she assumed slave posture and waited for Couple to unclasp the clamps.Dungeons and Genital Clamps: Inside a Legendary BDSM Chateau
December 20, 2014
He could not unclasp the trusting little hand that was slipped in his.The Little Colonel
Annie Fellows Johnston
They tried to climb higher, but could not unclasp their hands.
"You must let me go," said Stafford, and tried to unclasp the hand.The Long Roll
I tried to unclasp the fingers,—to drive him from his hold on the rail.
Meanwhile Stonor essayed to unclasp the chain around her neck.The Woman from Outside
- (tr) to unfasten the clasp of (something)
- to release one's grip (upon an object)
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