- to bring or come out of a closed state; open.
Origin of unclose
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Examples from the Web for unclose
A sense that somebody was close to me made me unclose my eyes.Read ‘The King in Yellow,’ the ‘True Detective’ Reference That’s the Key to the Show
Robert W. Chambers
February 20, 2014
“Yes;” he took a violet from the bowl at his side and began to unclose its petals.A Woman's Will
She made haste to unclose them, and her heart bounded at thinking that he was born to all this!Heartsease
Charlotte M. Yonge
(to Jeronymo) unclose the chapel door and raise the secret stone.
Dared I unclose these lips, Walter, I could tell thee things!Love and Intrigue
She felt that she must reply, that she must speak, say something; but she could not unclose her lips.The Honor of the Name
- to open or cause to open
- to come or bring to light; reveal or be revealed
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