Millennials are “unmoored from institutions,” gasped Pew Research recently.
As a result, our modern gun-rights ideology is often unmoored from any sense of corresponding civic obligation.
The idea of the city was much more alluring than the city itself on a rainy, unmoored day.
If we are unmoored from the Constitution, then what are we onto?
When she was unmoored, this small buoy prevented the end of the chain from sinking.
They seated themselves in the boat and unmoored it from the pier.
The flag-ship being now daily expected, we unmoored, and came down to Macào, awaiting her arrival in the outer Roads.
Without any loss of time he unmoored the little ship, and stepped aboard.
At dawn they got their anchors, and set sail towards the Spaniards, who at once unmoored, and beat to quarters.
They had unmoored the pinnace, and were on their way to Shark's Island.