Take four pounds of unpicked Orange Flowers, bruise them in a marble mortar, and pour on them nine quarts of clear Water.
"All the embroidery is unpicked," said the Princess, sighing.
Always looks rather angry with it, I suppose because it's got to be unpicked.
There was cotton everywhere—in the fields, unpicked; in the gin-houses, unginned.
The habit-body was unpicked, as it was impossible to get it off any other way.
The edge of the right breast is unpicked, and the machine is sewn into the gap.
"Let's not head into this ruction with an unpicked bone betwixt us, John," he began gently.
Then he unpicked the lining of his cap, pushed in the rose and put it on his head again.
She was clever, for as she talked she unpicked a hat and twisted and turned it to new account.
Who knows if it will not be my shroud, and if these stitches which I make will not be unpicked by the worms?