“I bent over to untie my shoelaces, and I felt an agent pouring cold water on me,” said Adonys, who has filed an asylum request.
The Rich Man began right away to untie the black velvet ribbon on his leg, and go home!
Sometimes he even wet the knots, to make them harder to untie.
John went to the rack to untie his horses and Mitch and me was standin' off waitin' to get in the wagon.
There will be no vulgar outcry when you untie the knot of woe.
Of course I meant to untie the string before we went out, but Madam Graaberg turned suddenly to us.
It is a hard knot, mine, is it not, both to tie and to untie?
Mother, if you would only untie your purse-strings for once, and lend him a thousand roubles!
All he has to do is to untie the calf's rope from the staple in the barn post.
Clement being unable to untie the knot, requested Henry to cut it.