- (especially of a garment) not zipped or zipped up; with the zipper unfastened.
- crazy; demented.
- overwrought; hysterical.
Origin of unzipped1
Origin of unzipped2
- to open the zipper of.
- to become unzipped.
Origin of unzip
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Examples from the Web for unzipped
We unzipped the body bag, and a crowd of craned necks strained to get a look.I Shot Bin Laden
November 16, 2014
The last scene is of Dante walking down a city street in an unzipped Brooklyn hoodie with his dad at his side.Dante de Blasio Might Just Have Gotten His Dad Elected Mayor
August 14, 2013
Dressed in swimsuit bottoms, and no top except for an unzipped ski jacket, the cover exclaims, “Kate Upton goes polar bare.”Kate Upton’s Second SI Cover, Porn Appears at Fashion Week
The Daily Beast
February 9, 2013
After shaking hands with her he turned to a nearby police officer and remarked: “I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress.”New Philip Gaffe: “I would get arrested if I unzipped that dress!”
May 16, 2012
We rolled up on him, and his pants were unzipped, but nothing was…sticking out.Former Cop Edward Conlon on What He Learned About Profiling
April 7, 2012
I unzipped the front of my camouflage suit and pulled out the blueprints.The Repairman
He did the same for himself, and then unzipped the tent-flap.Asteroid of Fear
Raymond Zinke Gallun
He unzipped his heavy Arctic clothing, removed a heavy container, shaped to conform to his chest, and laid it on the table.Check and Checkmate
He unzipped a bulky brief case he had brought in under his arm and dumped papers onto his desk.Day of the Moron
Henry Beam Piper
Roger unzipped the end of the bag, stuck his blond head out, and gave his unit mates a sour look.The Revolt on Venus
- to unfasten the zip of (a garment) or (of a zip or garment with a zip) to become unfastenedher skirt unzipped as she sat down
- (tr) computing to decompress (a file) that had previously been zipped
Word Origin and History for unzipped
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