- to unfasten the buckle or buckles of.
- to undo a buckle.
Origin of unbuckle
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Examples from the Web for unbuckle
At the end of the exercise, I unbuckle the vest and dump it on the ground.Why Defend Being Overweight?
January 4, 2013
Unbuckle his reins, and buckle them on to those of the troopers.Under Wellington's Command
G. A. Henty
He did not unbuckle his safety belt—he rose and it snapped like a string.The Jupiter Weapon
Charles Louis Fontenay
He threw off his jacket and began to unbuckle his cartridge belt.The Broncho Rider Boys with the Texas Rangers
She caught a word, and began to unbuckle the frozen straps of his gear.The Secret of the League
He was about to unbuckle the belt and take it off, but hesitated, feeling that it would not be in his way.Draw Swords!
George Manville Fenn
Word Origin and History for unbuckle
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