verb (used with object), un·cased, un·cas·ing.
- uncared for,
Origin of uncase
Examples from the Web for uncase
Then did they uncase their flagons by heaps and dozens, and with their leaguer-provision made excellent good cheer.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais
Watching every opportunity of a slack guard, he endeavours to uncase her, in order to touch what is always the most concealed.The Book of Curiosities|I. Platts
One of the groomes of your wardrobe, come, uncase, uncase; byr Lady a good Kersey.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (8 of 10)|Francis Beaumont
Of this sin, I cannot now speak; but, when God shall offer opportunity, I shall endeavour to uncase it you.
Keep both of you your shapes, and we are in no fear of a surprize from the doctor: If you uncase, his presence would undo us.Three Hours after Marriage|John Gay