- not closed: an unclosed door.
- not brought to a conclusion or settlement; unfinished.
Origin of unclosed
- to bring or come out of a closed state; open.
Origin of unclose
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Related Wordsrelease, free, expand, unlock, unravel, loosen, disclose, jimmy, tap, puncture, burst, vent, pop, unblock, bare, unfasten, gape, unseal, ventilate, fissure
Examples from the Web for unclosed
The portals of the cathedral were unclosed after the midnight mass.
As for me, the memory has lived with me all these hours since I unclosed my eyes at dawn.Margaret Tudor
Annie T. Colcock
Lorraine glided into the hall and unclosed the door of the silent room.Lorraine
Robert W. Chambers
She lay there with her unclosed eyes looking as the dead only look at the living.The Golden Dog
But when he unclosed his hands there was never anything in them but water, and not much of that.Sunny Boy in the Country
Ramy Allison White
- to open or cause to open
- to come or bring to light; reveal or be revealed
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