- to render no longer fixed; unfasten; detach; loosen; free.
- to unsettle, as the mind, traditions, or habits.
Origin of unfix
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Examples from the Web for unfix
The order was marching by149 fours to fix or unfix bayonets.The heart of happy hollow
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Whereupon the Soudanese caught hold of the bayonet and tried to unfix it.For Fortune and Glory
"There's only one thing to unfix the things I've stuck together," he said.The Triumph of John Kars
What mattered that to unfix those glittering stars would still tax both skill and patience!On the Frontier
The company officers ordered their men to unfix bayonets, and to help each other up the rocks.History of the War in South Africa 1899-1902 v. 1 (of 4)
Sir Frederick Maurice.
- to unfasten, detach, or loosen
- to unsettle or disturb
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