verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of unhook
Examples from the Web for unhook
A new smart bra from a Japanese company claims to only unhook when it detects a woman is in love.This ‘True Love Tester’ Bra Misses What Women Really Want—Then Insults Them|Emily Shire|January 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Loosen collar, waist bands, and unhook corset, or cut the laces behind.
It is evidently to mobilize certain of these atoms, to unhook them from the wall and put them in swing.
The apprentice ran to unhook the one that hung over the kitchen sink, and handed it to her.The Magic World|Edith Nesbit
The weight of the bird's body above hooks the toes around the branch, and there they stay until the bird wishes to unhook them.Among the Farmyard People|Clara Dillingham Pierson
Lift him out, unhook him David and bait again; no, the worm will do.Twenty-Six Years Reminiscences of Scotch Grouse Moors|William Alexander Adams