verb (used with object), un·knit·ted or un·knit, un·knit·ting.
verb (used without object), un·knit·ted or un·knit, un·knit·ting.
Origin of unknit
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Historical Examples of unknit
And she did knit and unknit her white fingers as they hung before her.A Brother To Dragons and Other Old-time Tales
The most dolorous of all moral tragedies knit and unknit the most often in silence.Cosmopolis, Complete
Because the knot was knit by faith, and must only be unknit of death.The Growth of English Drama
Change must unknit the very knots of the center of the earth.The Call of the Canyon
And now he unknit his black brows; looked down, smiling at me, and stroked my hair, as if well pleased at seeing a danger averted.Jane Eyre