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/ ʌnˈplʌɡd /


  1. (of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instruments

    Eric Clapton unplugged

    an unplugged version of the song

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Example Sentences

And with Skink as his guide, Richard discovers the pleasures of the unplugged life.

On Wednesday night, Miley Cyrus will perform on MTV Unplugged.

Madonna will guest star on Miley Cyrus's episode of Unplugged tonight.

This was Boehner unplugged—possibly Boehner unhinged (unhinged from his talking points, at least).

MTV Unplugged in New York by Nirvana is probably the most striking example.

I unplugged one of her bedside screens and attached my Xbox to it so that we could both login at once.

Whenever these become cool, their points are unplugged, and they are set to drain for a few days in a warm apartment.

Unplugged, un-plugd′, adj. free from plugs: not short-circuited by a plug.

Thereafter the centrifugal force of the revolving bullet whirled the burning phosphorus out through the unplugged hole.

Instantly he unplugged the radio connection from his belt and spoke urgently.


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