verb (used with or without object)
Definition for unrove (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), un·rove or un·reeved, un·ro·ven or un·reeved, un·reev·ing.
verb (used without object), un·rove or un·reeved, un·ro·ven or un·reeved, un·reev·ing.
Examples from the Web for unrove
Sometimes the halyards are unrove from the yard-arm and rounded up to the span-block, with a knot in their end.The Seaman's Friend|Richard Henry Dana
The schooner's fore and main sheets, that had not been made fast, unrove at the first gust and began to slat wildly in the wind.Moran of the Lady Letty|Frank Norris
But what did you do with the Manilla hemp arter you unrove the hawser?On Board the Esmeralda|John Conroy Hutcheson
By the time the halyards were unrove, a wagon-load of men on their way to the beach, drove up, and stopped to look at the Ghost.
Already a man had unrove the fore-signal-halyards, the sailors raised a shout and the coiled rope was thrown.The Tale of Timber Town|Alfred Grace