verb (used with object), un·sewed, un·sewn or un·sewed, un·sew·ing.
Origin of unsew
Examples from the Web for unsewn
Historical Examples of unsewn
One end of this patch was unsewn and held in place with a pin.The Lion's Mouse
C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
But all at once I noticed that about half an inch of the 95 seam of her black silk bodice was unsewn.A Frenchman in America
When engaged in road-work the Dhīmars have unsewn sandals secured to the feet with strips of leather.
She wears a sleeveless chiton which appears to have been unsewn (schistos) down the right side.