Origin of unstuck
verb (used with object), un·stuck, un·stick·ing.
verb (used without object), un·stuck, un·stick·ing.
Origin of unstick
Examples from the Web for unstuck
It took me a while to figure out I needed closure to get unstuck.
"I have never wished so hard in my life, Sir, to be unstuck," said he.
He unstuck the snag from his shirt, pushed his way out of the thicket, and sat down weakly on the grass.David and the Phoenix|Edward Ormondroyd
"You mean things get unstuck so on the voyage," murmured Constantia.The Garden Party|Katherine Mansfield
verb -sticks, -sticking or -stuck
see under come apart at the seams.