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unswathe

[ uhn-swoth, -sweyth ]
/ ʌnˈswɒð, -ˈsweɪð /
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verb (used with object), un·swathed, un·swath·ing.
to free from something that swathes: to unswath the child of her bandages.
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Origin of unswathe

1350–1400; Middle English unswaden;see un-2, swathe1

OTHER WORDS FROM unswathe

un·swathe·a·ble, adjective
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