verb (used with object), un·swathed, un·swath·ing.
Origin of unswathe
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Historical Examples of unswathe
Why should they not unswathe the world from its swaddling-clothes before an audience which would fill our largest halls?
This lamentation caused Joshua to unswathe the bandage about his eyes and he groaned louder and longer.The Broken Sword
Living beings were about to appear, pillagers of tombs, no doubt, come to unswathe them all!Egypt (La Mort De Philae)
"I will wait till to-morrow," said Northwick, and he began to unswathe and unbutton, but so feebly that Bird noticed.The Quality of Mercy
W. D. Howells