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untruss

[ uhn-truhs ]
/ ʌnˈtrʌs /
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verb (used with or without object) Archaic.

to loose from or as if from a truss.

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Origin of untruss

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at un-2, truss
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British Dictionary definitions for untruss

untruss
/ (ʌnˈtrʌs) /

verb

(tr) to release from or as if from a truss; unfasten
obsolete to undress
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