untwisted

[ uhn-twis-tid ]

adjective
  1. not twisted.

Origin of untwisted

1
First recorded in 1565–75; un-1 + twist + -ed2

Words Nearby untwisted

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How to use untwisted in a sentence

  • Many a twisted wreck had come to their hands to be straightened, untwisted, flattened out and replaced.

    The Viking Blood | Frederick William Wallace
  • Mary-'Gusta hurriedly untwisted her legs and scrambled from beneath the dust cover of the surrey.

    Mary-'Gusta | Joseph C. Lincoln
  • He untwisted the paper in his hand and held it in the candle flame until it burned to cinders.

    The Firing Line | Robert W. Chambers
  • Cotton and linen thread of the finest quality, untwisted, should be used for darning stockings and underwear.

    Textiles and Clothing | Kate Heintz Watson
  • Then she untwisted it, and the basket could come down, with Mun Bun in it.