unbind


un·bind

transitive verb \-ˈbīnd\
un·bound\-ˈband\un·bind·ing

Definition of UNBIND

1
:  to remove a band from :  free from fastenings :  untie, unfasten
2
:  to set free :  release

Examples of UNBIND

  1. She managed to unbind her hands.
  2. <a newly elected democratic government whose first act was to unbind the nation's vast horde of political prisoners>

First Known Use of UNBIND

before 12th century

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