verb un·ship \-ˈship\

Definition of UNSHIP

transitive verb
:  to take out of a ship :  discharge, unload
:  to remove (as an oar or tiller) from position :  detach
intransitive verb
:  to become or admit of being detached or removed

First Known Use of UNSHIP

15th century


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