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unstuck

adjective un·stuck \ˌən-ˈstək\

: able to move freely : no longer stuck

Full Definition of UNSTUCK

:  brought into a state of disarray, discomposure, or incoherence <the deal came unstuck>

Examples of UNSTUCK

  1. We couldn't get the steering wheel unstuck.

First Known Use of UNSTUCK

1911

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