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untruss

verb un·truss \-ˈtrəs\

Definition of UNTRUSS

transitive verb
1
archaic :  untie, unfasten —used in the phrase untruss one's points
2
archaic :  undress
intransitive verb
archaic :  to unfasten or take off one's clothes and especially one's breeches

First Known Use of UNTRUSS

15th century

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