: to remove a case or covering from (something)uncase a pair of binoculars
Examples of uncase in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe guides convened, deciding after witnessing our demonstration in rowing futility to bind the rafts together, tighten down gear once more, and uncase a motor to ease our Ben Hur-style ramming speed on what was now a watery treadmill.
Sunset Magazine, 28 July 2022 Gusts of 65 miles per hour hit us head-on, prompting us to tie all four rafts together, tighten down gear once more, and uncase a motor to ease the pain of what was becoming futile manual labor.
J.d. Simkins, Sunset Magazine, 4 May 2022 Other band members drift in, uncase their instruments and take quick solos before the full band swings into the close.
Susan Delson, WSJ, 16 Dec. 2021 In a search, the officer found a Smith & Wesson MP .40-caliber handgun, which was uncased and unloaded under the passenger seat.
Staff Report, chicagotribune.com, 5 Aug. 2017
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