Examples of unhitch in a Sentence
We unhitched the trailer from the car.
Recent Examples of unhitch from the Web
Hawken, who formerly lived in New Zealand, is proposing unhitching the trailer to leave it in place for three seasons and renting four spaces instead of two.
Even as North Carolina unhitched from its conservative Southern heritage in the past decade and became a battleground state — President Obama won here in 2008 — Republicans were taking over state government.
After three hours, Maddin unhitched the trailer and drove away, despite his employer’s order to stay with the cargo.
A sentence with a missing comma is a horse trailer coming unhitched on a highway at 70 miles per hour.
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UNHITCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unhitch for English Language Learners
: to disconnect (something) that is attached to something else by a knot, hook, or hitch
UNHITCH Defined for Kids
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