Definition of unlimber
1 : to detach the limber from and so make ready unlimber a gun for action
2 : to prepare for operation or performance unlimbered his banjo and began to play
: to prepare something for action
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Piers decided to unlimber himself of his views on social media politicizing ad nauseam, at which point Reid pronounced herself nauseated in the finest way possible: This moment was just too beautiful for words, @susannareid100...
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