uncord

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uncord

(ʌnˈkɔːd)
vb (tr)
1. to release (a bow, etc) from cords
2. to untie the cords around (a package, etc)
References in classic literature ?
On inquiry, the countess learned that Madame Schoss was offended because her trunk had been taken down from its cart, and all the loads were being uncorded and the luggage taken out of the carts to make room for wounded men whom the count in the simplicity of his heart had ordered that they should take with them.
Tenders invited for Supply of loose uncorded ear plug refills
Disposable earplugs - These are available in corded, uncorded and metal detectable versions.
If the piping is flat or uncorded, miter it on the underside at each corner using a hand or machine stitch (5).
FirmFit earplugs provide effective 30 NRR dB hearing protection and are a) easy to roll down and insert, with plenty of time to adjust for a proper fit; b) bright orange in color for high-visibility identification; and, c) available in corded and uncorded versions.
I also wonder why a battery is better with these, but I'll agree that an uncorded mouse has more flexibility, more freedom.
Quite often a safety manager will interpret this to mean offering one earplug, in corded and uncorded styles.
The new Super Leights-USA are available in both corded and uncorded versions.