Ungirding - definition of ungirding by The Free Dictionary
ungird (redirected from ungirding)
poetic to remove a belt, girdle, harness, etc from around (a person or animal)
Past participle: ungirded
(ungirt (pt, pp)
) → desceñir
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Coleman's revision highlights the white privilege ungirding
the ability to have a "selfish" youth, a privilege denied her and the youth in her community.
And I shall be ungirding
my loins to report from the front line.
And then there was the further complication of the special relationship that the act of knighting created between the newly girded knight and the minister of the quasi-sacramental ungirding