unmuffle

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un·muf·fle

 (ŭn-mŭf′əl)
v. un·muf·fled, un·muf·fling, un·muf·fles
v.tr.
To free from a garment or device that muffles.
v.intr.
To remove or cast off something that muffles.

unmuffle

(ʌnˈmʌfəl)
vb (tr)
to remove something that muffles

unmuffle


Past participle: unmuffled
Gerund: unmuffling

Imperative
unmuffle
unmuffle
Present
I unmuffle
you unmuffle
he/she/it unmuffles
we unmuffle
you unmuffle
they unmuffle
Preterite
I unmuffled
you unmuffled
he/she/it unmuffled
we unmuffled
you unmuffled
they unmuffled
Present Continuous
I am unmuffling
you are unmuffling
he/she/it is unmuffling
we are unmuffling
you are unmuffling
they are unmuffling
Present Perfect
I have unmuffled
you have unmuffled
he/she/it has unmuffled
we have unmuffled
you have unmuffled
they have unmuffled
Past Continuous
I was unmuffling
you were unmuffling
he/she/it was unmuffling
we were unmuffling
you were unmuffling
they were unmuffling
Past Perfect
I had unmuffled
you had unmuffled
he/she/it had unmuffled
we had unmuffled
you had unmuffled
they had unmuffled
Future
I will unmuffle
you will unmuffle
he/she/it will unmuffle
we will unmuffle
you will unmuffle
they will unmuffle
Future Perfect
I will have unmuffled
you will have unmuffled
he/she/it will have unmuffled
we will have unmuffled
you will have unmuffled
they will have unmuffled
Future Continuous
I will be unmuffling
you will be unmuffling
he/she/it will be unmuffling
we will be unmuffling
you will be unmuffling
they will be unmuffling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unmuffling
you have been unmuffling
he/she/it has been unmuffling
we have been unmuffling
you have been unmuffling
they have been unmuffling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unmuffling
you will have been unmuffling
he/she/it will have been unmuffling
we will have been unmuffling
you will have been unmuffling
they will have been unmuffling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unmuffling
you had been unmuffling
he/she/it had been unmuffling
we had been unmuffling
you had been unmuffling
they had been unmuffling
Conditional
I would unmuffle
you would unmuffle
he/she/it would unmuffle
we would unmuffle
you would unmuffle
they would unmuffle
Past Conditional
I would have unmuffled
you would have unmuffled
he/she/it would have unmuffled
we would have unmuffled
you would have unmuffled
they would have unmuffled
References in classic literature ?
van der Luyden could not remain deaf to such a call, and reluctantly but heroically they had come to town, unmuffled the house, and sent out invitations for two dinners and an evening reception.
And this fighting was done with the fighter pilot's head and upper body exposed to the buffeting, frigid slipstream, his ears assaulted with the detonating thunder of the unmuffled engine, and his body unrestrained by a seatbelt and without a parachute.
Mrs Lois Allely, Beoley Birmingham Mail, April 30, 1955 Nowadays one's enjoyment at the theatre is often marred by loud unmuffled coughs from
SPENCER -- The unmuffled, staccato sputter of antique farm tractors provided a counterpoint to the bellow of Holsteins, Ayrshires, Jerseys and Guernseys as folks from throughout the region gathered Saturday for the opening of the 65th annual Worcester County 4-H Fair.
Too many years of unmuffled engine noise have taken a toll.
We live in an era of noise assault: traffic, industry, low-flying aircraft, emergency sirens, unmuffled street cycles and such.
I don't know what it is about death and the fact clocks don't stop, pianos remain unmuffled and planes don't have the consideration to write She Is Dead in the sky for all the world to see your pain.
The moment when Parolles is most alive is the moment when, unmuffled, he grasps that a plot by his comrades has crushed him.
The utterly tense dying away at the end absolutely to nothing (and not ruined by over-enthusiastic applause or unmuffled splutters), a moment of intense serenity which is hard to bring off and breathtaking to experience.
Then the two of them would tear by the house, the unmuffled car engine breaking the night in a long, explosive roar.
The driver also endured extreme noise: The diesel engine was unmuffled with the exhaust stack only a short distance from the driver's seat.