unsnarl


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un·snarl

 (ŭn-snärl′)
tr.v. un·snarled, un·snarl·ing, un·snarls
To free of snarls; disentangle.

unsnarl

(ʌnˈsnɑːl)
vb
(tr) to free from a snarl or tangle

un•snarl

(ʌnˈsnɑrl)

v.t.
to bring out of a snarled condition; disentangle.
[1545–55]

unsnarl


Past participle: unsnarled
Gerund: unsnarling

Imperative
unsnarl
unsnarl
Present
I unsnarl
you unsnarl
he/she/it unsnarls
we unsnarl
you unsnarl
they unsnarl
Preterite
I unsnarled
you unsnarled
he/she/it unsnarled
we unsnarled
you unsnarled
they unsnarled
Present Continuous
I am unsnarling
you are unsnarling
he/she/it is unsnarling
we are unsnarling
you are unsnarling
they are unsnarling
Present Perfect
I have unsnarled
you have unsnarled
he/she/it has unsnarled
we have unsnarled
you have unsnarled
they have unsnarled
Past Continuous
I was unsnarling
you were unsnarling
he/she/it was unsnarling
we were unsnarling
you were unsnarling
they were unsnarling
Past Perfect
I had unsnarled
you had unsnarled
he/she/it had unsnarled
we had unsnarled
you had unsnarled
they had unsnarled
Future
I will unsnarl
you will unsnarl
he/she/it will unsnarl
we will unsnarl
you will unsnarl
they will unsnarl
Future Perfect
I will have unsnarled
you will have unsnarled
he/she/it will have unsnarled
we will have unsnarled
you will have unsnarled
they will have unsnarled
Future Continuous
I will be unsnarling
you will be unsnarling
he/she/it will be unsnarling
we will be unsnarling
you will be unsnarling
they will be unsnarling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unsnarling
you have been unsnarling
he/she/it has been unsnarling
we have been unsnarling
you have been unsnarling
they have been unsnarling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unsnarling
you will have been unsnarling
he/she/it will have been unsnarling
we will have been unsnarling
you will have been unsnarling
they will have been unsnarling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unsnarling
you had been unsnarling
he/she/it had been unsnarling
we had been unsnarling
you had been unsnarling
they had been unsnarling
Conditional
I would unsnarl
you would unsnarl
he/she/it would unsnarl
we would unsnarl
you would unsnarl
they would unsnarl
Past Conditional
I would have unsnarled
you would have unsnarled
he/she/it would have unsnarled
we would have unsnarled
you would have unsnarled
they would have unsnarled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unsnarl - extricate from entanglementunsnarl - extricate from entanglement; "Can you disentangle the cord?"
order - bring order to or into; "Order these files"
tease apart, loosen, tease - disentangle and raise the fibers of; "tease wool"
ravel, ravel out, unravel - disentangle; "can you unravel the mystery?"
mat, entangle, snarl, tangle - twist together or entwine into a confusing mass; "The child entangled the cord"
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