unstitch

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unstitch

(ʌnˈstɪtʃ)
vb (tr)
1. (Knitting & Sewing) to remove or undo the stitches of
2. to undo (work that has been done)

unstitch


Past participle: unstitched
Gerund: unstitching

Imperative
unstitch
unstitch
Present
I unstitch
you unstitch
he/she/it unstitches
we unstitch
you unstitch
they unstitch
Preterite
I unstitched
you unstitched
he/she/it unstitched
we unstitched
you unstitched
they unstitched
Present Continuous
I am unstitching
you are unstitching
he/she/it is unstitching
we are unstitching
you are unstitching
they are unstitching
Present Perfect
I have unstitched
you have unstitched
he/she/it has unstitched
we have unstitched
you have unstitched
they have unstitched
Past Continuous
I was unstitching
you were unstitching
he/she/it was unstitching
we were unstitching
you were unstitching
they were unstitching
Past Perfect
I had unstitched
you had unstitched
he/she/it had unstitched
we had unstitched
you had unstitched
they had unstitched
Future
I will unstitch
you will unstitch
he/she/it will unstitch
we will unstitch
you will unstitch
they will unstitch
Future Perfect
I will have unstitched
you will have unstitched
he/she/it will have unstitched
we will have unstitched
you will have unstitched
they will have unstitched
Future Continuous
I will be unstitching
you will be unstitching
he/she/it will be unstitching
we will be unstitching
you will be unstitching
they will be unstitching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unstitching
you have been unstitching
he/she/it has been unstitching
we have been unstitching
you have been unstitching
they have been unstitching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unstitching
you will have been unstitching
he/she/it will have been unstitching
we will have been unstitching
you will have been unstitching
they will have been unstitching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unstitching
you had been unstitching
he/she/it had been unstitching
we had been unstitching
you had been unstitching
they had been unstitching
Conditional
I would unstitch
you would unstitch
he/she/it would unstitch
we would unstitch
you would unstitch
they would unstitch
Past Conditional
I would have unstitched
you would have unstitched
he/she/it would have unstitched
we would have unstitched
you would have unstitched
they would have unstitched
Translations

unstitch

[ˈʌnˈstɪtʃ] VTdescoser
to come unstitcheddescoserse

unstitch

vt seamauftrennen; zipheraustrennen; to come unstitchedaufgehen; (fig)nicht klappen, danebengehen
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Indeed, throughout the course of "Solitary and Wild," Fitzpatrick deftly unstitches Louis's "finely embroidered autobiographical writings" to illustrate how the poet has woven a compelling, if skewed, portrait of his father, which was driven in part by a desire for personal reconciliation, what Fitzpatrick convincingly proves is that MacNeice's father was not in fact the Home Ruler his son portrayed him to be, but a politically more nuanced and guarded figure who, in later life, reinterpreted parts of his earlier career in order to pursue a more intercommunal, irenic approach to the social and religious difficulties in the troubled North of Ireland.
If this tetric virginity Cannot remove its psalms from the heart then there prevails no peace at all for she who unstitches, night and day, trite things from the lips.
Acrobat falling into a net of ash, in the flames her mouth drips wax, her eyebrows peel off, her sex unstitches its tiny mirrors.
Even the movie's sophisticated self-reflexivity--the way it gleefully unstitches the fantasmic seamlessness of the cinematic apparatus--is casually brushed off, for in this almost exclusively class-based reading, The Wizard of Oz simply mystifies the hegemonic power relations of industrial capitalism.
You've seen for yourself how when I walk without a bra my tits sort of dawdle one pace behind the body, how my fingers, when not alert, go each their separate way; and besides, I'm a woman with a pitchfork who unstitches all your similes back to life.