References in classic literature ?
I was so pale I couldn't think for a moment; then I got softly and carefully up and unstrapped my knapsack.
So the blower got down and went with him, and after a time they saw a man who was standing on one leg, and had unstrapped the other and laid it near him.
I am a runner,' answered he; 'and so that I shall not go too quickly, I have unstrapped one leg; when I run with two legs, I go faster than a bird flies.
He unstrapped his knapsack, put it, with his stick, on the hedge-bank, and opened the gate.
In each a good fire blazed cheerfully; my portmanteau was already unstrapped, the table in the sitting-room already laid; and I could not help looking twice at the silver and the glass, so bright was their condition, so good their quality.
At this, the lame man, who had taken off his wooden leg and unstrapped his own leg, and was sitting with it stretched out upon the grass so as to rest it, made room for Robin among them.
He unstrapped the belly-band and the back-band, took away the reins, loosened the collar-strap, and removed the shaft-bow, talking to him all the time to encourage him.
He unstrapped the tin bucket and began to bale the pool.
I sat down in the darkness and unstrapped my wooden leg.
I'm afraid you'll find things pretty rough,' he resumed, when he had unstrapped my valise, and handed my reins to his man.
The silence was louder than ever She lifted the pushchair into the hall and unstrapped Josh, who'd already started squirming for release.
Ertl said: "When I see that parents have dropped their child off at the nursery, their other child is in the car unstrapped.