v. t.1.To cause to be no longer clinched; to open; as, to unclinch the fist.
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More than half of the 16 playoff berths are unclinched with the postseason set to start in less than two weeks.
It is inconceivable that McCoy will stop at 4,000, here in midseason with a 19th title as yet unclinched.
Early on in his first term, Obama said he is ready to extend a hand of friendship to Iran if Tehran had unclinched its fist.