v. t.1.To take a swaddle from; to unswathe.
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Another scoffed at the pretensions of anthropologists, who believed that they could establish foreign policy "in less time than you can unswaddle a baby.
We are the wistful woman Who sees another unswaddle The bloom of a small ripe body When windows blaze in the west, Mourning the waste of her womb Like barren queens at a chrism, Praying for life to seed, And a mouth to hurt her breast.