unclench

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un·clench

 (ŭn-klĕnch′)
v. un·clenched, un·clench·ing, un·clench·es
v.tr.
To loosen from a clenched position; relax: unclench one's fists.
v.intr.
To become unclenched.

unclench

(ʌnˈklɛntʃ)
vb (tr)
to open (clenched teeth, a clenched fist, etc)
Translations

unclench

[ˈʌnˈklentʃ] VTaflojar
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Finding it to be a sealed box she clenches then unclenches her jaw.
inauguration that we will reach out our hand if the other side unclenches its
As he looks at the reflection, he clenches and unclenches his one hand while--and it appears as though both hands and are clenching and unclenching.
The famously frosty Anna (she was once dubbed Nuclear Wintour) unclenches enough to let RJ Cutler behind the scenes to show how they put together the publication that will guide fashionistas through their wardrobe choices for a season.
Bush, who sought to isolate Tehran over nuclear work the West suspects is aimed at making bombs, Obama has offered to extend a hand of peace to Iran if "it unclenches its fist".