unclose


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un·close

 (ŭn-klōz′)
v. un·closed, un·clos·ing, un·clos·es
v.tr.
1. To open.
2. To disclose.
v.intr.
1. To be opened.
2. To undergo disclosure.

unclose

(ʌnˈkləʊz)
vb
1. to open or cause to open
2. to come or bring to light; reveal or be revealed

unclose


Past participle: unclosed
Gerund: unclosing

Imperative
unclose
unclose
Present
I unclose
you unclose
he/she/it uncloses
we unclose
you unclose
they unclose
Preterite
I unclosed
you unclosed
he/she/it unclosed
we unclosed
you unclosed
they unclosed
Present Continuous
I am unclosing
you are unclosing
he/she/it is unclosing
we are unclosing
you are unclosing
they are unclosing
Present Perfect
I have unclosed
you have unclosed
he/she/it has unclosed
we have unclosed
you have unclosed
they have unclosed
Past Continuous
I was unclosing
you were unclosing
he/she/it was unclosing
we were unclosing
you were unclosing
they were unclosing
Past Perfect
I had unclosed
you had unclosed
he/she/it had unclosed
we had unclosed
you had unclosed
they had unclosed
Future
I will unclose
you will unclose
he/she/it will unclose
we will unclose
you will unclose
they will unclose
Future Perfect
I will have unclosed
you will have unclosed
he/she/it will have unclosed
we will have unclosed
you will have unclosed
they will have unclosed
Future Continuous
I will be unclosing
you will be unclosing
he/she/it will be unclosing
we will be unclosing
you will be unclosing
they will be unclosing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unclosing
you have been unclosing
he/she/it has been unclosing
we have been unclosing
you have been unclosing
they have been unclosing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unclosing
you will have been unclosing
he/she/it will have been unclosing
we will have been unclosing
you will have been unclosing
they will have been unclosing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unclosing
you had been unclosing
he/she/it had been unclosing
we had been unclosing
you had been unclosing
they had been unclosing
Conditional
I would unclose
you would unclose
he/she/it would unclose
we would unclose
you would unclose
they would unclose
Past Conditional
I would have unclosed
you would have unclosed
he/she/it would have unclosed
we would have unclosed
you would have unclosed
they would have unclosed
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unclose

verb
To become or cause to become open:
References in classic literature ?
Once or twice in the course of a century I unclose my lips.
Monk did not unclose his lips, Monk did not turn his eyes; Monk stroked his mustache with a thoughtful air, which announced that matters were going on badly.
Perhaps tangible materiality of these things: simple, ordinary jeans or a chair in his pictures unclose themselves in all their authentic being.
After finding slain father Elie Maqdessi on 24/8/2012 in Naahmeh locality, Army Intelligence Directorate kicked off investigations to unclose the circumstances of the crime.
Come Holt Spirit to you we would belong unclose us as you enfold us in the warmth and welcome of your embrace.
The description is likewise echoed in Shelley's lines on flowers "which unclose / Their trembling eyelids to the kiss of day" (9-10).
The song ends with a repetition of the piano material first heard at "your slightest look easily will unclose me/though I have closed myself as fingers.
While seeing persona of creator from cosmic dimension the author suggests that Western aesthetic tradition tends to overvalue him and argues that creativity is not merely an invention of new styles but rather a way to unclose deeper, more essential understanding of the world.