uncock

uncock

(ʌnˈkɒk)
vb (intr)
(of wrists) to bend into a cocked position during a golf swing
vb (tr)
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) to lower the cock of (a gun)

uncock

(ʌnˈkɒk)
vb (tr)
to remove (hay or other crops) from cocks

uncock


Past participle: uncocked
Gerund: uncocking

Imperative
uncock
uncock
Present
I uncock
you uncock
he/she/it uncocks
we uncock
you uncock
they uncock
Preterite
I uncocked
you uncocked
he/she/it uncocked
we uncocked
you uncocked
they uncocked
Present Continuous
I am uncocking
you are uncocking
he/she/it is uncocking
we are uncocking
you are uncocking
they are uncocking
Present Perfect
I have uncocked
you have uncocked
he/she/it has uncocked
we have uncocked
you have uncocked
they have uncocked
Past Continuous
I was uncocking
you were uncocking
he/she/it was uncocking
we were uncocking
you were uncocking
they were uncocking
Past Perfect
I had uncocked
you had uncocked
he/she/it had uncocked
we had uncocked
you had uncocked
they had uncocked
Future
I will uncock
you will uncock
he/she/it will uncock
we will uncock
you will uncock
they will uncock
Future Perfect
I will have uncocked
you will have uncocked
he/she/it will have uncocked
we will have uncocked
you will have uncocked
they will have uncocked
Future Continuous
I will be uncocking
you will be uncocking
he/she/it will be uncocking
we will be uncocking
you will be uncocking
they will be uncocking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been uncocking
you have been uncocking
he/she/it has been uncocking
we have been uncocking
you have been uncocking
they have been uncocking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been uncocking
you will have been uncocking
he/she/it will have been uncocking
we will have been uncocking
you will have been uncocking
they will have been uncocking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been uncocking
you had been uncocking
he/she/it had been uncocking
we had been uncocking
you had been uncocking
they had been uncocking
Conditional
I would uncock
you would uncock
he/she/it would uncock
we would uncock
you would uncock
they would uncock
Past Conditional
I would have uncocked
you would have uncocked
he/she/it would have uncocked
we would have uncocked
you would have uncocked
they would have uncocked
Translations

uncock

vt gunsichern
References in classic literature ?
"Gentlemen," he said, "uncock your muskets, one of them may go off by accident; and if the shot chanced to wound one of my men, we should knock over a couple of hundreds of yours, for which we should, indeed, be very sorry, but you even more so; especially as such a thing is neither contemplated by you nor by myself."
Then, turning toward Planchet, he made him a sign to uncock his musketoon.
I never waited for to look further, but uncocked my gun and went sneaking back on my tiptoes as fast as ever I could.
The pistol was uncocked, the burden was resumed, and the party slowly toiled along the bank.
There are 24 patents active or pending on the Sub-1, but the most significant must be the ability to uncock the bow.
There was no direct confrontation, but as Peyser was leaving, he fired the gun by accident while trying to uncock it in the hallway.
Those of us who shoot crossbows have wanted the option of not having to uncock our bows by shooting them at the end of legal hunting time.
Editor's note: It only takes seconds, armorers, to uncock a weapon, slide the boll forward, and set it on SEMI or off SAFE.
As a result, Oxfordshire assistant deputy coroner Andrew Walker said, he put his hand over the top of the upwards-pointing barrel and used his foot to try to uncock it.
Mr Philpotts said: ``At that point the defendant came out of his house carrying what appeared to be a rifle which he proceeded to cock and uncock.
The firing squad in Kilkenny can uncock their rifles for another 12 months.
For months the generals have been pumped up for an invasion, hightech slaughter, another victory for the microchip, and at the last conceivable second have been told to change the software, uncock the gun--but go ahead anyway and try not to break things.