uncuff

uncuff

(ʌnˈkʌf)
vb (tr)
(Clothing & Fashion) to remove a cuff from
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As the hearing resumed, Zardari requested the court to uncuff the accused persons in the case.
Then, come dry January, you can simply "uncuff" and go back to your perfectly happy, single life.
When I told the lieutenant he was violating the law by ordering the officer not to uncuff me, he remained unmoved.
Usually they use handcuffs that you can remove easily, but this pair couldn't be unlocked without the key, and the girls refused to uncuff me.
One then looked at me and said, oDo you promise not to make trouble if we uncuff you?o
The masked men threatened three prison officers travelling with Farnan and forced them to uncuff him.
Traumatised: Emily is too scared to return to work after her ordeal at the hands of escaped prisoner' Crash damage: Emily's car after Skilling's 70mph escape attempt' Shattered: Broken glass litters the interior where needle was found' Escape attempt: Skilling fled from hospital after forcing his guard to uncuff him
I now realize how naive I was to think the police would then uncuff me, apologize for their terrible mistake and let me go.
"I then saw him moving his hands quickly under a blanket and he managed to uncuff himself using a fork.
It's a dating term for when you get yourself a partner for the winter so you'll have someone to snuggle up to on the couch, then you "uncuff" each other in the spring?
The masked men threatened three prison officers who were travelling with the prisoner and forced them to uncuff him.
The masked men threatened the three prison officers from Wormwood Scrubs travelling with the prisoner and forced them to uncuff him.