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un·rig (ŭn-rĭg′) tr.v. un·rigged
To strip (a vessel) of rigging.
unrig ( ʌnˈrɪɡ) vb
-rigging or -rigged 1. (Nautical Terms) ( tr) to strip (a vessel) of standing and running rigging 2. archaic or dialect to undress (someone or oneself) un•rig (ʌnˈrɪg) v.t. -rigged, -rig•ging.
1. to strip of rigging, as a ship.
2. to strip of equipment.
unrig Past participle: unrigged Gerund: unrigging Imperative Present Preterite Present Continuous Present Perfect Past Continuous Past Perfect Future Future Perfect Future Continuous Present Perfect Continuous Future Perfect Continuous Past Perfect Continuous Conditional Past Conditional
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