unround

un·round

 (ŭn-round′)
tr.v. un·round·ed, un·round·ing, un·rounds
To pronounce (a sound) with the lips in a flattened or neutral position.

unround

(ʌnˈraʊnd)
adj
not round
vb (tr)
(Linguistics) to release (lips) from a rounded position, esp in pronunciation

un•round

(ʌnˈraʊnd)

v.t.
1. to articulate (an ordinarily rounded vowel) without rounding the lips.
2. to extend (the lips) laterally in a spread or neutral position.
[1605–15]
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