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He touched the dead Giant's hand, tried to unclose those rigid fingers.
The Castellan's face was dark with blood, but he didn't unclose his teeth.
Morn tried to cry out, but she couldn't unclose her throat.
He saw her face grow white, and her hands close and unclose themselves.
I hastily shut my sacrilegious eye, and never have been able to unclose it since!'
"Andelain," Covenant whispered thickly, as if he wanted to sing, and could not unclose his throat.
Their iron gates to unclose.
The chieftains hurried to unclose the exit, The Shadow entered his palanquin.
The legionaries had their spears poised, but Gawen forced his fin- gers to unclose.
He allowed his eyelids to unclose themselves a tiny fraction, letting his head still loll limply on his neck.
Like the sea, it promised monts Ct merveilies: you might resent its graces and yet long to unclose its secrets.
The root meaning is "to unclose," which means "to open"; the most common sense is "to make known what was previously unpublished, deliberately held back or kept secret."
Thy ways are bound With petals that unclose When the sun seeks his way Through night and sleep and love to all the dreams of day.
He studied his intertwined hands as if somewhere in their clasped gentleness and butchery were a secret he could not unclose, but he no longer evaded the question.
"Try first if it will open to your hand," said I, shaking off the vague apprehension that had seized me, "while I unclose the shutters and see what is without."
Daffodil and eglantine, And woodbine, Lily, violet, and rose Plentiful in April fair, To the air, Their pretty petals to unclose.
A show you can't get into until your life expectancy has expired, it seems to me, is a closed show, and all the opening in the world is not going to unclose it.
As Zoe designedly relaxed her efforts the service of the house had got to such a pitch that Muffat did not dare to push open a door, to pull a curtain or to unclose a cupboard.
III At that hour when all things have repose, O lonely watcher of the skies, Do you hear the night wind and the sighs Of harps playing unto Love to unclose The pale gates of sunrise?
It was the caress which a dewy maiden--such as the Dawn is, immortally--gives to her sleeping sister, partly from the impulse of irresistible fondness, and partly as a pretty hint that it is time now to unclose her eyes.
Resoluteness refers to one's ability to "unclose" one's framework of intelligibility (i.e., to make sense of one's words and actions in terms of one's life as a whole), and the ability to be receptive to the "call of conscience."
Master, ere the ruby Dawn Gild the dew of leaf and lawn, Bidding the petals to unclose Of heaven's imperishable Rose, Brave heralds, banners flung afar Of the lone and secret star, I come to greet thee.