AskDefine | Define unclench

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English

Etymology

From un- + clench.

Pronunciation

Verb

  1. to open (something) that was clenched
    The baby stopped crying and unclenched her fists.
  2. to relax, especially one's muscles
    Bill, take some deep breaths and unclench.

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