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  • verb transitive To remove a collar from.


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  • At least one sul'dam had been necessary to uncollar the Sea Folk damane.

    Knife of Dreams Jordan, Robert, 1948- 2005

  • Normal routine when we get home is uncollar the mother (she has gone around naked her entire life, except when off our property, and stares at you if you ever try to leave her collar on in the house), then unleash whichever sister has behaved herself the most on the walk.

    grouse Diary Entry grouse 2002

  • And freedom is only good as a means; is no end in itself Nor, did man fight it out against his masters to the haft, not then, would he uncollar his neck from the yoke.

    Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. II (of 2) Herman Melville 1855


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