Unclench meaning

ŭn-klĕnch
To loosen from a clenched position; relax.

Unclench one's fists.

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To become unclenched.
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To open.
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To open (something that was clenched)

The baby stopped crying and unclenched her fists.

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(intransitive) To relax, especially one's muscles.

Bill, take some deep breaths and unclench.

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Origin of unclench

  • From un- + clench.

    From Wiktionary