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Synonyms for unbolted

not firmly fastened or secured

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The weather agency defines an intensity of lower 6 as strong enough to most heavy and unbolted furniture moves and falls.
By early morning, it was moving through suburban Inglewood, where some light poles were unbolted and turned so their arms wouldn't hit the towering tank.
To get to those gears, the two major parts of the tractor have to be unbolted and separated.
He unbolted the blower and auger from the snowblower, and then mounted a small child's wagon in their place.
Criminal unbolted drive shaft of Toyota Hilux, believed to have been disturbed.
Prosecutor Richard Matthews QC told jurors: "An employee of NEMOC was operating a large crane and was in the process of lowering the cross beam that had been unbolted when it appears the plate girders became unstable.
In a very real sense, the hazards increased as, day by day, the structural integrity of the building was weakened as steel bolts were unbolted and removed.
A toilet I visited in Machynlleth had an assistant to whom you paid 20p, he then unbolted the door.
The exhibition was divided into five parts named Babylon Katutura, Desert Landscape, Definitions of Space, Men are Working in Town and Story Unbolted.
The memorial bench was unbolted from the ground and hoisted over a locked gate at Corley Cricket Club, near Coventry.
The roads to the cathedral grounds had been cordoned by police and soldiers and the gates bolted shut from the inside, but the mourners pounded and yelled, rushing in all at once when a church volunteer relented and unbolted a door.
Virtually every single part of it can be unbolted or unscrewed.
They unbolted a fence panel to access the site from the Tame Valley canal which runs next to the allotments," he said.
Amazingly every panel could be unbolted from the car.
The boy escaped because the Burlington Road nursery's gate was unbolted, an official report revealed.