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Synonyms for unclose

to become or cause to become open


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The symbol of dream in this work perhaps emerged not accidentally--after all, exactly in this dream people unclose to the flow of consciousness and admit the words of other world into the unconscious.
After finding slain father Elie Maqdessi on 24/8/2012 in Naahmeh locality, Army Intelligence Directorate kicked off investigations to unclose the circumstances of the crime.
The description is likewise echoed in Shelley's lines on flowers "which unclose / Their trembling eyelids to the kiss of day" (9-10).
While seeing persona of creator from cosmic dimension the author suggests that Western aesthetic tradition tends to overvalue him and argues that creativity is not merely an invention of new styles but rather a way to unclose deeper, more essential understanding of the world.
your slightest look easily will unclose me though i have closed myself as lingers, you open always petal by petal myself as Spring opens (touching skilfully,mysteriously)her first rose
However declassified secret files from the Foreign Office now unclose a much more sinister tale.
Soon as thy letters trembling I unclose, That well-known name awakens all
30pm, not because I was sorry for myself, but because for all those senior citizens fortunate to have the luxury of loving family, there are others that, because of deceased wives, or unclose family ties with children that have grown up and gone to far away parts, there is no future for them.
Cinema has the ability to revitalize a past of city and point out even most latent and underground dimensions of city, unclose new parameters of space and time.