Once in the house he collected what he listed, unbarred the door, and walked away with his spoil.
She crept to the floor, yawning, tiptoed to the door, and unbarred it.
As he spoke, Fernando indeed felt as if the doors of his spirit, until now rusty with prejudice, had been unbarred.
Daddy Skinner unbarred the door when he heard Tessibel call his name.
He shut the window, stole to the door, unbarred it gently, and admitted his visitor.
All day long he neither opened the door nor unbarred the shutters.
No one was stirring except Giacomo, who stood by the threshold of the door, which he had just unbarred, feeding the house-dog.
“Now you can go,” quietly said Cousin as he unbarred the door.
He welcomed the step of Mervale at his threshold, and unbarred the door.
She paused, and then, with the fearlessness of innocence, descended and unbarred the door.