Miss Jerusha unbolted the door, slid back the great bar, opened the upper half, and stood there.
Our bread was made of unbolted corn, and was cold and clammy.
Then he unbolted the door, dropped the chain, and opened the door.
"I didn't know we had left any of them unbolted," Mrs. Brown said.
He returned to the hall to examine the great door, and found it unbolted, but locked, and the key taken away.
He crossed to the street door, unlocked and unbolted it and pulled it open.
She unbolted the door, and, in the name of their God and hers, she bade the prisoners return to their native land.
At the same moment Quintana unbolted the door from the outside and tried to open it.
He got up from his armchair, unbolted the French windows, and stepped out on to the little paved terrace.
She rose and lifted the trap-door—it was unbolted—and went down.