Leave it unstopped for three weeks, and in about three months it will be fit for bottling.
He rose as before with alacrity, rung his bell in reply, and unstopped his needle.
If the bottle be stopped, the colour will disappear; but when unstopped, it will return.
Before he put the instrument under his chin he unstopped his ears.
As he unstopped the touch-hole and tried with the priming-wire whether the cartridge was home, he was stunned by a fresh thought.
He unstopped his canteen and pressed the nozzle to Manners' lips.
The phial must be carefully corked, and when used should be unstopped, to admit the external air, and closed again.
He pointed where a short and crooked mast lay, unstopped, along the side.
Then shall the eyes of the blind be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped.
Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, and the ears of the deaf shall be unstopped.