untwisted

[uhn-twis-tid]
adjective
not twisted.

Origin:
1565–75; un-1 + twist + -ed2

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untwist

[uhn-twist]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
to bring or come out of a twisted condition.

Origin:
1530–40; un-2 + twist

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Example sentences
He fidgeted with the foil, untwisted the wire, then worked on the cork.
The surgeon removed the intestine from the tear and untwisted the knotted intestine.
Twisting or braiding strands of these materials together made them stronger than single untwisted fibers.
From the point of view of construction, the best type of wing is the untapered, untwisted wing.
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