unpaste (unpastes, present participle unpasting; past and past participle unpasted)

  1. (transitive) To remove or take down (something pasted); to unstick.
    • 1848, Parliamentary Papers (volume 27, page 283)
      […] He took away the frame itself, as well as the notice.
      Mr. MacCulloch. I recollect Mr. Dobrée stating that his reason for taking the cadre was, that the notice was pasted, and that he could not unpaste it.

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