Definition of "unclutch" [un•clutch]

  • To open (something tightly closed). (verb)
  • To disengage (a clutch, etc.). (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unclutch" in a sentence
  • "Also, it's a little silly to call Johan "unclutch" based solely on his own high standards in "low leverage" situations."
  • "While I don't believe Reyes is "unclutch", it cannot be denied that he has struggled in September the last two seasons."
  • "Rivera being "unclutch" for his career was a surprise, thought it's only at -0.12 per season."