uncase


uncase
/ʌnˈkeɪs/ (say un'kays)

verb (t) (uncased, uncasing)
1. to remove from its case; take the case or casing off.
2. to strip or bare.
3. to reveal; make known.
{un-2 + case2}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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