: to free from or as if from a leash : let loose <unleash the dogs> <unleashing his anger>
: to throw, shoot, or set in motion forcefully <unleashed a superb shot … to earn his side a point — New York Times>
Examples of UNLEASH
- The storm unleashed its fury.
- The editorial unleashed a torrent of angry responses.
First Known Use of UNLEASH
Related to UNLEASH
- loose, loosen, uncork, release, unlock, unloose, unloosen
- bridle, check, constrain, contain, control, curb, govern, hold, inhibit, regulate, rein (in), restrain, smother, tame
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