verb (used with object)
Related formsun·chain·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for unchain
He says we want to unchain the banks; no one wants to unchain the banks.Rick Santorum: Here Are the Reasons That Romney Might Lose|Howard Kurtz|August 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The royalists only awaited the favorable moment to unchain their vengeance on the capital.The Sword of Honor, volumes 1 & 2|Eugne Sue
At that date it was no little matter to coax him round to unchain his vessel.Field and Hedgerow|Richard Jefferies
We cannot assume that Russia desires to unchain such a European war.
May not a modern Riquetti unchain so much, and set it drifting—which also shall be seen?
The death of this infamous Gaudry, just though it was, will unchain against our city the fury of the clericals.