verb (used with object), un·ken·neled, un·ken·nel·ing or (especially British) un·ken·nelled, un·ken·nel·ling.
verb (used without object), un·ken·neled, un·ken·nel·ing or (especially British) un·ken·nelled, un·ken·nel·ling.
Origin of unkennel
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Historical Examples of unkennel
It is the intention of the first consul gradually to unkennel this clattering race of females, when it can be done with safety.The Stranger in France
Now, said he to his captains, as he found himself beyond the Marches, we must unkennel this young red fox.Runnymede and Lincoln Fair
When they unkennel a lion or a tiger, they pursue him till he stops to defend himself.