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.
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How to use unkennel in a sentence
When they unkennel a lion or a tiger, they pursue him till he stops to defend himself.
“He is nowhere below, but we shall probably unkennel him in the upper story,” I heard one of them say as they mounted the stairs.In New Granada|W.H.G. Kingston
Now, said he to his captains, as he found himself beyond the Marches, we must unkennel this young red fox.Runnymede and Lincoln Fair|J.G. Edgar
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|John Carr