verb (used with object), un·muz·zled, un·muz·zling.
to remove a muzzle from (a dog, cat, etc.).
to free from restraint, as speech or expression.
Origin of unmuzzle
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They think the old man will be well enough to unmuzzle before noon, but he's been acting like a bad case of dog-days all morning.At Good Old Siwash
to take the muzzle off (a dog, etc)
to free from control or censorship
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