verb (used with object), un·sheathed, un·sheath·ing.
Origin of unsheathe
Examples from the Web for unsheathe
I doubt that Clinton would choose the occasion of remarks she intended to be private as her opportunity to unsheathe the sword.
I say, rather than that apostates should flourish here, I will unsheathe my bowie-knife, and conquer or die.The Mormon Prophet and His Harem|C.V. Waite
Never will I unsheathe my sword to aid the cause of tyranny and injustice—such vile work I leave to slaves and hirelings.The Circassian Chief|W.H.G. Kingston
The ushers then put on their caps, unsheathe their swords, or raise their bayonets, and form an arch with them.The Etiquette of To-day|Edith B. Ordway