- to release from a tether: to untether a horse.
Origin of untether
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Examples from the Web for untether
Pieces that, ironically, untether women from their devices while keeping them connected.Wearables Hit the Runway at Fashion Week
September 11, 2014
However it plays out, Axelrod is unlikely to untether himself from Obama anytime soon.Is a White House Shakeup Ahead?
September 7, 2010
Scarcely had the men time to untether and spring upon their horses, when the sentry galloped headlong into the camp.