Etymology
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unleash (v.)

1670s, from un- (2) "reverse, opposite of" + leash (v.). Related: Unleashed; unleashing.

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Definitions of unleash

unleash (v.)
release or vent;
unleash one's anger
unleash (v.)
release from a leash;
unleash the dogs in the park
unleash (v.)
turn loose or free from restraint;
Synonyms: let loose / loose
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