Unleash [verb]

Definition of Unleash:

let loose

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Sentence/Example of Unleash:

He suddenly realized how puny man was against the forces man could unleash.

A rage that he could not control, an anger that he wanted to unleash to its fullest.

There was a power in her voice that she had not intended to unleash.

I unleash the Press-agent, and off he shoots, in time to get the story into the evening paper.

The great hit also seemed to unleash the fiery spirit which had waited its chance.

The blood—he had smothered and repressed it all his life—to unleash it once, happen what might.

He waited respectfully for me to unleash the words of wisdom.

Unleash your dogs of war and make these hounds of convict stripe pay penalty for the great injury done.

Headquarters thinks they're going to unleash a general attack all along the line in the next few days.

In everything we do, let us unleash the potential of our most precious resource--our citizens.