- If you have been very calm about problems in the past and are suddenly pushed over the edge and reach the end of your patience, yelling at the company giving you problems, this is an example of a time when your anger is unleashed.
- When your dog has been contained in a crate all day and you go home and let him out and he runs wild, this is an example of a time when you unleash him.
Unleash is to let something go.
to release from or as from a leash
transitive verbun·leashed, un·leash·ing, un·leash·es
- To release or loose from a leash: unleashed the guard dogs.
- To set free from restraints: unleashed his anger.
(third-person singular simple present unleashes, present participle unleashing, simple past and past participle unleashed)
- leash up