- 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.
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
- If you have a four-footed friend that's more diva than doggie, using OPI dog nail polish (aka OPI Pawlish) will be just the thing you need to unleash her attitude, style and flair.
- In addition, some parents feel like they should explain why they are homeschooling or unleash their complaints regarding their child's school on the board of education.
- Go ahead and click this option where you can feel free to unleash all your vivid anger into a short ten-paragraph note that just might be built upon your insecurities regarding that warranty you didn't purchase.
- After some time fighting the computer opponents in the Dragonball Z PS3 game, you will find out that you can unleash some of the same combos and moves over and over again to win fights.
- Unleash your Mii creation on the world through the Mii Channel and watch your Mii show up in the unlikeliest of places, like the ranking screen of the Mario Kart Channel.