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The Reformation, like all great upheavals, beneficent in themselves, led to the unchaining of the spirit of fanaticism and rapine.
THE STORY OF AN ANCIENT PARISHH. R. COULTHARD
The footman in livery—very sleepy and tousled as yet—was unchaining the front door.
THE GIRL FROM SUNSET RANCHAMY BELL MARLOWE
For mothers and for wives there is no redemption, no unchaining of love, save by the coming of the kingdom—in themselves .
MARY MARSTONGEORGE MACDONALD
This unchaining of the worst passions seemed to forbode the most deplorable consequences.
THE WANDERING JEW, COMPLETEEUGENE SUE
Mrs. Dolihide heard him unchaining the gate, and came out upon the veranda.
A YANKEE FROM THE WESTOPIE READ
There was a good deal of unchaining and unbolting, and the door was slowly opened.
THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB, V. 1(OF 2)CHARLES DICKENS
But however the case may be, the glory of unchaining the devil in music belongs to Montreverde.
MUSICAL MEMORIESCAMILLE SAINT-SANS
At last an unchaining, unbarring, unbolting, and key-turning were heard from within the door.
A GENTLEMAN PLAYERROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
It was on the tip of his tongue to add, "and I haven't been yet—" but he checked himself in fear of unchaining the lightning.
ONE MAN IN HIS TIMEELLEN GLASGOW
Religion serves as a pretext for the unchaining of human passions.
THE HEAVENLY FATHERERNEST NAVILLE

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