Thesaurus / unleashed


And the Commandos were spreading out to the north, south, and east like the unleashed waters of a flood tide.

In a few minutes the unleashed dogs are yelping on his track.

The Brothers' WarJohn Calvin Reed

This done, the amateur talent is unleashed, and the grim work begins.

The Girl on the BoatPelham Grenville Wodehouse

So taken aback was I by this unleashed hostility that for a moment I had nothing to say.

The KillerStewart Edward White

All the ferocity of him, all the unleashed wish to rend and kill, was blazing in his soul.

GladiatorPhilip Wylie

Two of the capstones yielded and fell, with a noise that was drowned by the still greater roar of the unleashed waters.

The red-fanged, savage hounds of hate, In a victors drunken might: The unleashed, howling gray hordes Sweeping plain and height.

Trench Ballads and Other VersesErwin Clarkson Garrett

When the hounds were unleashed they ran this way and that, and swiftly came upon his scent.

Paul had succeeded; his research had ended in the dissection of the atom; he had unleashed the sub-atomic power of matter.

Merril brought the Arrow in to within fifty miles and then unleashed the fury of his forward tubes.

The PeacemakerAlfred Coppel


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