unleash one's anger. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
unleash the dogs in the park. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
And the vigilantism that Mr. Lindsay’s idea can unleash is scary. From Wordnik.com. [Citizen’s arrest : Law is Cool] Reference
We are laughing at the urgency the students are showing when we "unleash" them onto the wiki. From Wordnik.com. [Teaching wikis to future educators: My virtual presentation at the College of William and Mary] Reference
It's a place to "unleash" to a group of people who empathize but don't feel sorry for you, who care but don't judge. From Wordnik.com. [Columbia Missourian: Latest Articles] Reference
"unleash" the full potential of both the human hand and the imagination of the user. From Wordnik.com. Reference
These conflicts may unleash more bad feelings than good. From Wordnik.com. [The New Coin Of The Realm] Reference
The soaring market might unleash inflationary spending. From Wordnik.com. [Bubble Trouble?] Reference
This cascade can unleash effects from birth defects to cancer. From Wordnik.com. [Don't Drink The Dioxin] Reference
Most programs let you unleash your creativity at your own pace. From Wordnik.com. [Say It With Pixels] Reference
A number of lawmakers are calling to, in effect, unleash the CIA. From Wordnik.com. [The Road To September 11] Reference
We always overshoot our expectation once the rules are clear and you unleash innovation. From Wordnik.com. [What Green Jobs?] Reference
"The resulting conflict would unleash the worst form of Islamic militancy in South Asia.". From Wordnik.com. [Al Qaeda's New Threat] Reference
Can't we just unleash some sort of robo-program on all that computer code and clean it up?. From Wordnik.com. [The Day The World Shuts Down] Reference
Analysts have warned that a full-blown market collapse in China could unleash urban unrest. From Wordnik.com. [A Pop Without Punch] Reference
If the Yanks need another player, they'll unleash the secret weapon: Steinbrenner's pockets. From Wordnik.com. [Now She's Not Just Listening] Reference
U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman wants to unleash a congressional investigation of Kinsey's past work. From Wordnik.com. [Weird Science: Kinsey's Pedophile] Reference
McCain, by contrast, used the solemn occasion to unleash more harsh and tone-deaf shots at Obama. From Wordnik.com. [McCain and the Zigzag Express] Reference
That would solve the problem of bureaucratic multitiered management and unleash a lot of energies. From Wordnik.com. [A Little Advice For The New Ceo] Reference
And more disposable cash will help unleash the pent-up "consumer desires" of this underclass, says Gao. From Wordnik.com. [China Slows Down] Reference
No one worried that crossing a tangerine and a grapefruit would unleash a devastating plague of tangelos. From Wordnik.com. [Splashing In The Gene Pool] Reference
As I was about to unleash mine, I thought about something the writer Philip Roth told me recently in New York. From Wordnik.com. [Of Players And Spectators] Reference
The drop in corporate income and capitalgains-tax rates, for example, was supposed to unleash an investment boom. From Wordnik.com. [The Fat And Happy '80S] Reference
That act was supposed to unleash the Baby Bells and the big long-distance companies to raid each other's markets. From Wordnik.com. [Behind The Phone Frenzy] Reference
In the case of Iran, it would unleash an Arab and Muslim nuclear-arms race in the most dangerous region in the world. From Wordnik.com. [Letters] Reference
Now, this mood threatens to stop — and even unravel — the very economic reforms that helped unleash the present boom. From Wordnik.com. [Calculating to A Fault] Reference
A better health-care system would unleash domestic spending and thereby boost employment, especially in retail and services. From Wordnik.com. [Why China Is Too Scared to Spend] Reference
And Simon & Schuster, the publisher of "How to Win Friends and Influence People," will unleash the legendary book on the mainland. From Wordnik.com. [Next: Tom Peters] Reference
Get them to finish out the season and then the owners will unilaterally unleash a host of new and unpalatable contract provisions. From Wordnik.com. [Starr Gazing: Will Baseball Make It Through 2002?] Reference
Next month Conde Nast, home to GQ and Glamour, will unleash Cargo, a bimonthly guide to buying everything from socks to sports cars. From Wordnik.com. [SHOP THERAPY FOR GUYS] Reference
"You cannot unleash this monster of corruption outside your borders and expect it to not come back and eat at society at home," says Eigen. From Wordnik.com. [The End Of Swag?] Reference
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