Unkennel
Unkennel Un*ken"nel, v. t. [1st un- + kennel.] [1913 Webster] 1. To drive from a kennel or hole; as, to unkennel a fox. [1913 Webster]

2. Fig.: To discover; to disclose. --Shak. [1913 Webster]


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  • unkennel — [unken′əl] vt. unkenneled or unkennelled, unkenneling or unkennelling 1. a) to drive from a den or hole b) to release from a kennel 2. to bring to light; uncover; disclose …   English World dictionary

  • unkennel — /un ken l/, v., unkenneled, unkenneling or (esp. Brit.) unkennelled, unkennelling. v.t. 1. to drive (a fox or other animal) from a den or lair. 2. to release from or as if from a kennel: to unkennel hounds before a hunt; to unkennel a gang of… …   Universalium

  • unkennel — “+ transitive verb 1. a. : to drive (as a fox) from a hiding place or den b. : to free (dogs) from a kennel 2. : to cause to come to light : bring out into the opendiscover, disclose …   Useful english dictionary

  • unkennel — transitive verb Date: 1575 1. a. to drive (as a fox) from a hiding place or den b. to free (dogs) from a kennel 2. to bring out into the open ; uncover …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unkennel — verb a) To scare out from a lair or a den. b) To let (something) out of a kennel …   Wiktionary

  • unkennel — un·kennel …   English syllables

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