transitive verb Date: 1600 to free from or as if from a muzzle

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Unmuzzle — Un*muz zle, v. t. [1st pref. un + muzzle.] To loose from a muzzle; to remove a muzzle from. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • unmuzzle — [unmuz′əl] vt. unmuzzled, unmuzzling 1. to free (a dog, etc.) from a muzzle 2. to free from restraint or censorship of what is written or spoken …   English World dictionary

  • unmuzzle — /un muz euhl/, v.t., unmuzzled, zling. 1. to remove a muzzle from (a dog, cat, etc.). 2. to free from restraint, as speech or expression. [1590 1600; UN 2 + MUZZLE] * * * …   Universalium

  • unmuzzle — verb Remove a muzzle from …   Wiktionary

  • unmuzzle — v. remove a muzzle from an animal; free from restraint …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unmuzzle — verb 1》 remove a muzzle from. 2》 allow freedom of expression to …   English new terms dictionary

  • unmuzzle — un·muzzle …   English syllables

  • unmuzzle — un•muz•zle [[t]ʌnˈmʌz əl[/t]] v. t. zled, zling 1) to remove a muzzle from (a dog, cat, etc.) 2) to free from restraint, as speech …   From formal English to slang

  • unmuzzle — /ʌnˈmʌzəl/ (say un muzuhl) verb (t) (unmuzzled, unmuzzling) 1. to free from restraint, as upon speech or expression. 2. to remove a muzzle from (a dog, etc.). {un 2 + muzzle} …   Australian English dictionary

  • unmuzzle — v.tr. 1 remove a muzzle from. 2 relieve of an obligation to remain silent …   Useful english dictionary

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