Definition of unchain in English:

unchain

Line breaks: un|chain
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈtʃeɪn
 
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verb

[with object]
Remove the chains fastening or securing (someone or something): they returned, unchained Tom and took him upstairs she felt free, unchained by responsibilities
More example sentences
  • Corrections Department rules dictate that inmates taken for medical care must be shackled and guarded, although they unchained Provencio's legs on Friday.
  • Finally, the prisoner was unchained and laid out on the floor of his cell.
  • Now, say the man is unchained and allowed to walk around the cave.

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