[ UK /ʌntʃˈeɪn/ ]
- make free
- remove the chains from
How To Use unchain In A Sentence
- Seeking to unchain thinking patterns from social-political change, this is a must read for lawyers and politicians. Times, Sunday Times
- Finally, the prisoner was unchained and laid out on the floor of his cell.
- He unchained his bike as fast as he could and took off to White Star Highschool.
- The guards in the room unchained Talon and pushed him through the door.
- And then it was time for the festival meal: the antipasti, the primi and the secondi, accompanied by a soundtrack featuring "Unchained Melody" by the Righteous Brothers and "They Can't Take That Away From Me" by Frank Sinatra . Snagging a Dinner at Rao's
- You can unchain your heart from the past and fresh starts in love go well. The Sun
- Last week was a good one because I actually managed to unchain myself from the desk and hop on a plane to London.
- Oh, ‘right’, you can unchain your mail-order bride at weekends. Matthew Yglesias » Obama’s Diverse Team of Dudes
- At fifteen rods 'distance from the Indian position on the hill we did not dare unchain our wagons. Chapter 13
- Unchain yourself from the desk - even it's just for ten minutes - and take a walk. The Sun