unchained

[ UK /ʌnt‍ʃˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not bound by shackles and chains
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How To Use unchained In A Sentence

  • Corrections Department rules dictate that inmates taken for medical care must be shackled and guarded, although they unchained Provencio's legs on Friday.
  • Passing the stables, she was disappointed not to find Terrant, but unchained her dog to take with her.
  • The first moment after a disaster, we do not need news anchors unchained to any news, no shred of useful information, but plenty of unctuous sympathy.
  • In one of the rare moments of calmness, Joe sang Unchained Melody and some of the lucky ladies in the front row stole a kiss from Ireland's most eligible bachelor.
  • Elvis Presley came second, and Unchained Melody, by various artists, also rated highly.
  • Before him, there was a jarring, ear-splitting rendition of "Unchained Melody" by Season 4's Constantine Maroulis. American Idol Backstage Report: An Emotional Stefano Dodges Another Bullet
  • 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
  • The guards in the room unchained Talon and pushed him through the door.
  • He unchained his bike as fast as he could and took off to White Star Highschool.
  • Finally, the prisoner was unchained and laid out on the floor of his cell.
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