- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unleash.
“The name unleashed a sudden flood of memories that left him weak with the pain of their return.”
“The only thing "fueling" the "death panel" myths is the twit McCain unleashed upon this nation when he selected one of the most unqualified and divisive politicians in the world to be his running mate last year.”
“The fact that John McCain unleashed this beast on the entire country makes it very clear that he is no better at this point.”
“John McCain unleashed this thing and now there is no shutting up her horrible voice and her vicious attacks.”
“We need to remember that the wave of creativity that the network has unleashed is crashing over the digital world just as much as it changes things in the analogue one, and we should not expect to escape the revolution.”
“Call it preemption, preventive war, the war on terror, or whatever you like; there is a sense that we have again unleashed a force that, like a boom-a-rang, at some point has to come back to us.”
“But Chamberlain unleashed another wild pitch, this time one that bounced to the backstop before caroming back to catcher Jorge Posada.”
“The Senators captain unleashed a slap shot, which deflected off an unattended stick just above the crease and beat Vokoun.”
“After getting a short pass at the left point, Guerin unleashed a slap shot that found its way through a crowd and between goaltender Marc Denis 'body and right arm.”
“The Sixers led 78-68 after three quarters, but Mullin unleashed three 3-pointers and the Pacers 'defense held Philadelphia without a basket for a 10: 48 span.”
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