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- adjective Not
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Gradually, all the party unkenneled; and it was then discovered that, had we run off the rails a few yards further on, we should have had a nasty cropper down a thirty-feet bank; fortunately, we ran off on the level, and merely stuck in the sand.
The whimpering of one of his unkenneled "hunches" merged into what seemed an actual voice of inspiration to him.
Colored men brought out several saddled horses; a number of hounds were unleashed and unkenneled, and several men mounted the horses, and with guns in hand hastened
However, the hounds were unkenneled at break of day, and, the tent being pitched at the bottom of the basin, we commenced a pull up the steep patinas, hoping to find somewhere on the edge of the jungles.
In speaking of a fox-chase, they say they have unkenneled a fox when they have merely found a wild one.
(lam), by Sir Peter Teazle, out of fox is unkenneled.