un kennelling

unkennel

[uhn-ken-l]
verb (used with object), unkenneled, unkenneling or (especially British) unkennelled, unkennelling.
1.
to drive (a fox or other animal) from a den or lair.
2.
to release from or as if from a kennel: to unkennel hounds before a hunt; to unkennel a gang of cutthroats.
3.
to make known; disclose or uncover.
verb (used without object), unkenneled, unkenneling or (especially British) unkennelled, unkennelling.
4.
to come out of a kennel, den, lair, or the like.

Origin:
1570–80; un-2 + kennel1

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unkennel (ʌnˈkɛnəl)
 
vb , (US) -nels, -nelling, -nelled, -nels, -neling, -neled
1.  to release from a kennel
2.  to drive from a hole or lair
3.  rare to bring to light

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