unkennel

un·ken·nel

 (ŭn-kĕn′əl)
tr.v. un·ken·neled, un·ken·nel·ing, un·ken·nels or un·ken·nelled or un·ken·nel·ling
1.
a. To drive from a lair or den.
b. To loose from a kennel.
2. To bring to light; uncover or disclose.

unkennel

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

unkennel


Past participle: unkennelled
Gerund: unkennelling

Imperative
unkennel
unkennel
Present
I unkennel
you unkennel
he/she/it unkennels
we unkennel
you unkennel
they unkennel
Preterite
I unkennelled
you unkennelled
he/she/it unkennelled
we unkennelled
you unkennelled
they unkennelled
Present Continuous
I am unkennelling
you are unkennelling
he/she/it is unkennelling
we are unkennelling
you are unkennelling
they are unkennelling
Present Perfect
I have unkennelled
you have unkennelled
he/she/it has unkennelled
we have unkennelled
you have unkennelled
they have unkennelled
Past Continuous
I was unkennelling
you were unkennelling
he/she/it was unkennelling
we were unkennelling
you were unkennelling
they were unkennelling
Past Perfect
I had unkennelled
you had unkennelled
he/she/it had unkennelled
we had unkennelled
you had unkennelled
they had unkennelled
Future
I will unkennel
you will unkennel
he/she/it will unkennel
we will unkennel
you will unkennel
they will unkennel
Future Perfect
I will have unkennelled
you will have unkennelled
he/she/it will have unkennelled
we will have unkennelled
you will have unkennelled
they will have unkennelled
Future Continuous
I will be unkennelling
you will be unkennelling
he/she/it will be unkennelling
we will be unkennelling
you will be unkennelling
they will be unkennelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unkennelling
you have been unkennelling
he/she/it has been unkennelling
we have been unkennelling
you have been unkennelling
they have been unkennelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unkennelling
you will have been unkennelling
he/she/it will have been unkennelling
we will have been unkennelling
you will have been unkennelling
they will have been unkennelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unkennelling
you had been unkennelling
he/she/it had been unkennelling
we had been unkennelling
you had been unkennelling
they had been unkennelling
Conditional
I would unkennel
you would unkennel
he/she/it would unkennel
we would unkennel
you would unkennel
they would unkennel
Past Conditional
I would have unkennelled
you would have unkennelled
he/she/it would have unkennelled
we would have unkennelled
you would have unkennelled
they would have unkennelled
References in classic literature ?
saddle his mare and unkennel the pack, and giving the
Discouragingly antipsychotic myopia unkennel myositis?
Like Hamlet's players, Simon constructs a scene designed to "unkennel" the "occulted guilt" of the Belmont officials (Shakespeare 3.2.77).
If his occulted guilt Do not itself unkennel in one speech, It is a damned ghost that we have seen, And my imaginations are as foul As Volcan's stithy.
The challenge to universities going forward is to acknowledge, identify, and unkennel this hidden curriculum, because it is an important component of the metacurriculum that interacts with the official curriculum and affects university culture.
Whereat Hugo ran from the house, crying to his grooms that they should saddle his mare and unkennel the pack, and giving the hounds a kerchief of the maid's, he swung them to the line, and so off full cry in the moonlight over the moor.(1)