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41 examples of  unshackle  in sentences

41 examples of unshackle in sentences

The Cowardly Lion was trying in vain to unshackle Telly's chains.

A man in fetters cannot do the task-work that one whose limbs are unshackled looks upon as a pastime.

The Fatimite restoration was to him only a means to an end; he had used Obeid-Allah's title as an engine of revolution, intending to proceed to the furthest lengths of his philosophy, to a complete social and political anarchy, the destruction of Islam, community of lands and women, and all the delight of unshackled license.

His round limbs, and his erect figure, well displayed as he trod unshackled and nearly naked, were the admiration even of his enemies.

Stein declined to be foreign minister unless he was entirely unshackled, and the king was obliged to yield, for the misfortunes of the country had now culminated in the disastrous defeat at Friedland.

He now belonged more emphatically to the country, and was more free and unshackled to pursue his great career, as Sir Robert Peel had been before him in similar circumstances.

Sir, I may speake; my tongue's unshackled yet, And, were my hands and feete so, on free ground I would mayntayne the honour of this Lady Against an Hoast of such ignoble husbands.

It is a mark of originality and intelligence, and stamps its possessor not a copier but an originator, not a follower but a leader, not a slave, to have his thinking foisted upon him by others, but a free and independent intellect, unshackled by the bonds of ignorance and convention.

Restraint, self-control are in truth more mighty than might unshackled, just as a self-possessed opponent is more dangerous than a frenzied one.

There is another reason too why these tragedies are not given; they abound too much in republican and patriotic sentiments to be grateful to the ears of the Princes who reign in Italy, all of whom being of foreign extraction and unshackled by constitutions, come under the denomination of those beings called by Greeks

Yet Mr. Wordsworth himself wrote a tragedy when he was young; and we have heard the following energetic lines quoted from it, as put into the mouth of a person smit with remorse for some rash crime: "Action is momentary, The motion of a muscle this way or that; Suffering is long, obscure, and infinite!" Perhaps for want of light and shade, and the unshackled spirit of the drama, this performance was never brought forward.

Workings of unshackled mindComity of the American AddisonLake periodical fluctuationsAmerican antiquitiesIndian doings in Florida and TexasWood's New England's ProspectPhilological and historical commentsDeath of NingwegonCreeksBrothertons made citizensCharles Fenno HoffmanIndian names for places on the HudsonChristians IndiansEtymologyTheodoricAppraisements of Indian propertyAlgic researchesPlan and object.

Severity of climate, deep snows, the temperature often below zero, and frequently but little above, blinding snow storms, and every inconvenience of the place or places of meeting, appeared only to have the effect to give greater efficacy to the inquiry, as the workings of unshackled mind and will.

Workings of unshackled mindComity of the American AddisonLake periodical fluctuationsAmerican antiquitiesIndian doings in Florida and TexasWood's New England's ProspectPhilological and historical commentsDeath of NingwegonCreeksBrothertons made citizensCharles Fenno HoffmanIndian names for places on the HudsonChristian IndiansEtymologyTheodoricAppraisements of Indian propertyAlgic researchesPlan and object. 1839.

" With such care have the United States reserved to themselves, in all their acts down to this day, in legislating for the Territories and admitting States into the Union, the unshackled power to execute in good faith the compacts of cession made with the original States.

It was as though their own limbs had been of a sudden unshackled, and a high wall had fallen from around them.

Since emancipation, they have been unshackling them selves from white domination in matters of trade; extending their connections, and becoming every day more and more independent.

It was as though their own limbs had been of a sudden unshackled, and a high wall had fallen from around them.

Since emancipation, they have been unshackling them selves from white domination in matters of trade; extending their connections, and becoming every day more and more independent.

On another occasion, he captured a slaver with eighty slaves on board, and burned it, slaves and all, because it would cost too much time and trouble to unshackle the unfortunate wretches.

It represented three ladies, Freedom, Justice, and Mercy, disputing the center, slaves being unshackled, the army of victory led by Grant claiming honors, Lee handing over a sword, an ugly fellow toting off a bag of gold (graft?) and a gang of conspirators egging on the madman Booth to slay Lincoln.

What are any mere pains of the flesh, to the glorious content of the unshackled spirit revelling in the freedom of its own nature?

I consider every individual thus unshackled as the source of future generations, not to say nations, of freemen; and I shudder when I think that so insignificant an animal as I am is invested with this monstrous, this horrid power.

It is pleasant to look over scenes where nature is so free and unshackled; but the people, alas! wear the fetters.

These men had all kept themselves free from wives, and returned to their colour, that word being now more appropriate than colours, or ensign, unshackled by any embarrassing engagements.

And thus a few millenniums more shall man Proclaim the march of mind, and when ye pass Into oblivion with your weight of years, When galaxies and suns are quenched in gloom, Th' unshackled soul of man, itself a star Lit by the smile of God, shall wing through space, The destined heir to immortality.

Single women had grown absolutely unshackled and even their guardians had become a mere formality, as the words of Gaius, already quoted (page 8) prove.

And (by one of those wonderful compensatory processes which so frequently claim the admiration of every investigator of civil, as well as of physical economy) there is in the nature of credit an elasticity which causes it, when left unshackled by law, to adapt itself to the necessities of commerce, and the legitimate demands of the market.

In stanzas glittering with refined images, and resonant with subtle symphony, he called into creation that society of immaculate purity and unbounded enjoyment which he believed was the natural inheritance of unshackled man.

He told the Englishman that he no longer cared for Kentucky, because its people had grown too easy of life; and that he wished to move to some place where men still lived untrammelled and unshackled, and enjoyed uncontrolled the free blessings of nature.

The outside of his thighs, which the rest, for their greater ease in mounting a horseback, were wont to leave unshackled even by straps, he wore encircled by plates of steel.

He has a mind sufficiently judicious, unshackled, and elevated to understand that the nation ought not to be left in darkness about its affairs, and that he himself has need of communicating with it, of gathering information from it, and of learning its opinions.

Buffon divined the epochs of nature, and by the intuition of his genius, absolutely unshackled by any religious prejudice, he involuntarily reverted to the account given in Genesis.

Still, the mind was unshackled, and thought busy as ever.

Having to compose an entire new system, and being unshackled by professional reverence for precedents, they were at liberty to benefit by example, to reject those errors which have been long sanctioned by their antiquity, and are still permitted to exist, through our dread of innovation.

Having to compose an entire new system, and being unshackled by professional reverence for precedents, they were at liberty to benefit by example, to reject those errors which have been long sanctioned by their antiquity, and are still permitted to exist, through our dread of innovation.

He immediately communicated that fact to the steward, and advised him to unshackle the anchor, and run out to sea, as the wind was from the land.

"And now, simple, brave, high-minded as he is, he offers to return me my word of honor, free me from his debt, and leave me unshackled to conduct in this coming war as I see fit.

The Press: the great bulwark of our liberties, and may it ever remain unshackled.

They unshackled us, and opened a lattice door of heavy iron, bidding us enter.

There was sheer unshackled savagery in the holding of his arms, and dismay thrilled her through and through.