By MAGGIE O’FARRELL
Reviewed by STACEY D'ERASMO
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ùnléash[ùn・léash]The verb unlease has 3 meanings:
Meaning #1: release or vent, as of emotions and reactions
Meaning #2: release from a leash, as of dogs
Meaning #3: turn loose or free from restraint
Synonyms: let loose, loose
v., rocked, rock·ing, rocks. v.intr.
- To move back and forth or from side to side, especially gently or rhythmically.
- To sway violently, as from a blow or shock. See synonyms at swing.
- To be washed and panned in a cradle or in a rocker. Used of ores.
- Music. To play or dance to rock 'n' roll.
- To move back and forth or from side to side, especially in order to soothe or lull to sleep.
- To cause to shake or sway violently. See synonyms at agitate.
- To disturb the mental or emotional equilibrium of; upset: News of the scandal rocked the town.
- To wash or pan (ore) in a cradle or rocker.
- In mezzotint engraving, to roughen (a metal plate) with a rocker or roulette.
- A rocking motion.
- The act of rocking.
- Music. Rock 'n' roll.