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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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May Ishtar, the goddess of fighting and war, who unfetters my weapons, my gracious protecting spirit, who loveth my dominion, curse his kingdom in her angry heart; in her great wrath, change his grace into evil, and shatter his weapons on the place of fighting and war.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 01 Rossiter Johnson 1885
And that government is really the best which unfetters its spiritual influence, and encourages it; and not that government which seeks to perpetuate its corrupt and worldly institutions.
Beacon Lights of History John Lord 1852
When at last she unfetters her grief, like a modern Andromache, it's heart-rending.
The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed MARTIN MORROW 2011
It is then that the spirit of peace settles upon the heart, unfetters the thoughts and elevates the soul to the Creator.
Thaddeus of Warsaw Jane Porter 1813
And long the sip that warms throat and knees, unfetters.
SHARKFORUM: OPINION WITH TEETH Simone Muench 2010