[ US /ˌənkənˈfaɪnd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnkənfˈa‍ɪnd/ ]
  1. not confined
  2. free from confinement or physical restraint
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How To Use unconfined In A Sentence

  • One type of unconfined aquifer is known as a perched aquifer, where an impermeable layer of limited size stops the percolation of water to a deeper aquifer, thereby creating a small underground reservoir of limited volume (Figure 2.3). 1.1 The role and purpose of irrigation
  • So the overpaid, drug-addled ‘roasters’ of Olde England managed not to lose - let rejoicing be unconfined.
  • Painters also gave me a sense of being unconfined to a page.
  • Sure your roots are deep, but never forget your branches extend upwards into unconfined, infinite and limitless space.
  • She stretched her wings, glad they were unconfined again.
  • Hard-earned experience has taught McGeechan that whenever Scotland enter a championship against a backdrop of success and expectation, it has heralded a season of woe unconfined.
  • At the end joy was unconfined - indeed embarrassingly so one might say - as if Kildare had won something of note.
  • Though ATV use is in some ways primitive and certainly unconfined, I doubt that's what the framers of the act had in mind.
  • If the dog must be left at home unconfined it is important to make sure that it has had plenty of exercise before.
  • Interactions usually take place in confined settings with captive animals or, more rarely, with unconfined animals who have been conditioned to come by being fed.
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