unconstrained

[ UK /ʌnkənstɹˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
[ US /ˌənkənˈstɹeɪnd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. free from constraint
    he was unconstrained by any of the sanctions of polite society
    idle, unconstrained gossip
    the dog was unconstrained
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How To Use unconstrained In A Sentence

  • While others seem to have omitted the important detail of everything, what you put forward prefatory is unconstrained and perfectly stated. Matthew Yglesias » The Internationalization of US Policy Paralysis and the Collapse of American Diplomacy
  • This says that the human mind is a ‘blank slate’ wholly unconstrained by any kind of human biology.
  • The reactions giving rise to zircon growth are generally unspecified and unconstrained.
  • Unfortunately, the beginnings of utterances appear to be particularly unconstrained by either the acoustic material or the linguistic interpretation.
  • The difference between this and the preceding six stages is that now the activity is explained as an innate and spontaneous impulse manifested unconstrainedly and therefore not subjected to doubts.
  • he was unconstrained by any of the sanctions of polite society
  • The ‘freeholder’ was thought of as an independent voter exercising his legal rights unconstrained by the lure of political parties or threats.
  • But is this new vehicle of unconstrained expression fated to come under the thumb of the powers that be?
  • Do they feel unconstrained in their adventurist course because they are confident that China will always be on their side whatever they may do? Ra Jong-Yil: North Korea's 'Military First' Politics Are Behind Recent Attacks
  • Time and loving guidance enable them to waken unconstrainedly into the tempered sounds.
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