unencumbered

[ US /ˌənɛnˈkəmbɝd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɛnkˈʌmbəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not burdened with cares or responsibilities
    living an unencumbered life
  2. free of encumbrance
    inherited an unencumbered estate
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How To Use unencumbered In A Sentence

  • The present value of the house, unencumbered with vacant possession, is about £160,000.
  • Unencumbered by stylistic restraint, the paintings, prints and drawings present a visionary social realm, freed from the conventions of naturalist description.
  • The plaintiff still holds all the shares as his own absolutely unencumbered property.
  • Sure, there are still places in this vast country where it is possible to escape, but they get harder and harder to find except for the fit, the adventurous and those unencumbered by children or jobs.
  • The emergent self is protean, shifting, cunning, humorous, unencumbered, sometimes angry, but equally capable of accepting its own absurdity and inconsequentiality.
  • Such a mix is not exactly a ready-made means for triumph, but Mr. Hegarty wields it with disquieting power and grace, whether whispering through spells of ethereality or growling with an energy that is at once pent-up and unencumbered. Brazen Beats and Metal Mayhem
  • Here the American comic atheist rises up: unencumbered, disenthralled, in rude existential health, not huddled palely in some priest-ridden twilight but soaking up the UV of reality. An Atheist Walks Into a Bar …
  • In other words, Canada, unencumbered and knowledgeable, is about to enter its era of great cities. Urbanism and the Canadian Promise
  • Then you've come to the right place, mate," he replied, and with elaborate courtesy took possession of my rucksack while the second boy helped himself to my shoulder-bag, thereby leaving me unencumbered. The mission song
  • The only eagles I see these days are soaring above the high ridges on a tramp across the hills - unencumbered, of course, by spoons or mashie niblicks.
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