unfettered

[ US /ənˈfɛtɝd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈɛtəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not bound by shackles and chains
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How To Use unfettered In A Sentence

  • In writing poetry, one is unfettered by the normal rules of sentence structure.
  • Rather, he is to function as an imperial proconsul, wielding unfettered power over a militarily occupied country.
  • Those blend at the chip with unfettered laser light to create a hologram of the tumor interior.
  • His diplomatic role ensured unfettered access to leading players. The Sun
  • For one individual to have so much unfettered power goes against all sense of natural Justice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Radio, TV and newspapers remain uncensored, unfettered and unthreatened by the government. Easter Lemming Liberal News
  • Wilberforce was quite prepared to allow science unfettered freedom to research, and to accepts its findings, just because he did not think that science was the sole truth; if facts emerged which proved that men were descended from some primordial fungus, he could agree, but go on to enter a further ` but ', and adduce further considerations that marked humanity off from the rest of creation. May 7th, 2009
  • Their ideal was the totally autonomous modern artist unfettered by ancestors, tradition, or nature.
  • I miss the innocent giggle and the unfettered laughter that used to be more forthcoming.
  • This is true by definition, for different individuals will always want and desire different and incompatible things and their unfettered pursuit of their own objectives will inevitably bring them into conflict.
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