unregulated

[ UK /ˌʌnɹˈɛɡjuːlˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ənˈɹɛɡjəˌɫeɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. without regulation or discipline
    an unregulated environment
  2. not regulated; not subject to rule or discipline
    unregulated off-shore fishing
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How To Use unregulated In A Sentence

  • There is a common myth that America, land of the free market cowboys, is the unregulated Wild West of commerce.
  • He is accused of performing hundreds of 'unnecessary, inappropriate or unregulated' operations. Times, Sunday Times
  • This grace is freely given and joyfully unregulated. Times, Sunday Times
  • Behind the cheery facade of constitutional government lurks the inextinguishable specter of legally unregulated power.
  • Cosmetic surgery is a scarily unregulated world. Times, Sunday Times
  • I know free-market thinkers and believers just hate the term regulation, but we saw the damage done by banks who went for years unregulated. Is protecting health insurance companies truly healthcare reform?
  • Blumenfeld mentions that e-liquids are largely unregulated and contain propylene glycol, which is a key ingredient in antifreeze but also one found in tobacco cigarettes and some foods. High-tech smokes help some kick habit, but are they safe?
  • Commercial applications for the system include tests developed for use in unregulated areas such as epidemiologic surveillance, biological research, environmental testing, and forensic research. undefined
  • Their largely unregulated tunnelling has made the mountainside unstable, government experts say, and heavy rains since last month had saturated the earth on top, triggering the deadly earthfall. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • This is completely unregulated and there is evidence that children and vulnerable people are losing money that they can ill afford to lose.
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