unshackled

[ US /ənˈʃækəɫd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnʃˈækə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not bound by shackles and chains
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How To Use unshackled In A Sentence

  • And I would dearly love to be unshackled from my bookish heritage and have the culture, freedom and the nerve to join in.
  • He would trump his father's cautious internationalism with a new, more aggressive America, unbound and unshackled.
  • Louis Wong, a director at Phillip Securities, said the Asian markets have been unshackled from the uncertainties of the past few weeks.
  • The cable was then well stoppered at the "bitts," and unshackled; and two men stationed at the stopper, with axes, and the order to cut the lashings, instantly, when so ordered; the fore-staysail was loosed, and hands stationed at the halliards; and the chief engineer directed to keep up a full head of steam. The Narrative of a Blockade-Runner
  • They unshackled him roughly for his daily beating.
  • There shall be keen competition among locals, unshackled by consideration of money or distance.
  • The guards, meanwhile, unshackled the young woman who stood unsteadily.
  • It means that you live in one place, but exist in another esoteric, imaginary plane, unshackled by fact or memory.
  • Although unshackled from the 15 kg iron chains that fettered them for three years, they are yet to come to terms with their freedom.
  • It means that you live in one place, but exist in another esoteric, imaginary plane, unshackled by fact or memory.
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