untethered

[ UK /ʌntˈɛðəd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not confined or restricted with a tether
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How To Use untethered In A Sentence

  • It is pretty unbelievably amazing. #3 – a free floating spacewalk has pictures of a guy untethered from the ship about 100 meters from it. Breakfast Links: DeLorean & Spacewalks : #comments
  • He untethered his horse from the pole it was tied to and mounted it.
  • In short, all-day untethered computing has yet to materialize, and that has exposed the 'mobile' PC as merely a transportable PC at best, according to the note. CNET News.com
  • He untethered one of the horses that had been tied up and lifted me up onto it.
  • Even once such phrases began to get untethered from their precise technical moorings, they retained the power to invoke product superiority.
  • As I round the corner one of the large banners, untethered at the bottom, billows in the wind, revealing a glimpse of old gravestones in the churchyard.
  • A few returned each day to feed the cattle which could not be left untethered because much of the area is heavily mined.
  • The advent of untethered technology and mobile ways of using space has all but eliminated the challenge of deciding between openness versus enclosure when designing a workplace.
  • If you crave the feeling of being untethered, light as a feather, tossing your things is a great way to go. But it's not easy.
  • This meant that the system had to be untethered, so the patient could work, be ambulatory, and carry on normal daily functions, without being permanently attached to any kind of external control system or console.
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