untrammelled

[ UK /ʌntɹˈæmə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not confined or limited
    the untrammeled rush that the snows had shown in the first spring sun
    the gift of a fresh eye and an untrammeled curiosity
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How To Use untrammelled In A Sentence

  • This wild and untrammelled expanse, over thousands of miles of uninterrupted trail, makes for a very intense wilderness experience for the mushers (racers).
  • The rule of law operates as a bar to untrammelled discretionary power.
  • Whereas the elephant path had been relatively easy walking, trying to negotiate untrammelled bushveld was challenging. Times, Sunday Times
  • You are attracted to those who are unbridled, untrammeled, and free.
  • Someone asked if ‘an untrammelled, populist media’ could be ‘too free for an intelligent democracy?’
  • Alongside the splendidly untrammelled landscape, there are disadvantages to living on Orkney.
  • Like fascists everywhere, Hitler saw corporatism, sometimes dismissed by contemporary scholars as a smokescreen for the untrammelled power of big business, as one of the keys to social peace.
  • Self-governing schools are untrammelled by education authority rules.
  • Hidden in this dictum is the danger of unlimited government, of the exercise of power untrammelled by the need for openness, transparency and accountability.
  • Social conservatives are anxious to constrain America's larger liberalism by protecting traditional morality from the corrosive effects of untrammeled personal freedom and the disruptions of a healthy, churning economy.
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