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- adj. Unlimited; unrestricted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not curbed, in any sense of that word.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not restrained or controlled
Because he had not become a boazer, he was leaving Repton uncorrupted and with his rebellious nature uncurbed.
Free enterprise did not bring us the current economic disaster, although free enterprise has become a favorite whipping post of many left leaning expectants of an uncurbed welfare state, and of the current administration.
But sometimes, usually at night, the president became someone else -- call him "Mr. Bill" -- a doughy, needy mass of uncurbed appetites and fits of irrationality.
If the American public's insatiable appetite for automobiles continues, uncurbed by any sense of responsibility, someone must, like a parent with a selfish child, at least start slapping wrists.
With the whole power of the government at its back, and with a Constitution so amended as to extend the amplest protection to the new-made citizen, it left him to the inhuman mercy of men whose uncurbed passions, whose deeds of lawlessness and defiance, pale into virtues the ferocity of Cossack warfare.
The Depression was caused mainly by financial overspeculation left uncurbed by the Federal Reserve Board.
Why is man so feeble, and weak, that he must tramp, tramp hundreds of miles to satisfy the doubts his impatient and uncurbed mind feels?
His temper was so fierce and so uncurbed that no native dared even to tread on his shadow.
After some reflection he decided no, not greed, just an uncurbed determination to never again be poor.
Too many tendencies wrought in him uncurbed for his ideas to clothe themselves constantly in a suitable and harmonious dress.
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