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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unfetter.
- adj. Not bound by chains or shackles.
- adj. Not restricted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Unchained; unshackled; free from restraint; unrestrained.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not bound by shackles and chains
The report, prepared for the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control, says 70 percent of the guns recovered at crime scenes in Mexico and traced by authorities came from the U.S.The chair of the caucus, Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, is calling on Congress to act on the findings and stop powerful Mexican drug traffickers from having what she calls "unfettered access" to military-style weapons from the United States.
What that essentially means is while Iraq is ready and willing to let the inspectors in for what it calls unfettered access to most sites, that access, the unfettered access will stop at the palaces.
He tells us that persons had what he calls unfettered access to various private portions of the supervisor's office including a computer, and a box containing requests for absentee ballots and other "stuff," was his words.
I want to go in unfettered and as fresh as a virgin in a refrigerator, as Lord Finesse said.
If there's any group that should believe in unfettered access to the initiative process, and to vest power in the people rather than the legislators in the pay and in the pocket of special interests, it should be the Tea Party.
In the right hands, there's a nobility in unfettered eccentricity.
You are obviously a true believer in unfettered capitalism and the “free” market.
That's fine, if you believe in unfettered competition without the indignant accusation of unfair trespass.
Harper is a HARD right wing ideologue who believes that an 'unfettered' - 'unregulated' free market is the solution to our ills.
This brand of capitalism does not refer to an unfettered, lawless economy run amok and out of control, but rather is a free market-oriented system based on individual liberty and limited government as envisioned by our nation's founders.
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