Did you by any chance mean untrammeled?
- un- + trammelled (Wiktionary)
“Both of us have an interest in untrammelled international trade.”
“But the Publishers Association (PA) claims that "untrammelled" remote lending of digital books could pose a "serious threat" to publishers 'commercial activities.”
“Mr. Costello had a degree in business studies and 'untrammelled' was one of his favourite words.”
“But the Publishers Association (PA) claims that "untrammelled" remote lending of digital books could pose a "serious threat" to publishers' commercial activities.”
“Out of town commuters do not have an untrammelled right to cruise city streets at 50mph and not have to stop at a red light once in awhile.”
“Rash or not, the martial spirit of the Cameroons amounts to a spectacle of untrammelled virility.”
“Potentially the most serious threat to the UK in its 310-year history moved a step closer to fruition as the Scottish National party swept to untrammelled power in the Scottish parliament, giving its leader, Alex Salmond, a mandate to hold a referendum on independence at the time of his choosing within the next five years.”
“These beds provide the ideal spot for virtually untrammelled dreaming – both by night and by day.”
“The cemetery is a beautiful, untrammelled place, lapped by waves and shaded by tall trees, but it's 5,000 miles away, so I cannot make regular visits as I would if she were buried here.”
“Sainsbury's refused to comment, but it seems to Digger that Southend have figuratively found what we all would love: untrammelled access to the Sainsbury's ATMs. Martin expects the HMRC debt to be repaid before it comes to court.”
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