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- adj. Not having, or not governed by, reins.
- adj. Not checked or restrained.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not having, or not governed by, reins; hence, not checked or restrained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without rein; without restraint; unchecked.
For economic performance, appropriate economic programs, and, most of all, reducing reinless corruption are the key.
And they fled, scattering — lo! with reinless speed
Apart from this, Washington was holding the reinless tightly on his impatience.
The reinless steed galloping on, with rider directing its tail, was ludicrous enough to behold.
Erichaetes son of Lycaon, the one when his reinless horse stumbling had flung him to the ground, the other as they met on foot.
Gaetulian towns, a race unconquerable in war; the reinless Numidian riders and the grim Syrtis hem thee in; on this lies a thirsty tract of desert, swept by the raiders of Barca.
Had he fallen asleep and reinless fancy had played him the fantastic trick, from which, cramped and dazed, he had just awakened to the old sweet reality.
He had fallen asleep and reinless fancy had played him the fantastic trick, from which, cramped and dazed, he had just awakened to the old sweet reality.
Not even the recurring doubt and fear that hollowness was at the heart of it all, for that God could not mean such reinless gladness, prevented the truth of the present joy from sinking deep into the lad's heart.
And they fled, scattering -- lo! with reinless speed