from The Century Dictionary.

  • Free from constraint; free to act; not acting or done under compulsion; voluntary.
  • Not constrained or embarrassed; not mentally constrained.

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  • adjective not constrained

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  • adjective free from constraint


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  • An adherent of what he calls the unconstrained vision would not describe that vision in the terms Sowell employs.

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  • But he calls for the use offree decomposition (meaning free as in unconstrained).

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  • But he calls for the use offree decomposition (meaning free as in unconstrained).

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  • If that is true, then lawyers will remain unconstrained in filing baseless lawsuits against medical providers, and the cost of medical malpractice insurance will continue to skyrocket.

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  • A President who is able to start again unconstrained by old choices.

    Dear Prime Minister Dungeekin 2009

  • But he calls for the use offree decomposition (meaning free as in unconstrained).

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  • It’s not only that podcasting is unconstrained from a regulatory perspective, but also from an environment perspective.

    Day One of New Life 2006

  • The difficulty in creating these models stems from the harsh political situation, which allows neither men nor women the leisure to focus on egalitarian relationships that would permit them total self-expression unconstrained by outer factors that derive from living in the shadow of a dreadful, bloody conflict.

    Israeli Women's Writing in Hebrew: 1948-2004. 2009

  • One could argue that McNamara is exhibit A in my case against what Thomas Sowell would call the unconstrained vision, which holds that certain people have so much knowledge and moral strength that they should be given great power over the rest.

    Robert McNamara , Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009

  • This combination process, called unconstrained fibring, can be generalized, by allowing C1 and

    Combining Logics Carnielli, Walter 2007


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