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  • adj. Not constricted

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  • adj. not constricted physically or by extension psychologically


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un- +‎ constricted


  • Tamaso Fan, I figure God is without time, without beginning or end, unconstricted by physics.

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  • She took what felt like her first unconstricted breath in many hours.

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  • Sighing deeply, she took what felt like her first unconstricted breath since Diana had called Aunt Sara's name.

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  • On the other hand, the unconstricted glans penis assumes the shape and appearance that is seen in the circumcised.

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  • Now, it is wrong for the world, it is wrong for American interests, and it's wrong for Israel, that Israel will do 200 meters from our window what America permits itself-wrongly so, but permits itself to do in Tora Bora, because by the end of the process, America will withdraw from these places, but I have to live with the impacts of all of these unrestrained and unconstricted aggressions.

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  • Another revealing aspect of Frankfurt and Paris was the evidently unconstricted and even unpredictable way foreign rights were sold by Indian publishers (without, necessarily, British mediation) to European countries: this explained the random mix of celebrities and little-known practitioners, of the "latest thing" in Indian writing in English as well as the older and occasionally infirm writers (members of a deceased avant-garde) in the Indian languages.

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  • Once the flow is unconstricted, my head starts to pound. Forum

  • Stollenwerk's octopus carpaccio shows the chef at his unconstricted best.

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  • A, Vegetative filaments with their walls unconstricted. ... »

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  • a certain feminine fantasy of bodily liberation ... the pictorial possibility of unconstricted movement, of simply breathing deeply, of not having their breasts pushed up under their chins and having their ribs and lungs encased in whalebone.

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