from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To set free or keep free from restrictions or bonds.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To release from fetters; to unchain; to let loose; to free.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To loose from fetters or from restraint; to unchain; to unshackle; to liberate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To loose from fetters; unchain; unshackle; remove the fetters from.
- To free from restraint; set at liberty: as, to unfetter the mind.
These kinds of centers, things like Yemen where they can kind of unfetter try and experiment with these kinds of things and obtain the chemicals that they need, these are important hubs of terror that aid them in trying to get these kinds of liquids on an airplane.
In part, it's through feel-good news pictures papering over the disconnect between gestures of austerity, displays of simplicity, and a radical agenda to unfetter the corporate state to a stunning degree.
He opined that deregulation of business would unfetter the natural entrepreneurial heroes of capitalism to create vast wealth and it would trickle down to the public, if we de-unionized too.
Because, in my opinion, nescient arm-chair security analysts with an axe to grind sure as hell shouldn't be able to declassify thousands of government documents and unfetter them into cyberspace.
Aviation officials are hoping that the episode will persuade governments to help or at least unfetter their battered sector.
If you ask me to fight under the old rules, son of Hellscream, then know that you have done nothing but unfetter my hands.
When you unfetter corporate entities, when you have unfettered capitalism, everything is turned into a commodity, human labor as well as the natural world, and they are both exploited until exhaustion or collapse.
Instead of saving it for the book, how about future author Biden unfetter his conscience in real time -- when it can actually do some good?
He might discover that the senate does not have the arbitrary (unfetter) authority to seat whom ever it wants.
The answer was so simple: eliminate the constraints and unfetter the markets.