Definitions

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  • adj. Not regimented, unorganised.

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Examples

  • ADLER: Camp Half-Blood is relaxed, unregimented and definitely low-tech.

    A 'Percy Jackson' Summer Camp Thrives In Brooklyn

  • The 2,300 page Dodd-Frank financial reform law mandates a slew of new rules and regulatory bodies but does virtually nothing to reinstate old-fashioned borrower-by-borrower banking prudence that is essential in a dynamic, unregimented economy.

    The Trouble With Robo-Lending

  • The plainer, earthier Rancho Rio Caliente, about an hour from Guadalajara, on the Huichols 'sacred healing grounds, isn't a full-service spa but its underground steam room scented by eucalyptus branches and the unregimented availability of massage and meditation classes, encourage relaxation and balance.

    Live Better South of the Border & Spas and Hot Springs of Mexico

  • The central question is whether these are the only two viable alternatives — regimented sleep deprivation satisfying corporate America or unregimented sleep deprivation governed by one's own neuroses?

    Late Night with Richie

  • In the Russian-ruled Transdniester sector of Moldova, authorities are cracking down on use of Latin script:Now, the Transdniester authorities are cracking down on the last remnant of unregimented social life there: the Latin script.

    languagehat.com: CYRILLIC IMPOSED IN TRANSDNIESTER.

  • It was a wilderness for me and my brothers, an unknown and unregimented place to grow up.

    Kary B. Mullis - Nobel Lecture

  • Montgomery Clift had been cast in the coveted role of Prewitt, the unregimented Regular Army soldier.

    Sinatra The Man Behind the Myth

  • Why then mystify the clear and limpid line by making of the rituals cloistered and fetid mysteries when they are open to the sky, unregimented, free, and democratic?

    An Autobiography

  • The first is that we are an altogether unregimented people, with a strong belief in the virtues of rugged individualism and in the right of the average man to go along about as he pleases, so long as he does not do actual injury to society.

    The Armed Forces Officer Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-2

  • To these outcast soldiers of his, unregimented roving banditti for the present, or unworking workhouse prisoners who are almost uglier than banditti; to these floods of Irish Beggars, Able-bodied Paupers, and nomadic

    Latter-Day Pamphlets

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