unrestrainedly love


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  • adv. In an unrestrained manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unrestrained manner; without restraint or limitation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an unrestrained manner


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  • She is the only one he wants and wants unrestrainedly.

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  • Those sullen eyes trained on a horizon where he perhaps imagined thousands or millions of his own children unrestrainedly absorbing anything that fluttered from his mouth.

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  • At her best, Niki de Saint Phalle made works that were so jubilantly, unrestrainedly goofy, they came off as scary and aggressive.

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  • He found its narrative — lovers engaged in lethal criminality — "sordid … unrestrainedly vicious, completely devoid of moral tone."

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  • View image of page frequently rejoice unrestrainedly, and thank the Lord that he hath thus favored me in the choice, which I now verily believe was directed and sanctioned by his providence and which I trust shall ever be blessed to his holy name and to usefulness in his cause.

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  • I let her head drop back upon the table, and she lay there sobbing unrestrainedly.

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  • Yet can we simple folk bear the absence of authority that once issued so unrestrainedly from our army of economic experts?

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  • And so to satisfy these immense ancient naked elements of being, so apparently unrestrainedly and so trustingly - trusting that is in the ability to unleash these tremendous forces and yet keep them within certain bounds, not to be overwhelmed by them - well it took great skill and knowledge, but the State hadn't declared itself infallible for nothing, knew its business.


  • After two hours had passed with no word from father or sweetheart she had buried herself in a divan and wept unrestrainedly.

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  • People were importing and exporting unrestrainedly.

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