from The Century Dictionary.
- Not strained; not purified by straining: as, unstrained oil.
- Not subjected to a strain.
- Easy; not forced; natural.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not strained; not cleared or purified by straining.
- adjective Not forced; easy; natural.
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- adjective Not
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective not resulting from undue effort; not forced
- adjective not placed under psychological stress
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It was utterly delightful, just her and her guitar singing four songs, her voice sounding beautiful, completely unstrained, which is the key.
Gravity goes weirdly longitudinal and you begin to plunge forward with unstrained haste and gathering lawlessness.
Senators Cornyn and Reid should both just sit down, cool off, and allow the plain meanings of law, unstrained by the casuistry of lawyers or by the pulls of partisanship to provide guidance in these two cases. —
NASA ability to conduct "unstrained transfer" of it's budget is no longer available.
Trust to the unstrained quality of mercy possessed by Christian young women in the year 1914 who will vote some day if ever they grow up and do not marry foreigners.
It's just that the 640i doesn't have the turbo-V8's brightness, its decadent bellow, its sense of unstrained overcapacity.
The actor finds an unstrained vocal pitch that is as uncanny as it is hilarious.
So too is their shared drive, relentless but unstrained, to continually create anew.
Although they had not seen each other for years, they had instantly been returned to an unstrained intimacy, as unexpected as it was welcome.
The sea is Marstal's life and Jensen's unstrained metaphor: luring the Marstallers away from home, offering uncertain passage and providing few harbors that are safe for long.