from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not limited or restricted; unrestrained.
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- adj. not limited or restricted; unrestrained
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not hampered or impeded; free.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not trammeled, hampered, or impeded.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not confined or limited
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By 1951, the first serious curbs and limitations had been placed on free speech, reflecting not just political expediency, but perhaps a larger and very Indian discomfort with the idea of untrammeled freedom of expression.
If you thought Bush was bad, just imagine what John "we are all Georgians now" McCain would do with this kind of untrammeled, monarchical power.
Science needs autonomy to cultivate this kind of untrammeled curiosity; innovation, however, responds to the needs and desires of society.
That is a very convenient singularization of the democracy movements, which ignores the large number of similarities in the demands of protests across the region, the tactics and strategies of protest, and their broader distaste and distrust of the US in view of its untrammeled support for dictatorships across the region.
But the Earth governments of Greater Brazil want to stop the Outers 'blasphemy against pure, untrammeled Nature.
In the years after 9/11, we forgot who we were and lost our way as we launched preemptive wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and witnessed the results of untrammeled corporate greed, leading to the Great Recession.
Just us, and the untrammeled joy of just being just us.
I truly worry about people who not only dream up these worst-case scenarios, but actually talk about them with such a sense of untrammeled excitement.
Mr. Grant would prefer a monetary system tied to the amount of gold dug out of the ground to one based on the untrammeled discretion of Ph.