unconstraint[ uhn-kuh n-streynt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconstraint
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCONSTRAINT
He made no approach to familiarity, scarcely to unconstraint.
Bartrow was slowly coming to his own in the matter of unconstraint.
The old red blood and stainless gentility of great poets will be proved by their unconstraint.
So that his costume was beyond reproach, and he wore it with as much ease and unconstraint as he displayed in his old coat.
Like many other vulgar men in similar circumstances, he wondered at the ease and unconstraint he felt in such choice company!
There is not an object here that does not point to the unconstraint of an easygoing life and uniform good-nature.