unrestrained

[ uhn-ri-streynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF unrestrained

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNRESTRAINED

There was a whole hierarchy of respect, outside of which existence was unrestrained and disorderly.

She buried her face in her hands and wept; wept the first unrestrained tears she had wept.

At the watering-places, there is an unrestrained outpouring of unmannerliness.

In her gallantries she was as unrestrained as in other things.

The conversation thereupon proceeded with unrestrained vigor.

"I thought it was you, sir," said the boy with a grin that was at least unrestrained.

He interrupted himself to allow the unrestrained applause of his own party.

Drink and unrestrained selfishness had utterly degraded him.

Noa (n-a)--ceremonially free; unrestrained by tabu (p. 126).

All this youthful, unrestrained enthusiasm was a revelation to Michael.

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