View definitions for unshackled
adjective as in exempt
adjective as in loose
adjective as in relaxed
adjective as in unconfined
Fifteen minutes later, guards with gloves unshackled Raymond and wrestled his body out of the chamber.
They are wholly unshackled, further than that you are to repay by instalments the money expended in the building of the house.
I certainly will fly from such a country to those golden shores on which man may be free and unshackled.
Pitch me to a respectable distance from the other stones, that I may feel myself unshackled and independent.
My departure from the school was now arranged, and I could let my mind pursue its development free and unshackled.
Her hands were then unshackled; and bleeding, mutilated, unconscious, she was carried into the prison.
On this page you'll find 205 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unshackled, such as: immune, absolved, clear, cleared, discharged, and excepted.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.