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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.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
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.
OUT OF THE HURLY-BURLYCHARLES HEBER CLARK
Stonehams hands were unshackled long enough to enable him to eat, but the sheriff guarded him closely.
It was like the red fire of a volcano rushing forth upon her—a fierce, unshackled force.
The cable had already been unshackled ready for slipping overboard when no longer required.
THE BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGEALFRED F. B. CARPENTER
These are the royal orders which enabled Columbus, at his request, to fill up his colony with unshackled convicts.
It was a perfect luxury to feel himself once more free and unshackled.

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