Definition of unencumbered in English:


Syllabification: un·en·cum·bered
Pronunciation: /ˌənenˈkəmbərd


1Not having any burden or impediment: he needed to travel light and unencumbered
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  • Here, too, was a place where I could freely speculate about Mary's album's complex meanings, unencumbered by the burden of historical proof.
  • He offered the view, unencumbered by reality check, that prolonged engagement would necessitate the introduction of conscription.
  • This allowed wedding parties and other users to experience relatively unencumbered views of the historic chapel.
1.1Free of debt or other financial liability.
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  • There is an important public interest in discouraging restraint on trade, and maintaining free and open competition unencumbered by the fetters of restrictive covenants.
  • For Winer, the trick is to find prime land that's unencumbered by debt, yet managed by people with a vision for it.
  • The way to ensure that there aren't hungry people in the world is to give peasants land, unencumbered by debt peonage.

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