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unbridled

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbrʌɪd(ə)ld
 
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Definition of unbridled in English:

adjective

Uncontrolled; unconstrained: a moment of unbridled ambition unbridled lust
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  • I speak, of course, of Riverdance, with its scantily clad females dancing in unison with men, in a vulgar display of wantonness and unbridled lust.
  • It became more and more difficult for the whorehouses, thriving as they did in an atmosphere of degradation and unbridled lust, to survive in such a regulatory environment.
  • While it might not be the way Shakespeare wrote it, ‘Maqbool’ too revolves around unbridled ambition and jealousy for murder.
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