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unconstrained

Line breaks: un|con¦strained
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈstreɪnd
 
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Definition of unconstrained in English:

adjective

Not restricted or limited: unconstrained growth
More example sentences
  • This political apathy enabled the ruling elites to exercise their authority unconstrained by popular pressure.
  • The useless surplus is the surplus of freedom itself, the margin of free production unconstrained by production for necessity.
  • Souter's money has bought around half the billboard sites in Ayr, unconstrained by the tight rules on campaign expenditure because it is not representing any one candidate.

Derivatives

unconstrainedly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • Nothing will be achieved by slating or praising Boris unconstrainedly.
  • Filled with a humour truly divine, he strolled unconstrainedly through a multitude of cares.
  • Time and loving guidance enable them to waken unconstrainedly into the tempered sounds.

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