Definition of unfetter in English:

unfetter

Line breaks: un|fet¦ter
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɛtə
 
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verb

[with object]
Release from restraint or inhibition: his imagination is unfettered by the laws of logic the settlement fails to unfetter the market from anti-competitive conduct unfettered artistic genius
More example sentences
  • The children were encouraged to unfetter their imaginations and let them soar, for it was more important to participate in the competition, rather than win the top prizes.
  • The act released his physical energies without unfettering his will.
  • And that won't work much longer, as Blair's desire to unfetter the executive from parliamentary - and Civil Service - control leads to further constitutional ‘reforms’.

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