Definition of unrestrained in English:

unrestrained

Line breaks: un|re¦strained
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈstreɪnd
 
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adjective

Not restrained or restricted: a display of unrestrained delight
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  • In the early days of the market system, he argues, a Protestant ethic kept the unrestrained economic impulse of capitalism in check.
  • But clearly, Gus Macdonald's airports review is the beginning of the end for unrestrained growth in air travel.
  • His dreams, are wild and unrestrained because they are supposed to be safe; they are, after all, dreams.
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unrestrainedly

adverb
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  • But why did the mostly liberal crowd at last week's Washington premiere - people who like to think of themselves as thoughtful and fair-minded - applaud so unrestrainedly?
  • Ellis is unrestrainedly keen, because he isn't as ‘shockingly nervous’ as he says he was during last year's TV debut.
  • She squelched back to the car sobbing unrestrainedly, dried and changed out of her wet clothes wailing and cursing.

unrestrainedness

noun
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  • It all came back, a flood of unrestrainedness so contrary to what I have felt myself to be lately.
  • From her songs, one can sense the many layers of her personality, the unrestrainedness and the heroic aspect.
  • Even if it looks like it's snowing in many of the paintings, for me, the unrestrainedness of the summer and the autumn that always comes too soon are present in these works.

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