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untrammeled also: (British English) untrammelled
American English: /ˌənˈtræməld/
British English: /ʌnˈtram(ə)ld/

adjective

  • [literary]untrammeled by something
    libre de algo
    untrammeled by the cares of everyday life
    libre de las ataduras del quehacer cotidiano
    Example sentences
    • ASEAN's embrace of information and communications technology obviously requires individual creativity, freedom of expression and untrammeled communications.
    • But there is a still better guide to their behaviour: there is one area where they get to exercise untrammelled power, free from any opposition constraints, and behave exactly as they like.
    • India has lived with terrorism long enough to know that only an untrammelled expression of the popular will is the best antidote to terror.

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