unconstraint

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ constraint

Noun[edit]

unconstraint (uncountable)

  1. Freedom from constraint.
    • 1783, William Godwin, Four Early Pamphlets[1]:
      It is calculated to inspire unconstraint and confidence into every breast.
    • 1878, Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), A Tramp Abroad[2]:
      Nothing gives such an air of grace and elegance and unconstraint to a German or an English conversation as to scatter it full of "Also's" or "You knows."