unregulated

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ regulated.

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unregulated (comparative more unregulated, superlative most unregulated)

  1. Not regulated
    • 2020 November 18, Howard Johnston, “The missing 'Lincs' and the sole survivor”, in Rail, page 58:
      Being so inflexible, the railway was easy prey to road competition, and the arrival of unregulated lorry transport from farm fields to town centres quickly captured all locally generated business.

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