unrestrained

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unrestrained (comparative more unrestrained, superlative most unrestrained)

  1. immoderate; not restrained or held in check
    The party was a scene of unrestrained debauchery.
  2. spontaneous, natural and informal; unconstrained
    Their meeting was one of unrestrained joy.
  3. Not subject to physical restraint.
    • 2009, Russell Colling, Tony W. York, Hospital and Healthcare Security (page 346)
      Managing unrestrained prisoners alone in any environment is inherently dangerous and should not be tolerated.
    • 2021 December 29, Dominique Louis, “Causal analysis: crashworthiness at Sandilands”, in RAIL, number 947, page 32:
      In an accident there will often be injuries, as people are unrestrained. But in the case of Sandilands, I don't think anyone would have foreseen the seven deaths and 62 injuries that occurred when the tram overturned [...].

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unrestrained

  1. simple past tense and past participle of unrestrain

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