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Definition of Unrestrained

  • not subject to restraint

How to use unrestrained in a sentence. Unrestrained pronunciation.

There are thoughts which pour oil on the fire of the passions and inflame man's flesh and blood more powerfully than the most unrestrained license.
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All she now desired was perfect freedom from responsibility,-to be, as it were, a mere lodger in the house, to come and go unquestioned and unrestrained by duties.
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Was it given to Rodney to see her unmasked, unrestrained, unconscious of her duties?
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He assured her of the promises he had received from her relations to grant her the liberty and the indulgence that her early and unrestrained habits required; and, in the most delicate and respectful terms, he inclosed an order for a sum of money sufficient at any time to command the regard of those with whom she lived, or to enable her to choose, should she so desire (though he advised her not to adopt such a measure, save for the most urgent reasons), another residence.
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Later, on the same day, the Southern Ocean caused the _Sapphire_ to lurch over in such an unrestrained fashion that the two drawers fitted under Mr. Bunter's sleeping-berth flew out altogether, spilling all their contents.
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Sadie Ried was never fretful, never petulant, and very rarely angry; but when she was, it was a genuine case of unrestrained rage, and woe to the individual who fell a victim to her blazing eyes and sarcastic tongue.
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And when she said nothing: "You think I'm unrestrained, and I am, in a way.
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This willingness to let the unrestrained spirit romp was strong in Corot-and it is to be recommended.
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Patients of this kind are, as early as possible, returned to the unrestrained enjoyment of liberty with the expectation that the new scenes and surroundings may have a beneficial influence, besides having the advantage of relieving the overcrowded institutions.
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If it shall be determined by the Senate that all channels of information in relation to the corrupt proceedings of this dangerous corporation shall be cut off and the Government and country left exposed to its unrestrained machinations against the purity of the press and public liberty, I shall, after having made this effort to avert so great an evil, rest for the justification of my official course with respectful confidence on the judgment of the American people.
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It seemed as if New England was a region given up to the dreams of fancy and the unrestrained experiments of innovators.
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Its sphere is indeed small and limited, but within that sphere its action is unrestrained; and its independence gives to it a real importance which its extent and population may not always ensure.
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A nation which is determined to remain free is therefore right in demanding the unrestrained exercise of this independence.
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But the unrestrained liberty of political association cannot be entirely assimilated to the liberty of the press.
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It must be acknowledged that the unrestrained liberty of political association has not hitherto produced, in the United States, those fatal consequences which might perhaps be expected from it elsewhere.
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It cannot be denied that the unrestrained liberty of association for political purposes is the privilege which a people is longest in learning how to exercise.
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In a country like the United States, in which the differences of opinion are mere differences of hue, the right of association may remain unrestrained without evil consequences.
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In America, democracy is swayed by its own free propensities; its course is natural and its activity is unrestrained; the United States consequently afford the most favorable opportunity of studying its real character.
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His letters to his secretaries, though never undignified, are simple, easy, and unrestrained, and the letters written by them to him are similarly plain and business-like, as if the writers knew that the person whom they were addressing disliked compliments, and chose to be treated as a man.
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He gave way to a most unrestrained fit of crying.
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Examples of Unrestrained

Example #1
There is a logic of the passions, but there are also passions in logic.
Example #2
From the heroes of Dostoevski we may see how abstract thought may be passionate, how metaphysical theories and deductions are rooted, not only in cold reason, but in the heart, emotions, and will.
Example #3
Thus, by aid of circumstance, had she put herself into complete accord with the spirit of her time.
Example #4
Henceforth her position would be like that of Horace.
Example #5
He seemed to see that beneath the quiet surface of her manner, which was almost pathetically at hand and within reach for all the trivial demands of daily life, there was a spirit which she reserved or repressed for some reason either of loneliness or-could it be possible-of love.
Example #6
No; he refused to believe it.