unincumbered

Related to unincumbered: unencumbered property

unincumbered

(ˌʌnɪnˈkʌmbəd)
adj
a variant of unencumbered
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As the Dahcotahs advanced with beasts, which had not, like that of the Pawnee, expended their strength in former efforts, and as they moved unincumbered by any thing but their riders, the speed of the pursuers greatly outstripped that of the fugitives.
of the earth He made for their subsistence, unincumbered [sic] by their
A gravel walk ran through this beautiful Shrubbery, and as the remainder of the paddock was unincumbered with any other Timber, the surface of it perfectly even & smooth, and grazed by four white Cows which were disposed at equal distances from each other.
Why, then, might we expect that Derrida's (teaching of) deconstruction in regard to (in this essay) the teaching of Nietzsche might offer a straightforward choice to the audience or student of Derrida, between unincumbered intellectual freedom, on the one hand, or absolute bondage to pedagogical mastery, on the other?
10) All loans shall be provided upon the security of real estate or chattel mortgages; upon the security of real estate, no loans shall be made to exceed 40 per cent of the value of a first mortgage on unincumbered, improved urban property or agricultural land; upon the security of chattel mortgages, no loans shall be made to exceed 40 per cent of the market value of crops harvested, gathered, and stored on the date of loan (Sec.
But the federal housing commissioner indicated that even those changes could be accommodated if the Clinton administration wins congressional approval to turn the FHA into an "entrepreneurial" government corporation unincumbered by standard government procedure.
She therefore suggested a clearer definition of frameworks and a suspension of the Osmotherley Rules so that Chief Executives could give their own accounts of agency work to Parliament unincumbered by ministerial constraints.