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Adj.1.uncurbed - not restrained or controlleduncurbed - not restrained or controlled; "unbridled rage"; "an unchecked temper"; "ungoverned rage"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
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But most importantly the encounter encouraged the perpetrator who is a "free-fugitive" to gain more impunity and unleash an uncurbed vengeance against the victims in Darfur, N.
Land is still being degraded, forests lost and species endangered as uncurbed carbon emissions continue to change the environment we live in," he highlighted.
21) this could well give rise to a "vicious circle in which the league, as a monopoly in its sport market, bargains for the highest possible TV rights in view of gathering ex post sufficient resources to cover uncurbed payroll inflation (and superstar recruitment).
If we were to apply the unmodified, uncurbed, rules of the micro-cosmos (i.
He dismissed any talk of ameliorating the humanitarian situation in Syria with the armament and training of terrorists, under the name "moderate opposition", still uncurbed.
Florence Area Chamber of Commerce - Uncurbed Adventures Campaign ($5,000).
uncurbed pavement edges, flush and/or striped medians shall be swept each time the associated area is
While weather patterns can cause average temperatures to fluctuate from year to year, NASA expects that each decade will be warmer than the previous one, thanks to uncurbed greenhouse gas increases.
Uncurbed executive power would reduce the rule of law to a mere fiction.
He called Hardy "a powerful personality uncurbed by any institutional attachment or by submission to any objective beliefs.
Road accidents in Lebanon, uncurbed, had become a dreadful menace, nay a horrid fact nationwide.