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un·re·strained

 (ŭn′rĭ-strānd′)
adj.
1. Not controlled or held in check; immoderate: unrestrained exploitation of natural resources.
2. Uninhibited or unreserved: an unrestrained personality.

un′re·strain′ed·ly (-strā′nĭd-lē) adv.
un′re·strain′ed·ness n.

unrestrained

(ˌʌnrɪˈstreɪnd)
adj
not restrained or checked; free or natural
unrestrainedly adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrestrained - not subject to restraintunrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
uncontrolled - not being under control; out of control; "the greatest uncontrolled health problem is AIDS"; "uncontrolled growth"
free - able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint; "free enterprise"; "a free port"; "a free country"; "I have an hour free"; "free will"; "free of racism"; "feel free to stay as long as you wish"; "a free choice"
uninhibited - not inhibited or restrained; "uninhibited exuberance"
unreserved - not cautious or reticent; "unreserved behavior"
restrained - under restraint
2.unrestrained - marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotionunrestrained - marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; "a crowd of delirious baseball fans"; "something frantic in their gaiety"; "a mad whirl of pleasure"
wild - marked by extreme lack of restraint or control; "wild talk"; "wild parties"

unrestrained

unrestrained

adjective
1. Able to move about at will without bounds or restraint:
3. Unconstrained by rigid standards or ceremony:
Informal: laid-back.
Translations

unrestrained

[ˈʌnrɪˈstreɪnd] ADJ
1. (= uncontrolled) [joy, laughter, violence] → desenfrenado, incontrolado; [enthusiasm] → desbordante
to be unrestrained by moralityno estar frenado por la moralidad
to be unrestrained in one's viewsexpresar su opinión sin reservas
2. (= not held physically) [car passenger] → sin cinturón; [patient, prisoner] → sin maniatar

unrestrained

[ˌʌnrɪˈstreɪnd] adj
[violence] → déchaîné(e); [aggression] → sans bornes, incontrôlé(e); [laughter] → incontrôlé(e)
(= without seat belt) [passenger, child] → non attaché(e)
(= unhampered) → non entravé(e)

unrestrained

adj
uneingeschränkt, unkontrolliert; feelingsoffen, ungehemmt; joy, enthusiasm, atmosphereungezügelt; language, behaviourausfallend, unbeherrscht; laughterhemmungslos, unkontrolliert; violencehemmungslos, ungezügelt; to be unrestrained in one’s viewsin seinen Ansichten nicht zurückhaltend sein
(physically) → ungehindert

unrestrained

[ˌʌnrɪˈstreɪnd] adjsfrenato/a
References in classic literature ?
The travelers anxiously regarded the upright, flexible figure of the young Mohican, graceful and unrestrained in the attitudes and movements of nature.
They could not help noticing that the men were more eager, annoyingly feverish, and self-asserting in their superior elegance and external show than their old associates were in their frank, unrestrained habits.
Thoughtless and self-indulgent, and unrestrained by a master who found it easier to indulge than to regulate, he had fallen into an absolute confusion as to meum tuum with regard to himself and his master, which sometimes troubled even St.
As Elinor was neither musical, nor affecting to be so, she made no scruple of turning her eyes from the grand pianoforte, whenever it suited her, and unrestrained even by the presence of a harp, and violoncello, would fix them at pleasure on any other object in the room.
Linton complied; and had he been unrestrained, would probably have spoiled all by filling his epistles with complaints and lamentations.
Five minutes after the interview had begun, the two old friends were as easy and unrestrained together as usual.
It reminded me of our old acquaintance; it seemed the natural sequel of it; it showed me that he was unchanged; it relieved me of any uneasiness I might have felt, in comparing my merits with his, and measuring my claims upon his friendship by any equal standard; above all, it was a familiar, unrestrained, affectionate demeanour that he used towards no one else.
I find that socialism is often misunderstood by its least intelligent supporters and opponents to mean simply unrestrained indulgence of our natural propensity to heave bricks at respectable persons.
Don Quixote thanked him, and ate a little, and Sancho a good deal, and then they both lay down to sleep, leaving those two inseparable friends and comrades, Rocinante and Dapple, to their own devices and to feed unrestrained upon the abundant grass with which the meadow was furnished.
We are not authorized to expect that a more liberal or more equitable spirit would preside over the legislations of the individual States hereafter, if unrestrained by any additional checks, than we have heretofore seen in too many instances disgracing their several codes.
Ask them to sing one more song; it is so delightful to hear music in the distance, when the musicians are unrestrained by observation.
I compare her to one of those raging rivers, which when in flood overflows the plains, sweeping away trees and buildings, bearing away the soil from place to place; everything flies before it, all yield to its violence, without being able in any way to withstand it; and yet, though its nature be such, it does not follow therefore that men, when the weather becomes fair, shall not make provision, both with defences and barriers, in such a manner that, rising again, the waters may pass away by canal, and their force be neither so unrestrained nor so dangerous.