unbridled


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un·bri·dled

 (ŭn-brīd′ld)
adj.
1. Unrestrained; uncontrolled: unbridled anger.
2. Not wearing or not fitted with a bridle: an unbridled pony.

unbridled

(ʌnˈbraɪdəld)
adj
1. with all restraints removed
2. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (of a horse, etc) wearing no bridle
unˈbridledly adv
unˈbridledness n

un•bri•dled

(ʌnˈbraɪd ld)

adj.
1. not restrained; uninhibited: unbridled enthusiasm.
2. not fitted with a bridle.
[1325–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unbridled - not restrained or controlledunbridled - not restrained or controlled; "unbridled rage"; "an unchecked temper"; "ungoverned rage"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"

unbridled

unbridled

adjective
Translations

unbridled

[ʌnˈbraɪdld] ADJ (fig) → desenfrenado

unbridled

[ʌnˈbraɪdəld] adj [greed, lust, passion, imagination, enthusiasm] → débridé(e)

unbridled

adj lust, passionungezügelt, zügellos; angerhemmungslos; tonguelose; capitalismungehemmt

unbridled

[ʌnˈbraɪdld] adj (lust, ambition) → sfrenato/a
References in classic literature ?
It was a matter of public knowledge, they said, that after the conquest of King William, his Norman followers, elated by so great a victory, acknowledged no law but their own wicked pleasure, and not only despoiled the conquered Saxons of their lands and their goods, but invaded the honour of their wives and of their daughters with the most unbridled license; and hence it was then common for matrons and maidens of noble families to assume the veil, and take shelter in convents, not as called thither by the vocation of God, but solely to preserve their honour from the unbridled wickedness of man.
The doctor now interposed, and prevented the effects of a wrath which was kindling between Jones and Thwackum; after which the former gave a loose to mirth, sang two or three amorous songs, and fell into every frantic disorder which unbridled joy is apt to inspire; but so far was he from any disposition to quarrel, that he was ten times better humoured, if possible, than when he was sober.
He was not to blame for having been born with his unbridled temperament and his somehow limited intelligence.
I had just work enough to do, in mounting my employer's drawings, to keep my hands and eyes pleasurably employed, while my mind was left free to enjoy the dangerous luxury of its own unbridled thoughts.
Don Quixote was on foot with his horse unbridled and his lance leaning against a tree, and in short completely defenceless; he thought it best therefore to fold his arms and bow his head and reserve himself for a more favourable occasion and opportunity.
It is not at all probable that this unbridled spirit would pay much respect to those regulations of trade by which particular States might endeavor to secure exclusive benefits to their own citizens.
He unbridled and fed his horse, and as he re-entered the house the clock struck three.
We should be in continual squabbles with our guides and porters, and completely exposed to their unbridled brutality.
So they did not abstain; and, in the midst of the uproar, there was a frightful concert of blasphemies and enormities of all the unbridled tongues, the tongues of clerks and students restrained during the rest of the year, by the fear of the hot iron of Saint Louis.
Moody was in no humor to make allowances for the unbridled gayety of youth and good spirits.
My own spirits were high, and I bounded along with feelings of unbridled joy and hilarity.
The cavalcade had not long passed, before the branches of the bushes that formed the thicket were cautiously moved asunder, and a human visage, as fiercely wild as savage art and unbridled passions could make it, peered out on the retiring footsteps of the travelers.