unburdened


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un·bur·den

 (ŭn-bûr′dn)
tr.v. un·bur·dened, un·bur·den·ing, un·bur·dens
To free from or relieve of a burden or trouble: unburden one's mind.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unburdened - not burdened with difficulties or responsibilitiesunburdened - not burdened with difficulties or responsibilities; "unburdened by an overarching theory"- Alex Inkeles
burdened - bearing a heavy burden of work or difficulties or responsibilities; "she always felt burdened by the load of paper work"
2.unburdened - not encumbered with a physical burden or loadunburdened - not encumbered with a physical burden or load
unencumbered - free of encumbrance; "inherited an unencumbered estate"

unburdened

adjective unrestricted, unhindered, unencumbered, unhampered, unfettered She could enjoy life unburdened by marriage.
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Pavel died a few days after he unburdened his mind to Mr.
Her quick observing faculty had just detected that Clara's face showed no signs of relief, now that she had unburdened herself of her secret.
The other workers also ran forward to meet the mes-senger, who quickly unburdened himself of his informa-tion, and as quickly turned and scampered back toward the village.
Roberts sipped his highball and unburdened himself.
The first overwhelming wave of fear having passed, she was at last able to open her eyes and view her surroundings with increased interest and presently the sensation of terror slowly left her to be replaced by one of comparative security when she saw the ease and surety with which these great beasts traveled through the trees; and later her admiration for the young bull increased as it became evident that even burdened with her additional weight, he moved more rapidly and with no greater signs of fatigue than his unburdened fellows.
Briones said students should be allowed to enjoy more informal learning from parents, family and friends during the holidays, unburdened by schoolwork.
He strongly condemned the anti-people and anti-growers policies of the government and have called upon the government to review their decision to provide relief to the common man who were already unburdened due to soaring prices of essential commodities.
The 24-year-old fly-half was outstanding in the 34-7 rout of Scotland in round one but Wales were unburdened by expectation due to the loss of a host of Test British and Irish Lions to the treatment room.
Sadly, the film travels unburdened by salacious pit gossip or much in the way of technical details.
JOHNNY MARR unburdened his soul to Paul McCartney after The Smiths split up, hoping for words of wisdom and insight from a man who knows more than anyone about Big Band Break-ups (Newsnight, BBC2, Tuesday).
In a statement, the bank said that 'This often painful but very necessary process has opened the door to a new, unburdened future of the IOR.'
And, of course, there is the fact that the players, unburdened by unrealistic expectations among supporters, will be able to express themselves more freely.