unregimented

unregimented

(ʌnˈrɛdʒɪˌmɛntɪd)
adj
not regimented, organized, or ordered
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However, the military does relax this rule for unregimented events such as family days and sports days.
(33) Davidson's approach to education was equally unregimented. As noted above, her students expressed appreciation for her openness to their trying new methods.
We stand for a community that embraces a beauty lifestyle that is unregimented, fun and free.
Our time then, unregimented with lessons, day camps and organized play as that of kids today, did follow a pattern of sorts: mornings at the Mississippi State swimming pool, by noon home for lunch, and afternoons usually on our own.
(45) It was Embree who famously described Thai peasants as individualistic, unregimented, and 'loosely structured'.
Brands, sensing the chance (in that giveaway phrase) to get in under the radar,poseasrealpeople.And,as always, the great unregimented army of the public soon begins to smell rats.
and "Unregimented Writing," in CONNECTED MINDS, EMERGING
Cristina Vatulescu's outstanding book focuses on the fate of the unregimented creative intelligentsia in Stalin's Russia and Stalinized Romania, the interplay between artistic creation and police supervision, coercion, and persecution.
In a refreshing relief from uncritical and repeated references to Servicemembers as "warriors" among current writers, Marshall notes that the American military does not produce "warriors per se," but instills in its members a sense of "the right thing to do" in the "long run." (13) Marshall explains the need for the armed forces to instill values, saying they have a greater need to do so than "gentler institutions" because of the unregimented character of American citizens and the demands and pressures of war and combat.
In a similar way, Milkman's and Macon's subject positions are dislocated and unregimented. All the textual evidence point that both Ruth and Milkman have the status of "L'hommelette", lacking any demarcation or boundary of the self.
to represent an unregimented one." Lest this Adornian "respite from regimentation" be interpreted as "too privatized" (and Eurocentric), said concludes tellingly by demonstrating the "public" (and Eastern) face of this revocational vocation--this radical antinarrative sense of "beginning"--in the provocative words of "an Islamic intellectual like Ali Shariati, "a prime force in the early days of the Iranian Revolution, when his attack on 'the true, straight path, this smooth and sacred highway'--organized orthodoxy--contrasted with the devastations of constant migration":