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un·teth·er

 (ŭn-tĕth′ər)
tr.v. un·teth·ered, un·teth·er·ing, un·teth·ers
1. To unfasten the tether of or release from a tether.
2. To disconnect: an opinion that was untethered to reality.
3. To free from restraints: The experience untethered his imagination.

untethered

(ʌnˈtɛðəd)
adj
not tied or limited with or as if with a tether
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untethered - not confined or restricted with a tether
unbound - not restrained or tied down by bonds
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