Yet apart from all transitory passions and the ephemeral results of mortal love, the song of the Taoist lover soars unstained, untrammelled
Vincent put into his hands, untrammelled
by orders, a division of his fleet, and Sir Hyde Parker gave him two more ships at Copenhagen than he had asked for.
Latterly he had seen only Life, felt only the great passionate pulse of existence, unwarped, uncontorted, untrammelled
by those creeds which futilely attempt to check what wisdom would be content to regulate.
It was less trouble to conform with the tradition and treat May exactly as all his friends treated their wives than to try to put into practice the theories with which his untrammelled
bachelorhood had dallied.
While I read him, I was in a world where the right came out best, as I believe it will yet do in this world, and where merit was crowned with the success which I believe will yet attend it in our daily life, untrammelled
by social convention or economic circumstance.
But the Tug, suddenly lightened, and untrammelled
by having any weight in tow, was already puffing away into the distance.
She was equally untrammelled
in her actions; and as her tactfulness proceeded from genuine humanity, her bodily vigour remained remarkable and her superiority was serene and cordial, three generations had admired her infinitely, and the last she was likely to see had pronounced her a wonderful woman.
A fairy land of flowers, and fruit, and sunshine, And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, And mountains, around whose towering summits the winds Of Heaven untrammelled
flow -- which air to breathe Is Happiness now, and will be Freedom hereafter In days that are to come?
They would be as untrammelled
in a sense as the first man and the first woman.
She carried into all her plans the independence of ideas which characterized her, and was proud to think that she could rise above other women by sharing none of their petty prejudices and by keeping herself untrammelled
by the restraints which society imposes.
A fresh, untrammelled
start was a fascinating idea to me, though two was company, and three in our case might be worse than none.
For democracy to thrive, a free and untrammelled
press is essential.