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Synonyms for unrestrained

not subject to restraint

marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

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With this one little drawback (if it is a drawback), there is nothing infirm or old or awkward about him; his slight limp when he walks has (perhaps to my partial eyes) a certain quaint grace of its own, which is pleasanter to see than the unrestrained activity of other men.
Clerval at first attributed my unusual spirits to joy on his arrival, but when he observed me more attentively, he saw a wildness in my eyes for which he could not account, and my loud, unrestrained, heartless laughter frightened and astonished him.
All that part of it was over--Dudley's stammering speech, the unrestrained delight of Polly Wetherby, the facetious rendering of 'The Wedding Glide' on the piano by Roscoe Sherriff, and it now remained for her to try to discover a way of conveying the news to Bill.
There was no justice, there was no right, anywhere in it--it was only force, it was tyranny, the will and the power, reckless and unrestrained! They had ground him beneath their heel, they had devoured all his substance; they had murdered his old father, they had broken and wrecked his wife, they had crushed and cowed his whole family; and now they were through with him, they had no further use for him--and because he had interfered with them, had gotten in their way, this was what they had done to him!
As Elinor was neither musical, nor affecting to be so, she made no scruple of turning her eyes from the grand pianoforte, whenever it suited her, and unrestrained even by the presence of a harp, and violoncello, would fix them at pleasure on any other object in the room.
Don Quixote thanked him, and ate a little, and Sancho a good deal, and then they both lay down to sleep, leaving those two inseparable friends and comrades, Rocinante and Dapple, to their own devices and to feed unrestrained upon the abundant grass with which the meadow was furnished.
In this country, it must be confessed, fortune-hunting has made giant strides, within the last few years, and that, too, with an audacity of pretension that is unrestrained by any of the social barriers which exist elsewhere."
The CPSC said that it was aware of 10 infant deaths in the Rock 'n Play that occurred when infants rolled from their back onto their stomach or side while unrestrained.
Researchers found that unrestrained drivers had a higher probability of having an unrestrained passenger across all age groups for both fatal and nonfatal crashes.
It is not just the ambulances blowing their sirens but every car and bus passing adds to the growing noise by unrestrained use of horns.
In background with food objects, reaction time in restrained eaters is more than that of unrestrained eaters.
The CJP remarked during the course of the hearing of the case ' No one can be given unrestrained freedom.
In the last five years, laws introduced in about a dozen states to prevent driving with an unrestrained animal have failed as many lawmakers and the public view such measures as overreach.
Summary: Beijing [China], Feb 11 (ANI): China, in recent times, has faced scepticism over its pledges to wage a "war on pollution" and end the unrestrained burning of coal in the country.
Osaghae said the governors on the other hand, have used unrestrained powers to emasculate the capacities of state legislative assemblies with local government councils practically strangulated.