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Free from physical restraint or confinement
“Nor was Silas disposed to endure the risk of having his first begotten son gored by a strolling bull or bitten by an officious, pig-leading sow, or stepped on by an unrestrained horse.”
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Not restrained, restricted or controlled
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“To think that human beings could do such things to each other out of unrestrained anger is almost unfathomable.”
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Excessive or very great in degree or level
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“These visual constructs at the human scale exist within the frame of ambulatory experience and allow for a protracted and often unrestrained level of sensory activity.”
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Of exaggerated importance or value
“Suddenly, personal strengths lose their importance or seem, in fact, to be unrestrained estimations that you're finally seeing in an honest light.”
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Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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“Is the atmosphere conducive to an unrestrained learning environment? Do the students feel threatened by the contextual-specific rules in which questions are presented?”
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Given to open displays of emotion
“Laura was an easy weeper, not just from sadness, but also from joy. So unrestrained with her emotions was she.”
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Effusive or exaggerated in one's manner or expression
“Evan had become used to my unrestrained displays of affection and high spirits.”
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Unruly in nature or behavior, lacking in discipline
“He had been unrestrained and unruly his entire life, and he would always inadvertently hurt the people around him.”
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Doing exactly what one wants, especially when this involves pleasure or idleness
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“Should I be congratulated for being an unrestrained hedonist?”
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Irresponsibly extravagant or reckless in nature
“There are grave fiscal implications involved in the compulsive and unrestrained spending practices of the Kennedy administration.”
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Having or characterized by loose morals
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“Wells warned that Southern men's unrestrained lust had spread north and corrupted Northern men's manliness.”
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Affected by or deriving from wildly uncontrolled emotion
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Lively or energetic, typically in an unruly way
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Behaving, spoken or done in a determined and forceful way
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To an absolute, complete or extremely great degree
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Unrestrained in expression
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Not disguised, plainly visible
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Possessing supreme or ultimate power
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Presented in a way that is dramatic or exaggerated
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Characterized by much talking or chatter
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Having a raunchy or ribald quality or character
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Having a harsh or menacing demeanor or nature
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Suggestive or typical of a despot or tyrant
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Full of fervor
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Not having laws
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Using or expending without restraint
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Loudly cheerful, enthusiastic or approbatory
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Not done or acting according to a fixed plan or system
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(of a person or group) Primitive and uncivilized
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Comfort based on one's experience and knowledge with their surroundings
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Not disconcerted or embarrassed
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Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
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Friendly and socially confident
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Excessively theatrical or dramatic in character or style
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