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  • s  free from constraint
    he was unconstrained by any of the sanctions of polite society
    the dog was unconstrained
    idle, unconstrained gossip

  • The unconstrained, he says, believe in government action to improve life; the constrained believe in markets and process.
  • New Publishing is cheap, promiscuous and unconstrained by paper, money or institutional taste.
  • Among them were vandalism and the lack of a fixed formula for determining what should and shouldn't be included in an encyclopedia unconstrained by physical limitations.

  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Guardian Unlimited
    We cannot send a signal that the next attorney general in any way condones torture or believes that the president is unconstrained by law,said Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York.
  • Nicolas Sarkozy in International Herald Tribune
    The idea of the all-powerful market, unconstrained by any rule or political intervention, is mad. The idea that markets are always right is mad,Sarkozy said in a stinging speech Thursday, sounding more like a leftist on a soap box than the...
  • President Bush in USA Today
    In Washington Tuesday, President Bush warned the US public to brace for more casualties in the fight against "as brutal an enemy as we have ever faced, unconstrained by any notion of common humanity and by the rules of warfare."

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