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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
unrestrained population growth
▪ But, as the story tells, such unrestrained giving in to gluttony threatens destruction.
▪ It would be a remarkable party, and already our apartment was acquiring a quality of exaggerated and unrestrained festivity.
▪ Local resorts wanted the respectable if unrestrained reveller.
▪ Night fell upon, and spread its funereal pall over, a field of blood where death held unrestrained carnival!
▪ The government of Rabbie Namaliu, its patience with the rebels evidently exhausted, opted for an unrestrained military solution.
▪ When government enters into the enthusiastic, unrestrained greed of a market frenzy, we are all affected.
▪ Your laughter can be unrestrained only if you believe that nobody is getting hurt.
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1580s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of restrain (v.). Related: Unrestrainedly.


a. 1 immoderate; not restrained or held in check 2 spontaneous, natural and informal; unconstrained 3 Not subject to physical restraint.

  1. adj. not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter" [ant: restrained]

  2. extravagant or extreme; "the inhumanity of his untempered principles"- M.S.Dworkin [syn: uncontrolled, untempered]

  3. marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion; "a crowd of delirious baseball fans"; "something frantic in their gaiety"; "a mad whirl of pleasure" [syn: delirious, excited, frantic, mad]

  4. richly and brilliantly colorful [syn: flamboyant, resplendent]

Usage examples of "unrestrained".

He moved against her harder, more urgently, thrust himself deeper inside her, and Nicky was as unrestrained as he, her body arching up to his.

Surrounded with imperfect fragments, always concise, often obscure, and sometimes contradictory, he is reduced to collect, to compare, and to conjecture: and though he ought never to place his conjectures in the rank of facts, yet the knowledge of human nature, and of the sure operation of its fierce and unrestrained passions, might, on some occasions, supply the want of historical materials.

WELCOME unrestrained and, totally elaborate, prepunched in the tapes, flooded out and brought him home to his due.

And time and again she had felt it harden under her manipulations, until once more he had begun reaming her with unrestrained energy.

The effect of this brief voluptuous dance, and its equally voluptuous end, was simply indescribable,--the young men, who had watched it through in silence and flushed ecstasy, now sprang from their couches with shouts of rapture and unrestrained excitement, and seizing the other dancing-maidens who had till now remained in clustered, half-hidden groups behind the crystalline columns of the hall, whirled them off into the inviting pleasaunce beyond, where the little white and gold pavilions peeped through the heavy foliage, --and before Theos, in the picturesque hurry and confusion of the scene, could quite realize what had happened, the great globe in the dome was suddenly extinguished, .

The severity of Appius was the same in war as at home, being more unrestrained because he was free from tribunitian control.

In virtue of his membership of the crowd, the individual is released from the limitations of his personality, made free of the sub-personal, sub-human world of unrestrained feeling and uncriticized belief.

It has the unmatched insight and the unrestrained truth to prevent the continuous social disintegration caused by those who care only to secure the next vote through selling our interests to foreign enemies.

They desired, therefore, that the general would suppress the permission granted to particular merchants, and admit neutral vessels freely into their ports, that they might trade with the colonists unmolested and unrestrained.

His concern grew rapidly as he studied his out-of-control companions, while unprovoked, unrestrained hilarity reigned on the Bridge.

In a room of a hundred expensively dressed San Antonians, this guy has four large cats, unrestrained, on a stage not twenty feet from the audience.

Lodovik regarded Dors Venabili as an extraordinary creation, in some ways a perfect model for his new unrestrained self to emulate.

The pretended phallic worship of the Natchez and of Culhuacan, cited by the Abbe Brasseur, rests on no good authority, and if true, is like that of the Huastecas of Panuco, nothing but an unrestrained and boundless profligacy which it were an absurdity to call a religion.

WELCOME unrestrained and, totally elaborate, prepunched in the tapes, flooded out and brought him home to his due.

She was VIOLENT WARD 341 looking terrific: the combined effects of losing about fifteen pounds and an unrestrained rampage through the designer boutiques of Rodeo Drive.