unrestrained / ˌʌn rɪˈstreɪnd /


unrestrained 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. not restrained or controlled; uncontrolled or uncontrollable: the unrestrained birthrate in some countries.
  2. not constrained; spontaneous: unrestrained laughter.

unrestrained 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective


unrestrained 的近义词 3
unrestrained 的反义词 2
adj. 形容词 adjective



  1. Populist right-wingers, from politicians to columnists, talk of restoring sovereignty to the people, by which they meant unrestrained majority rule, taking it back from unelected elites or bureaucrats.
  2. The inseparability of limited liability regulation from capitalism impairs the case for unrestrained deregulation, as an economy without limited liability would be considerably smaller and simpler.
  3. Expect a response in the streets … and perhaps a more draconian counter-response from a newly unrestrained president with a second mandate.
  4. People will always scratch and save if a sudden burst of unrestrained pleasure can be purchased.
  5. Physicians are overwhelmed because we are in the middle of a collision of powerful unrestrained forces.
  6. But others have argued that the establishment of the truth can only come from thorough and unrestrained courtroom examination.
  7. He lambasted the NSA for its over-zealous data grabs, and its unrestrained eavesdropping on average Americans.
  8. Democrats need to tap what scares their base most: fear of an unrestrained GOP.
  9. Mr. D., accustomed to unrestrained license of tongue, retorted with great asperity, and much harshness of language.
  10. On the evacuation of the Spaniards the unrestrained petty chiefs were like lions released from captivity.
  11. Bending over him she gently raised his head and showered unrestrained  kisses upon his lips, oblivious of all save her lover.
  12. Who would be secure from the unrestrained ravages of every base passion that finds its home in the human heart?
  13. The one sense of infinite loss agitated him, and he indulged his paroxysms of emotion unrestrained, yet silently.