So many of the delegates who are coming to the convention are unbound delegates.
He glides almost instantly from place to place as if unbound by mortal shackles such as gravity and momentum.
The prisoners, now unbound, washed and happy, were seated in the place of honor on each side of the chief.
Another of the men shared a similar fate, and another; and then they unbound me.
Tom unbound his hand, and the youthful Æsculapius gazed at it with great interest.
On this the Captain-Major ordered him to be unbound, and becomingly dressed.
Had not a towel been but now unbound from the hair shining here under his glance in luxuriant brown coils?
How had he unbound his fastenings—who had furnished him with the knife?
They unbound and supported him; one of them threw over his shoulders his woollen tunic.
He unbound his crimson silk cloth and whisked it about in the water to wash it.
Suæ huæt ðu unbindes ofer eorðu bið unbunden in heofnum. [Lindisfarne Gospels, Matt. xvi:19]Unbound is from Old English unbunden, in literal sense. Figurative sense first attested late 14c.; of books from 1540s.