Part of the problem, politicos say, is Rove charting an untrammeled path for a political consultant.
Neglect may have come upon the gardens but even John Bartram could not deny the wild beauty of these untrammeled things.
You, men, are untrammeled and stand a better chance of success than I do.
Strang and his love for untrammeled nature were hard pills for Mockwooders to swallow.
Besides, that gives us both one last, untrammeled season in town.
She was able, with an untrammeled mind, to go on with the actual work of writing the scenario.
Persecutions ceased and the work was allowed to go on untrammeled.
No nation has ever existed in which the conscience of men have been left so untrammeled and free.
With his life free and untrammeled he might yet find the truth.
We are with you in behalf of right and justice for all and for the untrammeled liberty of every American citizen.
mid-14c. (implied in trammeller) "net to catch fish," from Middle French tramail, from Old French (early 13c.), from Late Latin tremaculum, perhaps meaning "a net made from three layers of meshes," from Latin tri- "three" + macula "a mesh" (see mail (2)). Italian tramaglio, Spanish trasmallo are French loan-words.
1530s, originally "to bind up (a corpse);" sense of "hinder, restrain" is from 1727, from trammel (n.). Related: Trammeled; trammeling.