Her affections were untrammelled by false hopes or unrequited love.
untrammelled, instructive speech he accounts the surest weapon.
It appealed to his deep love of chaotic and untrammelled nature.
Her life as a girl in Germany was as free and untrammelled as a happy breeze.
The girl was fresh and nave, perfectly free and untrammelled, a tiny bit reckless, a little out of the common.
Who, untrammelled by precedents, shall write us such a history?
Or is it that the cost of things never enters into these untrammelled people's heads at all?
When the legs are thin and apart, observation is untrammelled.
He felt himself reviving amid natural surroundings, his humanity developing wide and untrammelled.
There was no denying he was certainly a most strange and untrammelled person.
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.