Origin of trammel
OTHER WORDS FROM trammeltram·mel·er; especially British, tram·mel·ler, nounun·tram·meled, adjectiveun·tram·melled, adjective
How to use trammel in a sentence
Neither is he trammeled by any nice distinctions as to what may or may not be considered game.In New England Fields and Woods|Rowland E. Robinson
She's monopolized, as usual; trammeled by a rash engagement to some poor man who is never likely to get money enough to marry her.The Queen of Hearts|Wilkie Collins
Her language is eloquent even though trammeled by the necessity of having an interpreter.
He was of a metaphysical turn of mind, and in the pursuit of truth was in no way trammeled by popular superstitions.Eighty Years And More; Reminiscences 1815-1897|Elizabeth Cady Stanton
The kings authority in his own dominions would no longer be trammeled by the claims of a foreign authority to over-ride it.Ten Tudor Statesmen|Arthur D. Innes