Related formscon·strain·ed·ly [kuh n-strey-nid-lee] /kənˈstreɪ nɪd li/, adverbun·con·strained, adjective
Examples from the Web for unconstrained
Unconstrained by market pressures, private schools have been gouging their customers at a similar pace.
This is how America likes to think of itself: unconstrained by the past, generous, adaptable, pragmatic.
A run of the merriest, the sweetest, the most unconstrained laughter broke overhead like a bird's song.Gilian The Dreamer|Neil Munro
Violations of etiquette are most rare, yet no court in the world appears more simple and unconstrained in its forms.
It was in a perfectly calm and unconstrained voice, however, that he made answer.Under False Pretences|Adeline Sergeant
Her face and speech, fair and unconstrained, had neither shadow nor beam directed specially for me.The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete|George Meredith
With an unconstrained, independent air, Master Pearson entered the house, where the Squire stood ready to receive him.John Deane of Nottingham|W.H.G. Kingston