[ uhn-kuhn-streynt ]
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  1. lack of constraint: Their home has a feeling of unconstraint and warm hospitableness.

Origin of unconstraint

First recorded in 1705–15; un-1 + constraint

Words Nearby unconstraint

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How to use unconstraint in a sentence

  • He made no approach to familiarity, scarcely to unconstraint.

    Chronicles of Dustypore | Henry Stewart Cunningham
  • Like many other vulgar men in similar circumstances, he wondered at the ease and unconstraint he felt in such choice company!

    Davenport Dunn, Volume 1 (of 2) | Charles James Lever
  • There is not an object here that does not point to the unconstraint of an easygoing life and uniform good-nature.

    A Tour Through The Pyrenees | Hippolyte Adolphe Taine
  • Bartrow was slowly coming to his own in the matter of unconstraint.

    The Helpers | Francis Lynde
  • With her kindly unconstraint she reached for one of his hands to test its temperature.

    Aurora the Magnificent | Gertrude Hall