verb (used with object), reg·u·lat·ed, reg·u·lat·ing.
- regular verb,
- regular year,
- regulated tenancy,
- regulation t,
- regulation u,
Origin of regulate
Examples from the Web for unregulated
Instead of dousing the wild blazes of unregulated capitalism, regulatory policy can pour fuel on the fire.
Unregulated consumption is the prevailing attitude when it comes to the Internet.Porn Fights For Your Right to Surf: Pornhub, YouPorn, and Redtube Lead Charge For Net Neutrality|Aurora Snow|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Until recently, Thailand was one of the most unregulated locales for commercial surrogacy.
A new book about Victorian-era London reminds us that unregulated, disorderly places grow into great metropolises.
Experts say petty crime rate in Japan may possibly increase when organized crime members go underground and unregulated.
For it holds that an unregulated struggle for existence does not secure the end individualism professes to seek.Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
The crises due to this unregulated production, and the costliness of the struggles, led to the formation of joint-stock companies.The Common Sense of Socialism|John Spargo
Mother-right must be explained without any reference to unregulated sexual conduct.The Position of Woman in Primitive Society|C. Gasquoine Hartley
It is a mistake for a person with an unregulated imagination to go and look at an illustrious world's wonder.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
It is generally far more due to an ill-trained, unregulated, excitable, nervous temperament than to any other cause.The Mystic Will|Charles Godfrey Leland
Word Origin for regulate
early 15c., "adjust by rule, control," from Late Latin regulatus, past participle of regulare "to control by rule, direct," from Latin regula "rule" (see regular). Meaning "to govern by restriction" is from 1620s. Related: Regulated; regulating.