/ (ʌnˈtɛðəd) /

  1. not tied or limited with or as if with a tether

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How to use untethered in a sentence

  • "Yes, yes," replied Grandfather Death, as slowly he untethered one by one the swine of Eubouleus.

    Figures of Earth | James Branch Cabell
  • The jennet was untethered and Robin upon its back in a flash; then the lad heard the whizz of an arrow past him.

    Robin Hood | Paul Creswick
  • Horses were untethered and saddled, and within five minutes the posse was ready to start.

  • To him she had always been what a pretty young matron usually is to a well-bred but hare-brained youth just untethered.

    The Younger Set | Robert W. Chambers