without restraint or impediment; unhindered:The sermon called out reckless and untrammeled greed as the most serious spiritual problem in the country.
not developed; untouched: Whether in urban pocket parks or distant untrammeled wilderness, being active outdoors restores and recharges us.
- Also especially British, un·tram·melled .
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How to use untrammeled in a sentence
Part of the problem, politicos say, is Rove charting an untrammeled path for a political consultant.
A strange life had been hers, and it had left her like some beautiful, untamed, wild bird—untrammeled by conventionalities.They Looked and Loved | Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
Oxford I was determined to make my home; and also to bear my future course utterly untrammeled by promises that I might repent.
In her pose was a certain savage grace, an untrammeled freedom which revealed the vigorous outlines of a well-proportioned figure.Under the Rose | Frederic Stewart Isham
untrammeled emotional expression no longer seemed an heroic necessity.The Beauty | Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
But she felt that, untrammeled, she would be able to make better pictures than she had made with 106 him.Ruth Fielding on the St. Lawrence | Alice B. Emerson