verb (used with object), tram·meled, tram·mel·ing or (especially British) tram·melled, tram·mel·ling.
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Origin of trammel
OTHER WORDS FROM trammeltram·mel·er; especially British, tram·mel·ler, nounun·tram·meled, adjectiveun·tram·melled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for trammel
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