verb (used with object), tram·meled, tram·mel·ing or (especially British) tram·melled, tram·mel·ling.
Origin of trammel
Related formstram·mel·er; especially British, tram·mel·ler, nounun·tram·meled, adjectiveun·tram·melled, adjective
Examples from the Web for untrammeled
Part of the problem, politicos say, is Rove charting an untrammeled path for a political consultant.
They were untrammeled, therefore, as to their hours and habits.The Bread Line|Albert Bigelow Paine
I did not approach the examination of the subject wholly free and untrammeled by prejudice and uninfluenced by bias.A Book Written by the Spirits of the So-Called Dead|C. G. Helleberg
Regarding himself as one of the fraternity, he called himself brother Albert, and left William untrammeled in the cares of state.The Empire of Austria; Its Rise and Present Power|John S. C. Abbott
Neglect may have come upon the gardens but even John Bartram could not deny the wild beauty of these untrammeled things.The Personality of American Cities|Edward Hungerford
There seems to be no reason why they should linger on the way to untrammeled freedom or restrict themselves within a scale.Musical Memories|Camille Saint-Sans