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untrammeled

[ uhn-tram-uhld ]
/ ʌnˈtræm əld /
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adjective
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.
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Also especially British, un·tram·melled .

Origin of untrammeled

un-1 + trammeled
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