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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrestrainedun‧re‧strained /ˌʌnrɪˈstreɪnd◂/ AWL adjective  CONTROL#not controlled or limited unrestrained power
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unrestrainedNight fell upon, and spread its funereal pall over, a field of blood where death held unrestrained carnival!It would be a remarkable party, and already our apartment was acquiring a quality of exaggerated and unrestrained festivity.But, as the story tells, such unrestrained giving in to gluttony threatens destruction.When government enters into the enthusiastic, unrestrained greed of a market frenzy, we are all affected.The government of Rabbie Namaliu, its patience with the rebels evidently exhausted, opted for an unrestrained military solution.Your laughter can be unrestrained only if you believe that nobody is getting hurt.unrestrained population growthLocal resorts wanted the respectable if unrestrained reveller.
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