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Word: unbridled

Definition: violent; uncontrolled; Ex. unbridled rage/greed


Sentences Containing 'unbridled'

But for all of its loose threads this is a mix that sounds exactly as it should; a launch pad constructed of energy, intention and unquestionably prolific ideology, where unbridled creativity, not commercial perfectionism is key.
But restraints are not so fashionable just now as unbridled licence.
Don Quixote was on foot with his horse unbridled and his lance leaning against a tree, and in short completely defenceless; he thought it best therefore to fold his arms and bow his head and reserve himself for a more favourable occasion and opportunity.
His recent projects have explored the unparalleled reach of the protections granted under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and called attention to the harms caused by unbridled hateful speech used to deliver a general message about certain social groups by targeting specific individuals.
The Stoics aspired to the repression of all emotion, and the Epicureans to freedom from all disturbance; yet in the upshot the one has become a synonym of stubborn endurance, the other for unbridled licence.

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