unbridled

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un·bri·dled

adjective \-ˈbrī-dəld\

: not controlled or limited : done, felt, or expressed in a free and uncontrolled way

Full Definition of UNBRIDLED

1
:  unrestrained <unbridled enthusiasm>
2
:  not confined by a bridle

Examples of UNBRIDLED

  1. The crowd was swept with unbridled enthusiasm.
  2. <a case that was solved only because of one detective's unbridled determination to bring the killer to justice>

First Known Use of UNBRIDLED

14th century

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