unconstraint


un·con·straint

noun \ˌən-kən-ˈstrānt\

Definition of UNCONSTRAINT

:  freedom from constraint :  ease <played the game with creative unconstraint — E. M. Swift>

Examples of UNCONSTRAINT

  1. <the actor plays the role of the comic drunkard with the kind of crowd-pleasing unconstraint that has made him a stage legend>

First Known Use of UNCONSTRAINT

1711

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