Definition of unencumbered
: free of encumbrance
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The ruling is largely a salary-cap mechanism that allows the Heat to enter free agency unencumbered by the possibility of Bosh's salary returning to their payroll.
Unlike the U.S., states are unencumbered by international historical baggage such as human rights, Tibet, the South China Sea, North Korea and nuclear proliferation, through Brown has at times expressed interest in those topics.
The result of such a shift in relations is likely to be a more independent Europe, very likely led by a robust Germany increasingly unencumbered by the restraints of World War II memories, some experts say.
Unafraid of confrontation and unencumbered by an active sense of humor, Bunning could come across as pugnacious.
Her little brother, unencumbered by the baggage of memory, is having a dangerously wonderful time.
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