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Unconstrained, free from constraint; 1) voluntary: “with free and u. soul,” Ado IV, 1, 25. “he did it u.” H6C I, 1, 143. 2) not put on in opposition to nature and inclination, and therefore imposing no constraint: “playing patient sports in u. gyves,” Compl. 242 (cf. Cymb. V, 4, 15).
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