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unbridled
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • They stopped to look at her, laughing, and began jesting with unbridled licentiousness.
  • It’s ’the primitive force of the Karamazovs,’ as Father Paissy said the other day, a crude, unbridled, earthly force.
  • Think of that unhappy, vicious, unbridled old man, who has met with such a melancholy end, the head of a family!
  • The prisoner, a man of turbulent and unbridled temper, has not insulted me.
  • Remember the brilliant remark made by a young observer who has seen the Karamazov family at close quarters—Mr. Rakitin: ’The sense of their own degradation is as essential to those reckless, unbridled natures as the sense of their lofty generosity.’
  • Our newborn and still timid press has done good service to the public already, for without it we should never have heard of the horrors of unbridled violence and moral degradation which are continually made known by the press, not merely to those who attend the new jury courts established in the present reign, but to every one.

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  • Wolves are also strict monogamists, and although I do not necessarily consider this an admirable trait, it does make the reputation for unbridled promiscuity which we have bestowed on the wolf somewhat hypocritical.
    Farley Mowat  --  Never Cry Wolf
  • It was attached to his saddle, which was cinched around his horse, which, when they stopped, could be subtly unbridled, just enough so that with a fierce tug from her end, the chain would rip the saddle off the beast, he’d tumble to the ground, and she would— She sensed Captain Westfall’s attention.
    Sarah J. Maas  --  Throne of Glass

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