1. Self-governing schools are untrammelled by education authority rules.
2. She thought of herself as a free woman, untrammelled by family relationships.
3. But the effects were the same: an untrammelled credit explosion.
4. He was not free to give her the untrammelled life that she deserved.
5. The guild, untrammelled by the weight of conservatism, was in the vanguard of cooperative thought and action.
6. Alongside the splendidly untrammelled landscape, there are disadvantages to living on Orkney.
7. Untrammelled industrialisation, particularly in poor countries, is contaminating rivers and aquifers.
8. The cemetery is a beautiful, untrammelled place, lapped by waves and shaded by tall trees, but it's 000 miles away, so I cannot make regular visits as I would if she were buried here.
9. What awaits them is a nation still mostly untrammelled by tourists, where, in the remoter parts, it's still quite possible to grasp that elusive feeling of discovery.
10. The worst excesses in the securitisation mess are encrusted precisely where regulation sought to protect banks and investors from the dangers of untrammelled credit growth.
11. No wonder those forces are so often held to be untrammelled, unfettered or merely triumphant from Seattle to Shanghai.
12. In fact another minority Conservative government would not be a bad result for Canada: neither of the main party leaders has done enough to persuade Canadians that they deserve untrammelled power.
13. A 1964 act defines wilderness, rather poetically, as "an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammelled by man".
14. Today, one can't help sensing that what began as a positive spirit of anarchy has descended into a vapid, untrammelled 'anything-goes'.