unbridled


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unbridled

(of a horse, etc.) wearing no bridle
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The cause of my dejection," returned Don Quixote, "is not that I have fallen into thy hands, O valiant Roque, whose fame is bounded by no limits on earth, but that my carelessness should have been so great that thy soldiers should have caught me unbridled, when it is my duty, according to the rule of knight-errantry which I profess, to be always on the alert and at all times my own sentinel; for let me tell thee, great Roque, had they found me on my horse, with my lance and shield, it would not have been very easy for them to reduce me to submission, for I am Don Quixote of La Mancha, he who hath filled the whole world with his achievements.
He forgot his promise to Clara to keep their engagement secret--he forgot everything but the unbridled insolence of Wardour's language and manner.
He opened his eyes, and into them came the unbridled anger of a kidnapped king.
Captain MacWhirr and Jukes kept hold of each other, deafened by the noise, gagged by the wind; and the great physical tumult beating about their bodies, brought, like an unbridled display of passion, a profound trouble to their souls.
That was not the phrase for such a girl as Miss Tulliver; it would have been more correct to say that she had been actuated by mere unwomanly boldness and unbridled passion.
Her retinue, her reserved compartment in the train, her pile of unnecessary trunks, portmanteaux, and strong-boxes, all helped to increase her prestige; while her wheeled chair, her sharp tone and voice, her eccentric questions (put with an air of the most overbearing and unbridled imperiousness), her whole figure--upright, rugged, and commanding as it was--completed the general awe in which she was held.
Where all becoming seemed to me dancing of Gods, and wantoning of Gods, and the world unloosed and unbridled and fleeing back to itself:--
Half a mile away, he saw her astride an unsaddled, unbridled horse that moved unwillingly, at a slow walk, across the pasture.
Whether unbridled curiosity, or ungovernable dread, dictated Miss Verinder's questions I do not presume to inquire.
I was conscious, even when I took the draught, of a more unbridled, a more furious propensity to ill.
Three of the horses that finished behind Gun Runner in last months $16 million Pegasus Cup at Gulfstream Park, West Coast, Gunnevera and Collected are likely contenders, together with three-time Group 1 winner Unbridled Forever.
Like in Boracay, the group said the government should look into the environmental degradation caused by the unbridled development, including massive coastal-land reclamation, to pave the way for the operation of beach resorts along coastal areas in the province.