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Not constricted.‘everyone was relaxed and happy at that wedding, genial and unconstricted’
- ‘Hair swished over the hips, down to the ankles, free and unconstricted.’
- ‘With your spirit open and unconstricted, look at things from a high point of view.’
- ‘Mounted directly upon the wall, they escape into the space of the viewer, unconstricted by the tyranny of the framing edge.’
- ‘Interestingly, GFP-ARC5 can be faintly detected in unconstricted chloroplasts indicating that ARC5 may play a role in chloroplast division earlier than was previously suggested from analysis of the arc5 mutant.’
- ‘He enjoyed the sensation of his full belly hanging over his loose pajama bottoms, unconstricted and merry in its fleshy freedom.’
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