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  • I do not think, however, that the latter suffered by our freedom from restraint. Cited from Devereux, by E. B. Lytton, Book 1
  • Tea was brought; the conversation became even more free from restraint than before. Cited from Liza, by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
  • When men are free from restraint, how long will you suspend their fury? Cited from Choice Specimens of American Literature, And Literary Reader, by Martin
  • The boy, now free from restraint, became worse than ever. Cited from Stories From Seven Old Favorites, by Eva March Tappan
  • First, the change from restraint to liberty, which is a difficult phase in every life. Cited from Stray Thoughts for Girls, by Lucy H. M. Soulsby
  • Freedom from restraint came ultimately to mean a judgment upon national well-being in terms of the volume of trade. Cited from Political Thought in England from Locke to Bentham, by Harold J. Laski
  • It should simply leave a prisoner for study and observation until it was thought wise and safe to release him from restraint. Cited from Crime: Its Cause and Treatment, by Clarence Darrow
  • Our legislators, as was to be expected, at once showed the effect of release from restraint. Cited from The Unpopular Review, Volume II, Number 3, by Various
  • The Latin Quarter itself is not more free from restraint. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • What it was that he wished to do he did not know, but he felt a sudden lifting up and freedom from restraint. Cited from The Exiles and Other Stories, by Richard Harding Davis
  • Much of the charm of the club is due to this absolute freedom from restraint. Cited from Architectural Illustration, Vol. 1, No. 8, August, 1895
  • But for this provision, criminals would be comparatively free from restraint, because they could in most cases get into another state. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • One hope have I that soothes My sorrow: I can free you from restraint. Cited from Phaedra, by Jean Baptiste Racine
  • Notwithstanding it was now free from restraint it did not improve. Cited from A Text-Book of the History of Painting, by John C. Van Dyke
  • In no instance has he evinced other than a retrogression, when once freed from restraint. Cited from The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, Baker
  • Would the wild energies of these bow to such control, or yield such obedience from restraint or love? Cited from The Memories of Fifty Years, by William H. Sparks
  • What good effect could result from restraint exercised or punishment inflicted by parents whose judgment and will were dormant? Cited from Twentieth Century Negro Literature, by Various
  • Individuals should enjoy as much freedom from restraint, as much opportunity, and as much responsibility as is necessary for the efficient performance of their work. Cited from The Promise Of American Life, by Herbert David Croly
  • Joseph rose, and stretched out his arms with a freedom from restraint learnt in the barrack-room. Cited from With Edged Tools, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • That which will result from the abolition of marriage will be natural and right; because choice and change will be exempted from restraint. Cited from The Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley
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