I adjective boundless, effrenatus, free, immoderate, independent, limitless, open, permitted, unbound, unbounded, unbridled, unchecked, unconditional, unconfined, unconstrained, uncontained, uncontrolled, unfettered, unforbidden, unlimited, unobstructed, unqualified, unrestrained, unshackled, untrammeled, without strings associated concepts: unrestricted use II index absolute (complete), autonomous (independent), competitive (open), complete (all-embracing), comprehensive, copious, dictatorial, exempt, general, immune, omnibus, open (accessible), open-ended, peremptory (absolute), plenary, public (open), sovereign (independent), unbound, unconditional, unlimited, unqualified (unlimited)

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