Definition Of trammeled

verb

deprive of freedom of action.

those less trammeled by convention than himself

Example Of trammeled

  • As the protesters sat on the floor the police line of 80 or more officers would pound forward trammelling the seated protesters.

  • Both have trammeled their critics and opponents.

  • I don't think that's anything to do with a specific right of academic freedom which is the right to pursue your academic location without being trammelled by our particular academic fashions.

  • I think this is another paradigm of countries in transition, the bad roads left behind after being trammelled by the carts of history.

  • Making this case all the more pointed, even the right of a woman to criticize her own religion has been trammeled .


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