Definition of "unincumbered" [un•in•cum•bered]

  • Alternative form of unencumbered. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unincumbered" in a sentence
  • "Sir Hugh Tyrold inherited from his ancestors an unincumbered estate of"
  • "In point of fortune, speculatists deemed them equal; for though the estate of Halder was as yet unincumbered with the mortgages that hung upon that of Lord"
  • "This was in line with their engagement to secure an environment in which their economic aspirations towards Arab oil and the immense blowback in British business contracts which would follow to modernise the medieval ME would proceed. unincumbered."