Simple past tense and past participle of trammel.(verb)
Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Use "trammelled" in a sentence
"Otherwise, we are more trammelled by postcode than ever, which leads to "nicer" areas becoming even more desirable, and therefore more attractive to people who can shell out to get away from undesirable people and areas."
"In between, the volatile combination of trammelled adults and frustrated teenagers explodes in a firework display of pain and mutual miscomprehension."
"Than there was the Segregationist, violator of anarchist bomber rights, and the man who trammelled the liberties of violent communist Revolutionaries by deporting them back to Europe with no "due process""