• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Unimprison un-im-priz′n to set free from prison.
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In literature:

Then what emotions have you had, unimprisonable rich; or what do you know of active living and of adventure?
"The Path to Rome" by Hilaire Belloc
Know, ye unimprisoned, that traffic is as restricted inside a large prison as commerce was in the Middle Ages.
"The Road" by Jack London

In poetry:

Yet when I am alone my eyes say, Come.
My hands cannot be still.
In that first moment all my senses ache,
Cells, that were empty fill,
The clay walls shake,
And unimprisoned thought runs where it will.
"Perversities - II" by John Freeman
Dearer to me the little stream
Whose unimprison'd waters run,
Wild as the changes of a dream,
By rock and glen, through shade and sun.
Its lovely links had power to bind
In welcome chains my wandering mind.
"The Recluse" by James Montgomery