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unimpeded

Line breaks: un|im¦peded
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪmˈpiːdɪd
 
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Definition of unimpeded in English:

adjective

Not obstructed or hindered: an unimpeded view across the headland
More example sentences
  • Many buildings also have first floor space that would give a clear view, unimpeded by traffic.
  • This relatively open setting allowed for unimpeded views from the villa across the demesne.
  • He had an unimpeded view of the oncoming Allied forces.
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unimpededly

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adverb
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  • Of course, since my children are running about unimpededly through my house it is harder to concentrate.
  • With her grandfather's and her death, the new church leaders can unimpededly assume power.
  • It's the kind of ‘freedom’ cancer cells have, as they assert themselves so unimpededly.

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