Definition of unreserved in English:

unreserved

Line breaks: un|re¦served
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈzəːvd
 
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adjective

  • 3Not set apart for a particular purpose or booked in advance: unreserved grandstand seats
    More example sentences
    • These tickets include access to the entire event, including unreserved grandstand seating and paddock entry for the racing and then entry for the concert.
    • I had booked unreserved tickets for a round trip to Milwaukee, as I knew that I would have my choice of two trains to take depending on exactly when I arrived.
    • Burnley have been allocated just 836 unreserved seats for the forthcoming First Division game at Millwall on Saturday, February 28.
    Synonyms
    unbooked, unhired, unallocated, unchartered, unoccupied, untaken, free, empty, vacant, spare

Derivatives

unreservedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • I condemn you all unreservedly as completely, totally and utterly hopeless… where the hell are you?
  • Actually, I think the only James Cameron movie I completely, unreservedly like is the original Terminator.
  • I have enjoyed my life as a call girl quite unreservedly.

unreservedness

noun
More example sentences
  • It is of recent date, and is written in all the sincerity and unreservedness of mutual confidence.
  • The unreservedness of that moment used to embarrass me, as if it were years and not merely months since we'd all seen each other last.
  • This type of reaction reduces the good feelings you were having and brings you back down to what you're familiar with - a feeling of unreservedness - that you probably grew up feeling accustomed to.

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