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unrestricted

Line breaks: un|re¦strict¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnrɪˈstrɪktɪd
 
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Definition of unrestricted in English:

adjective

Not limited or restricted: unrestricted access to both military bases
More example sentences
  • This would later develop into unrestricted submarine warfare.
  • A UN resolution adopted last month mandates unrestricted access at all Iraqi sites.
  • These will also grow tax-free and children will have unrestricted access to the funds once they are 18.
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Derivatives

unrestrictedly

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adverb
Example sentences
  • Only those who unconditionally and unrestrictedly consider the market economy as the only workable form of social cooperation are opponents of the totalitarian systems and are capable of fighting them successfully.
  • The unspoken assumption behind Mr Gledhill's letter is that motorists should be in the position of being able to travel freely and unrestrictedly.
  • All kerbs, bollards and barriers will be swept away, and cars and people will mingle unrestrictedly on what is intended to become a glamorous new boulevard, adorned with fountains and sculptures.

Words that rhyme with unrestricted

self-inflicted, unconstricted, unencrypted, unpredicted

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