Definition of unstinted in English:

unstinted

Line breaks: un|stint¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɪntɪd
 
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adjective

Given without restraint; liberal: they received unstinted praise
More example sentences
  • It enjoys the unswerving loyalty of natives and the unstinted praise of visitors.
  • He, the doughty champion of justice for himself, spoke as if his cabinet superiors, his ministerial colleagues and fellow parliamentarians were all offering unstinted support for his staying on in Government.
  • A good deal of credit for my success goes to his unstinted support and encouragement’.
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unstintedly

adverb
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  • There is no other fruit which may be so unstintedly allowed for diabetics with the exception of the berry fruits.
  • It was also conferred on 20 others, some of them dead, who have given their services unstintedly to the Scout movement.
  • In performing the task which I asked them to undertake, the members of the Committee made considerable personal sacrifices and have given unstintedly of their time and energy.

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