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See definition of unbarred on Dictionary.com
  • as inopen
  • as inunlocked
  • as inloose/loosen
  • as inopen
  • as inloosen

synonyms for unbarred

  • accessible
  • clear
  • free
  • susceptible
  • wide
  • agape
  • bare
  • cleared
  • disclosed
  • emptied
  • expanded
  • exposed
  • extended
  • gaping
  • patent
  • peeled
  • removed
  • rent
  • revealed
  • rolling
  • stripped
  • unblocked
  • unbolted
  • unburdened
  • uncluttered
  • uncovered
  • unfolded
  • unfurled
  • unlocked
  • unplugged
  • unsealed
  • vacated
  • yawning
  • airy
  • ajar
  • dehiscent
  • expansive
  • extensive
  • made passable
  • naked
  • navigable
  • passable
  • patulous
  • ringent
  • spacious
  • spread out
  • unimpeded
  • unobstructed
  • unshut
  • unstopped
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antonyms for unbarred

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  • hindered
  • limited
  • restricted
  • concealed
  • ambiguous
  • blocked
  • certain
  • closed
  • deceitful
  • deceptive
  • decided
  • definite
  • dishonest
  • fastened
  • inaccessible
  • locked
  • lying
  • obstructed
  • shifty
  • shut
  • subjective
  • sure
  • unavailable
  • unclear
  • vague
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How to use unbarred in a sentence

Halting before one of the numerous doors, Rokor unbarred and opened it, then stepped aside that Tamar might enter.
WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
She slipped softly out of bed, and going to the window, unbarred the heavy shutters and looked out.
A VERY NAUGHTY GIRLL. T. MEADE
The horses were harnessed, the gates unbarred, Phaëthon seized the reins, and away they flew!
'ROUND THE YEAR IN MYTH AND SONGFLORENCE HOLBROOK
Somewhat reluctantly and slowly, Mr. Morton rose; and, proceeding to the passage, unbarred the door.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
With the first ray of light that struggled through the crevices in the shutters Oliver rose, and again unbarred the door.
OLIVER TWIST, VOL. I (OF 3)CHARLES DICKENS
They did not wait long—a step was heard within—the door was slowly unbarred, and the Student himself stood before them.
EUGENE ARAM, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Of all the windows in the whole village this was the only one that was unbarred, and where the curtains were parted.
BOYS AND GIRLS OF COLONIAL DAYSCAROLYN SHERWIN BAILEY
Down the stairs I ran, three steps at a time, as fast as my long legs would carry me, and unbarred the door.
AN EGYPTIAN PRINCESS, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
The house was surrounded by a wall, but, as she hoped, the gate was unbarred.
A SOLDIER'S DAUGHTERG. A. HENTY
He unbarred the door, and his suspicions were, of course, instantly realized.
THE RIVALS OF ACADIAHARRIET VAUGHAN CHENEY
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