unrestricted

[ ri-strik-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF unrestricted
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNRESTRICTED

She had been in balloons, but she had never seen an unrestricted tiger.

United labor found the cause to be unrestricted immigration.

We should ever remember, however, that the promise to hear and to answer is positive and unrestricted.

The men, at any rate, had then the most unrestricted freedom.

Diversity is the law of creation, unrestricted to race or color.

Only the unrestricted utterance of that which is, and must be, leads to the goal.

That commerce between localities in the article be unrestricted.

Finally, in 1838, the unrestricted right of lecturing was restored to him.

Its one ample window let in a flood of unrestricted sunlight.

The patient is no longer able to handle a full and unrestricted diet.

WORD ORIGIN

1766, from un- (1) "not" + restricted.

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