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synonyms for unstopped

  • accessible
  • clear
  • free
  • susceptible
  • wide
  • agape
  • bare
  • cleared
  • disclosed
  • emptied
  • expanded
  • exposed
  • extended
  • gaping
  • patent
  • peeled
  • removed
  • rent
  • revealed
  • rolling
  • stripped
  • unbarred
  • 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
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antonyms for unstopped

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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 unstopped in a sentence

      Amongst other signs "the eyes of the blind were to be opened, and the ears of the deaf unstopped."
      JESUS, THE MESSIAH; OR, THE OLD TESTAMENT PROPHECIES FULFILLED IN THE NEW TESTAMENT SCRIPTURES(A LADY) ANONYMOUS
      The phial must be carefully corked, and when used should be unstopped, to admit the external air, and closed again.
      ENDLESS AMUSEMENTUNKNOWN
      Leaks unstopped, broken windows unrepaired, and vermin unrestrained, soon make them unfit for habitation.
      USURYCALVIN ELLIOTT
      The little man unstopped the vial, poured a shimmering green drop on his wrist, frowning.
      TEETHING RINGJAMES CAUSEY
      In a wild woodland country, with earths unstopped, no pack of hounds could fairly run down a fox.
      A NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF J. S. RAREY'S ART OF TAMING HORSESJ. S. RAREY
      He was mounted upon a fleet mare, and dashed at full speed along the road, passing the Federal column, unstopped.
      HISTORY OF MORGAN'S CAVALRYBASIL W. DUKE
      It may be she knows why her ears were sealed and her tongue bound, now that they are unstopped and loosed.
      OUR LITTLE LADYEMILY SARAH HOLT
      Let the cask remain unstopped, till the liquor has done working.
      MISS LESLIE'S LADY'S NEW RECEIPT-BOOKELIZA LESLIE
      They had already been as far as possible, and found the river unstopped.
      MOTOR MATT'S HARD LUCKSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
      It was not difficult for him to hear through the unstopped logs.
      THE FRONTIER BOYS IN THE SIERRASWYN ROOSEVELT
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      WORDS RELATED TO UNSTOPPED

      • blood-soaked
      • blood-spattered
      • bloodstained
      • crimson
      • ensanguined
      • gaping
      • gory
      • grisly
      • hematic
      • hemic
      • imbrued
      • open
      • raw
      • sanguinary
      • sanguine
      • unstaunched
      • unstopped
      • wounded
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