verb (used with object), im·ped·ed, im·ped·ing.
Origin of impede
Examples from the Web for unimpeded
I did a lot of my growing up on a farm in rural Indiana and became used to this kind of unimpeded access to the past.
Since that break he had been progressing, markedly but unimpeded, toward larger and more horrendous acts of violence.Don’t Call Navy Yard Gunman Aaron Alexis a Veteran|Jacob Siegel|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Pleasure appears as the accompaniment of unimpaired and unimpeded function everywhere as far as our knowledge extends.
To his pure and unimpeded faculty the task of translating motives so diverse into mutually concordant shapes was easy.Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3|John Addington Symonds
So Bowles accepted the position gladly, and the round-up went on unimpeded.Bat Wing Bowles|Dane Coolidge
Fortunately they were unimpeded by wounded, every man having been carried back into the forest, immediately he was struck.The Young Franc Tireurs|G. A. Henty
With it the way was opened for the unimpeded and continually accelerated progress of the last two centuries.