not impeded; unhindered
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How to use unimpeded in a sentence
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.
Four days later, on May 15, 1940, a long column of German soldiers rode unimpeded into the city to take possession.
If market forces were allowed to operate unimpeded, would entire residential neighborhood be transformed into tourism districts?
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 | THE DAILY BEAST
But he also knew that he needed unimpeded access to Nasheed, and he was uncertain that would be permitted.Intimate Documentary on Maldives’ President Nasheed Coincides With His Ouster | Stephen Farber | March 31, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
But after reviewing the handiwork of Whisper Ross—who had ambled off unimpeded—Lamb saw no reason why he should not do the same.
For some moments the progress of the boat was unimpeded, but suddenly the preceptor called: "Hold oars!"The Seven Cardinal Sins: Envy and Indolence | Eugne Sue
Man has one right only, to be free from obstacles that prevent the unimpeded fulfilment of his duties.The Life of Mazzini | Bolton King
The event was made the occasion of rowdyism unimpeded by any surveillance on the part of the government authorities.The War Upon Religion | Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
The unimpeded breath takes on a particular color or quality in accordance with the varying shape of the oral resonance chamber.Language | Edward Sapir