verb (used with object)
Origin of obstruct
SYNONYMS FOR obstruct
Examples from the Web for unobstructed
Inherent Vice brings you a sprawling, unobstructed narrative, and then asks you to savor as much as you can.There Will Be Spliffs: ‘Inherent Vice’ Is a Bizarro Stoner Noir|Alex Suskind|October 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It needs an unobstructed transportation corridor to move goods and people internally.
Empire, for example, is an unobstructed shot of the New York City landmark.
That gap continued to narrow, but the trajectory toward passage was unobstructed, which soon became clear to the revelers.My Marriage Was Annulled on an Otherwise Happy Night|Paul Festa|November 6, 2008|DAILY BEAST
The sky-light affords an unobstructed view of the firmament—not surpassed in the wilds of Scotland.
The Jamestown peninsula jutted out into the river far enough to give an unobstructed view for several miles.Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699|Lyman Carrier
Their vision ranged from mountain to mountain, unobstructed.The Flying Reporter|Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
What is a bee's architecture but an unobstructed divine thought?The Professor at the Breakfast Table|Oliver Wendell Holmes (Sr.)
When a new loop caf was opened Jo's table always commanded an unobstructed view of anything worth viewing.Cheerful--By Request|Edna Ferber