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unreserve

[uhn-ri-zurv]
noun
  1. absence of reserve; frankness; candor.
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Origin of unreserve

First recorded in 1745–55; un-1 + reserve
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Examples from the Web for unreserve

Historical Examples

  • The unreserve and unreason of her passion at last disgusted him.

    A Spoil of Office

    Hamlin Garland

  • Did that unreserve speak in favor of her virtue and her principles?

  • The third characteristic of Oriental speech is its intimacy and unreserve.

    The Syrian Christ

    Abraham Mitrie Rihbany

  • She had welcomed Ralph with the unreserve of the days of their childhood.

    The Vision of Elijah Berl

    Frank Lewis Nason

  • How strange and new were these reckless outbreaks of unreserve.

    The Pastor's Wife

    Elizabeth von Arnim