not restricted; without reservation; full; entire; unqualified: unreserved approval.
free from reserve; frank; open: unreserved behavior.
not kept or set apart for a particular use or person: unreserved seats.

Origin of unreserved

First recorded in 1530–40; un-1 + reserved
Related formsun·re·serv·ed·ly [uhn-ri-zur-vid-lee] /ˌʌn rɪˈzɜr vɪd li/, adverbun·re·serv·ed·ness, noun

Synonyms for unreserved

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Examples from the Web for unreserved

Historical Examples of unreserved

  • Wishes she had accepted of Lovelace's unreserved offer of marriage.

    Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)

    Samuel Richardson

  • She smiled, and looked into his eyes again with a confession of unreserved trust.

    Dr. Sevier

    George W. Cable

  • We talked with unreserved freedom, as we had nothing to fear.

    James Boswell

    William Keith Leask

  • "His letter is a most unreserved one, indeed," said she, cautiously.

    Sir Jasper Carew

    Charles James Lever

  • His admiration of the great Emperor was unreserved in everything but expression.

    Some Reminiscences

    Joseph Conrad

British Dictionary definitions for unreserved



without reserve; having an open manner
without reservation
not booked or bookable
Derived Formsunreservedly (ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːvɪdlɪ), adverbunreservedness, noun
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