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.
- un·re·serv·ed·ly [uhn-ri-zur-vid-lee], /ˌʌn rɪˈzɜr vɪd li/, adverb
- un·re·serv·ed·ness, noun
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How to use unreserved in a sentence
A woman continuously in search of new creative outlets, Maks unreservedly embraced this photo shoot.
As they say in the one Middle Eastern country where America is unreservedly popular: bupkis.Reality Check: Obama Has Not Restored America's Image in the Middle East | David Frum | October 23, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Likud Party Platform unreservedly rejects the notion of a Palestinian state.
Early in the sixties he knew only a few numbers from Glinkas second opera, which pleased him unreservedly.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky | Modeste Tchaikovsky
I have, time and again, gone out and given them very frankly and unreservedly my settled opinion of the whole concern, from Jeff.Portrait and Biography of Parson Brownlow, The Tennessee Patriot | William Gannaway Brownlow
Unreservedly she had laid herself as a "damn fool" at our feet—or rather at Jaffery's feet, for I did not count for much.Jaffery | William J. Locke
The Central Authority in 1907 applies this principle unreservedly to one class only, the wayfarers or vagrants.English Poor Law Policy | Sidney Webb
Van Bibber lit a fresh cigarette, and settled himself comfortably and unreservedly to listen.Gallegher and Other Stories | Richard Harding Davis
British Dictionary definitions for unreserved
without reserve; having an open manner
not booked or bookable
- unreservedly (ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːvɪdlɪ), adverb
- unreservedness, noun
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