/ (ˌʌnrɪˈstrɪktɪd) /

  1. not restricted or limited in any way: unrestricted access

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How to use unrestricted in a sentence

  • But the regulations made association among inmates of the same sex practically unrestricted.

  • A war will be waged through an unrestricted press upon your government and your people.

  • Red, with the hunger of the long-denied, with the unrestricted appetite of the intellectually low, had not discriminated.

    Garrison's Finish | W. B. M. Ferguson
  • Many looked to Washington, some for unrestricted trade, a few for political union.

    The Canadian Dominion | Oscar D. Skelton
  • Laurier would not go so far, and the policy of unrestricted reciprocity was made the official programme in 1888.

    The Canadian Dominion | Oscar D. Skelton