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Not hindered or obstructed.
unlimited, open, free, clear, unhindered, unimpeded, unhampered, unchecked, unopposed, unbridled, unrestrained, unconstrained, unblocked, untrammelled, unbounded, unconfined, uncurbed, unconditional, unqualified, absolute, totalView synonyms
- ‘It was alleged that he claimed he sometimes needed a walking stick and crutches yet was capable of working as a police officer unhindered.’
- ‘You can wander around the place, unhindered - which I do a lot when I'm working, up and down from the PC.’
- ‘Letting women wear what they want, unhindered by state diktat, is the only proper course for a democracy.’
- ‘To see one of these great prehistoric creatures wandering unhindered in its natural habitat is both thrilling and a very special treat.’
- ‘Eventually he found an agreeable home in the University of Utah where his inventive genius could work unhindered.’
- ‘Then Garry O'Connor took his turn, scampering unhindered before shooting tamely across goal.’
- ‘How can you have sheltered accommodation where anybody can walk into the building unhindered?’
- ‘In the same story your reporter mentions that cars can now drive unhindered through Bingley town centre.’
- ‘Because the bodies of the men that died in the mission were buried in Norway, the site is not treated as a war grave and recovery of the wreckage can proceed unhindered.’
- ‘Not many years ago you used to be able to drive around Swindon unhindered and, yes, there is more traffic on the road now.’
- ‘Bowling unhindered through the Suffolk verdure, Peel offers a courteous monologue on the local environment.’
- ‘As a result, technologists and businesses cannot assume unhindered forward progress.’
- ‘It has been estimated that if current plans proceed unhindered wind farms will be visible from every Munro in this land.’
- ‘You can crush your enemies in the most ruthless and vile of ways all the while unhindered by such weaknesses as remorse or guilt.’
- ‘One of these years the Masters will make it through the week unhindered by dark clouds and rain and crackling thunder in the skies above Augusta.’
- ‘As an entrepreneur, of course, I see all this as an opportunity, not an obstacle to the unhindered operation of the free market.’
- ‘In the far Pacific, they live lives unhindered like ours.’
- ‘Good work by their pack allowed scrum-half Ian Wilson to pick up from the base of a scrum and race unhindered to the line to score.’
- ‘The man got his five minutes in the sun absolutely unhindered.’
- ‘Just imagine being utterly unhindered by the barriers of language.’
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