Definition of unobstructed in US English:



  • Not obstructed.

    ‘an unobstructed view of the water’
    • ‘For a wireless service to work the antenna on your premises must have an unobstructed view to the provider's base station.’
    • ‘The view from their house is completely unobstructed over Loch na Gar, and she likes to take their border terrier, Dougal, for walks up the hill at the back.’
    • ‘When she did, she gave herself an unobstructed view of the kitchen beyond the living room and Chris, standing there, watching her.’
    • ‘The large glass area provides an unobstructed view, ideal when doing loader work in tight buildings or in the yard.’
    • ‘No grass, no animals, no dirt, not even an unobstructed view of the sky or sun.’
    • ‘Height restrictions imposed around the Todd Mall precinct and town in general mean we have unobstructed range views from almost everywhere.’
    • ‘I'm an unexceptional six feet tall, and I found that I had a pristine, unobstructed view of the stage.’
    • ‘Certainly none near us, and we had an unobstructed view from about 10 metres away.’
    • ‘They are specially designed to comfortably hold up to 25 people each and have unobstructed panoramic views of London and beyond.’
    • ‘Eight of the rooms have unobstructed harbour views, the other two overlooking the beautiful garden.’
    • ‘I had a clear and unobstructed view of the road ahead of me and there were no other vehicles in my lane either ahead or behind.’
    • ‘Atop each Core is a contemplative chamber, open to an unobstructed view of the sky.’
    • ‘From where he is sitting, like me, he too has an unobstructed view of the lower half of every passerby.’
    • ‘Bits of it are smoked plastic and others offer a completely unobstructed view of its workings and innards.’
    • ‘If I get a gallery ticket I think the view is unobstructed if distant.’
    • ‘Many of the windows are unadorned, leaving the views unobstructed.’
    • ‘Grabbing my camera I stepped out and along the lane to the point where there is a view of the sky unobstructed by houses.’
    • ‘The baby's parents were sitting at a front-window table from which they had an unobstructed view of their child.’
    • ‘There were no cars at the light, it was a clear day, and I had an unobstructed view up the avenue, all the way to the park.’
    • ‘The new lay-by is solely for taxis to drop off and pick up customers with bus passengers having clear unobstructed access to buses from the footway.’
    unblocked, passable, unimpeded, open, empty, free, unlimited, unrestricted, unhindered
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