Definition of unreservedly in US English:

unreservedly

adverb

  • 1Without reservations; completely.

    ‘I unreservedly recommend the book’
    ‘I apologize unreservedly for what I said’
    • ‘I suggest that, given the film's 'call to humanity', the spectator obliges unreservedly.’
    • ‘Not all the writing in this book is unreservedly enthusiastic.’
    • ‘It is inconceivable that George, whose works are luminous with Christian fervor, did not unreservedly endorse this sentiment.’
    • ‘He had devoted himself too unreservedly to scientific studies ever to be weaned from them by any second passion.’
    • ‘We agree unreservedly to the second condition.’
  • 2Frankly and openly.

    ‘we like to be able to talk unreservedly about ourselves’
    • ‘With whom else than Jasper's father could Darrell so properly and so unreservedly discuss a matter in which their interest and their fear were in common?’
    • ‘I now have none with whom I can unreservedly commune as I did with him.’
    • ‘May I unreservedly tell you the object of my visit without the fear of giving you offence?’
    • ‘Her alarm may be imagined, having unreservedly divulged to her cousin the very suspicions that she would fain have concealed from him of all men in the world.’
    • ‘He clearly and unreservedly speaks of his relations with the others, and of the honour and recognition they accorded him.’

Pronunciation

unreservedly

/ˌənrəˈzərvɪdli//ˌənrəˈzərvidlē/