unobstructed

adjective
un·​ob·​struct·​ed | \ ˌən-əb-ˈstrək-təd How to pronounce unobstructed (audio) , -äb-\

Definition of unobstructed

: clear or free from obstructions or obstacles : not obstructed an unobstructed view of the river

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Last Light, our 11th-floor neighborhood bar, is a world above the heat of the city, with incredible, unobstructed views from our two rooftop decks. Vanessa Lawrence, ELLE Decor, "Atelier Ace's New New York City Hotel Wants to Help You Clear Your Head," 14 May 2019 To access one of the supernodes, a resident needs to get a wi-fi router node and install an antenna—either on the roof of their building or in a window with an unobstructed line of sight to the supernode’s transmitting antennas. Larry Greenemeier, Scientific American, "Net Neutrality Loss Could Rekindle ISP Alternatives for Internet Access," 8 Jan. 2018 In one sitting room the low line of the curved sofa allows for unobstructed views of the leafy street below. Olivia Martin, Town & Country, "This Upper East Side Townhouse Is Brimming With Bespoke Furniture and French Antiques," 25 Jan. 2019 The doors are transparent, which is meant to give drivers an unobstructed view of the road. Liz Stinson, Curbed, "Biomega unveils a radically simple electric vehicle," 27 Nov. 2018 Throw in the hillside oak and fruit trees on 1.02 acres and unobstructed views of Mt. Diablo, and this modern marvel makes for a perfect California retreat. Megan Barber, Curbed, "Hillside modern marvel with pool and views asks $4.9M," 24 Oct. 2018 The kitchen also has a memorable design with no upper cabinetry so that views are maximized and unobstructed. Lisa Zapalac, Houston Chronicle, "Contemporary ‘butterfly roof house’ near Memorial Park," 10 June 2018 Unique Sightseeing Like some air-tour companies in other tourist destinations, FlyNYON offered flights on helicopters with the doors open or removed to allow passengers to take unobstructed photographs of the landscape below. Kenneth P. Vogel And Patrick Mcgeehan, New York Times, "Months Before Deadly Crash, Helicopter Pilots Warned of Safety Issues," 7 Apr. 2018 Besides the matters of development, peace, and affluence, unobstructed access to resources may come to mind. Nathan Sproul, Fortune, "How Relying on Oil Makes Us More Vulnerable to Cyberattacks," 10 May 2018

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1648, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unobstructed was in 1648

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