Recent Examples of unobstructed from the Web
Clean the gutters so spring runoff moves away from your home unobstructed.
Contreras had blocked the plate, failing to provide an unobstructed path for the runner.
Officials said Paddock had booked rooms earlier this summer at Chicago’s Blackstone Hotel, which advertises rooms with an unobstructed view of Lake Michigan and Grant Park.
All boast unobstructed views of the river, and site C will give you a view of the setting sun.
Pure, unobstructed stargazing in the U.S. is a rare treat—nearly 80 percent of North Americans live in areas where light pollution obscures most of the night sky.
The four-bedroom, 9,178 square foot (853 square meter) house boasts a swimming pool, elevator, garden and unobstructed views of Hong Kong and Victoria Harbour.
Those with terminal illness could enjoy their remaining days without the fear of death looming over them, while people with PTSD could return to a normal life unobstructed by paralyzing flashbacks.
Behind the wheel, sightlines are unobstructed over the fenders and shoulder.
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First Known Use of unobstructed
Synonymsclear, cleared, free, unclogged, unclosed, open, unstopped
Antonymsblocked, clogged, closed, jammed, obstructed, plugged, shut, stopped, stuffed, uncleared
Related Wordsenterable, navigable, passable; emptied, empty, unoccupied, vacant; exposed, revealed; gaping, wide, yawning; unbarred, unbolted, unclasped, unfastened, unlatched, unlocked, unsealed; unbuttoned, unclenched, unfolded, unfurled, unzipped
Near Antonymsimpassable (also impassible); constricted, cramped, encumbered, hampered, hindered, impeded, interfered (with), trammeled (or trammelled); barricaded, blockaded, dammed, gated
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