unreserve

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noun un·re·serve \ˌən-ri-ˈzərv\

Definition of unreserve

  1. :  absence of reserve :  frankness

Examples of unreserve in a sentence

  1. <with an unreserve perhaps never before witnessed in the halls of Congress, the general gave his unvarnished assessment of the war effort>

1717

First Known Use of unreserve

1717



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