Definitions

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  • adjective Not congested

Etymologies

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un- +‎ congested

Examples

  • The civilians and military personnel of the Macross managed to put together an entire city inside their ship, gleaming and beautiful with good sanitation and uncongested streets, and they built it in the space of two weeks.

    The Super Dimension Fortress Macross vs. Battlestar Galactica

  • The civilians and military personnel of the Macross managed to put together an entire city inside their ship, gleaming and beautiful with good sanitation and uncongested streets, and they built it in the space of two weeks.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The reason Des Moines is uncongested is because no one wants to go there much.

    Matthew Yglesias » Nav Canada

  • Within the network the provider uses its own more efficient form of TCP, but signals customers 'branch routers with standard TCP to indicate it is connecting with an uncongested high bandwidth segment, the company says.

    Start-up Aryaka launches WAN optimization service

  • But under the new scheme, Packard explained, lone drivers single-occupancy vehicles could also buy access to these uncongested lanes.

    Interstate 69

  • I couldn't get my sinuses uncongested, so my face hurt.

    Goodbye, Spring League 2010

  • Both sides have a lot to offer the public: inexpensive art, sales taxes, uncongested public spaces.

    A New Year's Wish List for the Arts

  • I couldn't get my sinuses uncongested, so my face hurt.

    Goodbye, Spring League 2010

  • Her parents were secular Eastern European Jews who settled in what was then an uncongested middle-class area of the Bronx.

    Ruth Barcan Marcus.

  • The road past the ticket trap was clear, and once George passed the overturned rig on the highway via the access road, he found a level section of the grassy median and crossed over onto the relatively uncongested highway.

    Down the Road

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