from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not held back for a particular person: an unreserved seat.
- adj. Given without reservation; unqualified: unreserved praise.
- adj. Exhibiting no reserve: an unreserved grin of approval.
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- adj. Not reserved.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not reserved; not kept back; not withheld in part; unrestrained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not reserved; not restricted; not limited; not withheld in part; without reservation; full; entire: as, unreserved obedience to God's commands.
- Open; frank; concealing or withholding nothing; free: as, an unreserved disclosure of facts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not reserved
- adj. not cautious or reticent
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Fewer than 50 copies of the Limited Edition remain unreserved at this point.
Only a handful of copies remain unreserved, so if you’d like a rare piece of Bradbury memorabilia, get your order in soon.
Only six copies of the Lettered Edition remain unreserved.
A very few copies of the lettered edition remain unreserved.
The enlargement of his heart towards them (2Co 7: 3) produced his openness of mouth, that is, his unreserved expression of his inmost feelings.
As I have blogged previously, will-writing is a so-called unreserved activity, meaning that anyone can do it whether or not they have a legal qualification, professional indemnity insurance and so on - and in fact doing it yourself is a popular option too, with Lawpack, the leading provider of DIY wills via WH Smith, Tesco and the like, selling around 200,000 packs a year.
Although about a quarter of that total was reserved for purposes such as debt payments, the report said, "the remainder was classified as unreserved, undesignated fund balance and was available for spending, subject to statutory and constitutional spending constraints."
When I was in college I did it regularly, and in those days the trains were "unreserved" so there would be hundreds of people standing all the way from Providence to New York and beyond.
Labour have encouraged this vile intrusive emotionalizing life-as-soap-opera mawkishness, with its attendant tears and "unreserved" apologies, so they really should not be surprised when the beast eventually turns on them.
He was mobbed when he made appearances here in Canada, a fact which never failed to flabbergast him, but in this detached society we simply never get to see that kind of unreserved love; when we do, how can we help but be drawn to it?