unobstructed


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un·ob·struct·ed

 (ŭn′əb-strŭk′tĭd, -ŏb-)
adj.
Free from obstructions; clear: an unobstructed view.

unobstructed

(ˌʌnəbˈstrʌktɪd)
adj
(of a passageway, view, etc) not blocked by any object
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unobstructed - free from impediment or obstruction or hindranceunobstructed - free from impediment or obstruction or hindrance; "an unobstructed view"
obstructed - shut off to passage or view or hindered from action; "a partially obstructed passageway"; "an obstructed view"; "justice obstructed is not justice"

unobstructed

adjective
Free from obstructions:
Translations

unobstructed

[ˈʌnəbˈstrʌktɪd] ADJ [pipe etc] → despejado; [view etc] → perfecto

unobstructed

adj viewungehindert; pipefrei, unverstopft; path, roadfrei, unversperrt

unobstructed

[ˌʌnəbˈstrʌktɪd] adj (vision) → libero/a; (road) → sgombro/a; (pipe) → non ostruito/a, non bloccato/a
an unobstructed view → un'ampia visuale

unobstructed

a. abierto-a, suelto-a; libre; no obstruido.
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But supplementary to this, it has hypothetically occurred to me, that as ordinary fish possess what is called a swimming bladder in them, capable, at will, of distension or contraction; and as the Sperm Whale, as far as I know, has no such provision in him; considering, too, the otherwise inexplicable manner in which he now depresses his head altogether beneath the surface, and anon swims with it high elevated out of the water; considering the unobstructed elasticity of its envelop; considering the unique interior of his head; it has hypothetically occurred to me, I say, that those mystical lung-celled honeycombs there may possibly have some hitherto unknown and unsuspected connexion with the outer air, so as to be susceptible to atmospheric distension and contraction.
The sun rose presently and sent its unobstructed splendors over the land, and we saw a prodigious host moving slowly toward us, with the steady drift and aligned front of a wave of the sea.
When the dueling was finished and we were ready to go, the gentlemen of the Prussian Corps to whom we had been introduced took off their caps in the courteous German way, and also shook hands; their brethren of the same order took off their caps and bowed, but without shaking hands; the gentlemen of the other corps treated us just as they would have treated white caps--they fell apart, apparently unconsciously, and left us an unobstructed pathway, but did not seem to see us or know we were there.
There was unobstructed admittance on that side also; and at the door sat my old friend Nelly Dean, sewing and singing a song; which was often interrupted from within by harsh words of scorn and intolerance, uttered in far from musical accents.
Next minute "the unobstructed beam" was shining right into the knapsack itself, for all the world like one of those little demon electric lights with which the dentist makes a momentary treasure-cave of your distended jaws, flashing with startled stalactite.
The voyage of Wyeth shows the regular and unobstructed flow of the rivers, on the east side of the Rocky Mountains, in contrast to those of the western side; where rocks and rapids continually menace and obstruct the voyager.
One of them is unobstructed by furniture, and is wholly visible.
So it was that at the last moment I had my first unobstructed view of the little old tower of other days.
That was what poor old Peter himself had expected; having often, in imagination, looked up through the sods above him, and, unobstructed by.
We ascended for some forty feet when the interior of the space between the walls commenced to grow lighter and presently we came opposite an opening in the inner wall which gave us an unobstructed view of the entire interior of the temple.
Even then Achmet Zek did not advance, fearful as he was of some such treachery as he himself might have been guilty of under like circumstances; nor were his suspicions groundless, for the Belgian, no sooner had he passed out of the range of the Arab's vision, halted behind the bole of a tree, where he still commanded an unobstructed view of his dead horse and the pouch, and raising his rifle covered the spot where the other's body must appear when he came forward to seize the treasure.
It was the old Tarzan who shook his head as though to toss back a heavy mane that had fallen before his face--an old habit dating from the days that his great shock of thick, black hair had fallen about his shoulders, and often tumbled before his eyes when it had meant life or death to him to have his vision unobstructed.