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un·re·served

 (ŭn′rĭ-zûrvd′)
adj.
1. Not held back for a particular person: an unreserved seat.
2. Given without reservation; unqualified: unreserved praise.
3. Exhibiting no reserve: an unreserved grin of approval.

un′re·serv′ed·ly (-zûr′vĭd-lē) adv.
un′re·serv′ed·ness n.

unreserved

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːvd)
adj
1. without reserve; having an open manner
2. without reservation
3. not booked or bookable
unreservedly adv
ˌunreˈservedness n

un•re•served

(ˌʌn rɪˈzɜrvd)

adj.
1. without reservation; full; unqualified: unreserved approval.
2. free from reserve; frank; open.
3. not kept or set apart for a particular use or person: unreserved seats.
[1530–40]
un`re•serv′ed•ly, adv.
un`re•serv′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unreserved - not reservedunreserved - not reserved        
reserved - set aside for the use of a particular person or party
2.unreserved - not cautious or reticentunreserved - not cautious or reticent; "unreserved behavior"
demonstrative - given to or marked by the open expression of emotion; "an affectionate and demonstrative family"
uninhibited - not inhibited or restrained; "uninhibited exuberance"
unrestrained - not subject to restraint; "unrestrained laughter"
reserved - marked by self-restraint and reticence; "was habitually reserved in speech, withholding her opinion"-Victoria Sackville-West

unreserved

adjective total, full, absolute, complete, entire, unlimited, unconditional, unqualified, wholehearted, without reservation Charles displays unreserved admiration for his grandfather.

unreserved

adjective
1. Not spoken for or occupied:
2. Without limitations or mitigating conditions:
5. Disposed to be open, sociable, and talkative:
Translations
صَريحغَيْر مَحْجوزكامِل
bezvýhradnýnerezervovanýpřímý
ikke reserveretligetiluforbeholden
afdráttarlaushreinskilinnófrátekinn
atklātsnedalītsnepasūtītsnerezervētspilnīgs
nerezervovaný
ayrılmamışiçtenkayıtsız şartsızsamimîtutulmamış

unreserved

[ˈʌnrɪˈzɜːvd] ADJ
1. (= not booked) → no reservado
2. (= frank) → franco, directo
3. (= complete) → total, completo

unreserved

[ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːrvd] adj
[approval, admiration] → sans réserve; [apology] → complet/ète
[seat] → non réservé(e)

unreserved

adj
(= frank) personnicht reserviert, offen; he’s quite unreserved about his feelingser zeigt seine Gefühle ganz offen
(= complete) approval, apology, supportuneingeschränkt; praise, admirationuneingeschränkt, rückhaltlos
(= not booked)nicht reserviert

unreserved

[ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːvd] adj
a. (seat) → non prenotato/a, non riservato/a
b. (approval, admiration) → senza riserve

unreserved

(anriˈzəːvd) adjective
1. (of a seat etc) not reserved. These seats are unreserved.
2. complete. The committee gave his suggestion unreserved approval.
3. frank. She had a cheerful, unreserved nature.
ˌunreˈservedly (-vid-) adverb
1. completely; utterly. We are unreservedly delighted/relieved about the result.
2. frankly. She spoke unreservedly.
References in classic literature ?
Apart from that, it mentioned, in terms of unreserved admiration, the energetic character of Dr.
Here Catherine and Isabella, arm in arm, again tasted the sweets of friendship in an unreserved conversation; they talked much, and with much enjoyment; but again was Catherine disappointed in her hope of reseeing her partner.
The letter of the Observatory of Cambridge was published by them, and commented upon with unreserved approval.
Of his sense and his goodness," continued Elinor, "no one can, I think, be in doubt, who has seen him often enough to engage him in unreserved conversation.
They so far exceed the usual though unjustifiable licenses of party artifice, that even in a disposition the most candid and tolerant, they must force the sentiments which favor an indulgent construction of the conduct of political adversaries to give place to a voluntary and unreserved indignation.
Bingley had soon made himself acquainted with all the principal people in the room; he was lively and unreserved, danced every dance, was angry that the ball closed so early, and talked of giving one himself at Netherfield.
It was in her loneliness that Katharine was unreserved.
I must either risk the most unreserved acknowledgment of the interests that I really had at stake, or I must make the best excuse that occurred to me for abandoning my
It was understood that this learned man was the physician as well as friend of the young minister, whose health had severely suffered of late by his too unreserved self-sacrifice to the labours and duties of the pastoral relation.
Grant foresaw in her; and being a warm-hearted, unreserved woman, Mary had not been three hours in the house before she told her what she had planned.
The country custom of unreserved comradeship out of doors during betrothal was the only custom she knew, and to her it had no strangeness; though it seemed oddly anticipative to Clare till he saw how normal a thing she, in common with all the other dairy-folk, regarded it.
This mute accomplice had returned, after having completed the work it had been destined to perform; it returned with the traces of the crime; it spoke to the guilty author of that crime, with the frank and unreserved language which an accomplice never fears to use in the company of his companion in guilt; for it spoke the truth.