unstopped

un·stopped

 (ŭn-stŏpt′)
adj.
1. Not stopped: an era of unstopped progress in medicine.
2. Having no stopper or plug: an unstopped bottle.
3. Linguistics Capable of being prolonged, as the consonants (z) and (l).

unstopped

(ʌnˈstɒpt)
adj
1. not obstructed or stopped up
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics denoting a speech sound for whose articulation the closure is not complete, as in the pronunciation of a vowel, fricative, or continuant
3. (Poetry) prosody (of verse) having the sense of the line carried over into the next
4. (Music, other) (of an organ pipe or a string on a musical instrument) not stopped
References in classic literature ?
IN the morning we went up to the village and bought a wire rat-trap and fetched it down, and unstopped the best rat-hole, and in about an hour we had fifteen of the bulliest kind of ones; and then we took it and put it in a safe place under Aunt Sally's bed.
"Not in those very words, but if we leave an earth unstopped, it is the same as though we wished to save Abu Hussein from the hounds.
The Blind Girl never knew that ceilings were discoloured, walls blotched and bare of plaster here and there, high crevices unstopped and widening every day, beams mouldering and tending downward.
"If we keep quiet on this violation, this will lay a dangerous path for Lebanon," he said, adding that unstopped drone attacks could lead to a situation similar to what is happening in Iraq.
From the door of the tunnel, we can see all the buildings, green trees, and high flying flag of Qatar showing the unstopped development of the country.
We see the horrendous brutality, unstopped and unpunished barbarities unleashed against the defenceless population.
The diplomat added, "Not only is DPRK [North Korea] circumventing the petroleum ban it has systematically circumvented it all last year and is systematically circumventing it this year and, unstopped, it will have basically achieved the same amount of refined petroleum smuggled into North Korea as it did last year."
My wife shouldn't be punished, for a stupid decision, why should she surfer?" Lladrovci lied charmingly to the authorities and passed into Montenegro unstopped.
its jingling, jinking, orthogonally unstopped rhymes and showy
Other writers in the newspaper, including Elham Abu El-Fateh, shed light on the unstopped Israeli aggression on Palestinian lands.
"Then the eyes of the blind shall be opened, the ears of the deaf unstopped.Then shall the lame man leap like the hart the tongue of the dumb shall sing for joy" (Isaiah 35.5-6).
ratio of one unstopped malicious link for every 50 emails inspected.