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unimpeded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunimpededun‧im‧ped‧ed /ˌʌnɪmˈpiːdɪd◂/ adjective  happening or moving without being stopped or having difficulty unimpeded progress
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unimpededWe observed that you were travelling excessively slowly on a wide road, unimpeded by any other traffic.In May the Soviet Union proposed the abolition of 75 percent of the existing stocks of weapons and offered unimpeded inspection.I steal out of bed and creep stealthily to the main room for an unimpeded look at the row of windows.The shirt hung straight to her knees unimpeded much by feminine curves.Whatever option is picked should allow the maximum unimpeded traffic flow on to and off of city streets.unimpeded traffic flowHigh in the air, he had had an unimpeded view of them, poor wretches, too terrified even to pray.
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