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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunreservedlyun‧re‧serv‧ed‧ly /ˌʌnrɪˈzɜːvɪdli $ -ɜːr-/ adverb  COMPLETEif you express a feeling or opinion unreservedly, you do it completely and without any doubts He apologized unreservedly.
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unreservedlyOf course, the best way of getting these goodies is to give unreservedly.County NatWest helped sentiment by declaring itself unreservedly positive on short-term prospects.This humble mollusc can be unreservedly recommended as it is hardy and lives exclusively on algae.The unfulfilled potential for new roles can not be completely and unreservedly surrendered to the psychiatrist.Until very recently, his public statements were unreservedly unilateralist.
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