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unrestricted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrestrictedun‧res‧trict‧ed /ˌʌnrɪˈstrɪktɪd◂/ AWL adjective  not limited by anyone or anything unrestricted access to information
Examples from the Corpus
unrestrictedReporters were later given unrestricted access to the evidence in the case.Open drives provide unrestricted access to the rear of a property.A report by development services director Stephen Tapper says bus lanes produce considerable time savings by allowing public transport unrestricted access.So she can have a new beginning unrestricted by a past life.Under the new plan, people would have unrestricted choice of doctors.Delta Air Lines Inc. would charge $ 449 for the same trip under recently published unrestricted coach fares.What remained of Belfast's mudflats seemed certain to be diminished by unrestricted dumping.The Dolphins are $ 4 million under the cap but also have 17 players set to become unrestricted free agents.Most countries do not permit unrestricted immigration.The statement of areas of information held should identify restricted as well as unrestricted information.The U.N. demanded unrestricted searches for weapons within the country.unrestricted accessA report by development services director Stephen Tapper says bus lanes produce considerable time savings by allowing public transport unrestricted access.At the other extreme is the park to which the public has unrestricted access during daylight hours.We should be allowed unrestricted access to outside money sources.And individuals who want unrestricted access to the internet can simply obtain a service provider in a neighbouring country.Open drives provide unrestricted access to the rear of a property.
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