unreservedly

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪsˈɜːvɪdli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without reservation
    I can unreservedly recommend this restaurant!
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How To Use unreservedly In A Sentence

  • To my outreached hand, my daughter offered her own, unreservedly. serment - French Word-A-Day
  • Our manager apologised unreservedly to the family at the time and also waived the meal bill as a gesture of goodwill. Times, Sunday Times
  • Infinitely understated but eminently sophisticated, this album is a treat made for incurable romantics to love unreservedly.
  • The paper's editor has apologized unreservedly to the senator.
  • County NatWest helped sentiment by declaring itself unreservedly positive on short-term prospects.
  • We apologise unreservedly to Henry for mangling his words.
  • A good many people in my own class are impatient of them, and think of them as harmless recreations; I fall back upon a few like-minded friends, with whom I can talk easily and unreservedly of such things, without being thought priggish or donnish or dilettanteish or unintelligible. At Large
  • Clusters of miraculously bright spectators cheered unreservedly, even though standing thigh-deep in undrained typhoon water. Times, Sunday Times
  • We apologize unreservedly for any offence we have caused.
  • The planning image, long popular in the literature, distorts these processes and thereby misguides organizations that embrace it unreservedly. The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning
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