unrestrictive

ADJECTIVE
  1. not tending to restrict
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  • I replaced the factory air intake box with an unrestrictive air intake filter and the factory muffler with a free flow muffler. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Cooking the Books on Cash for Clunkers
  • With generally low tuition and unrestrictive admissions policies that emphasize open enrollment," the report said, community colleges "serve individuals ranging from those earning their first educational credential to midcareer professionals seeking to upgrade their skills or reenter the workforce. Opportunity at a Bargain Price
  • Virginia campaign law is very unrestrictive, as long as there is timely disclosure. Waldo Jaquith - Blog Summit, day 2.
  • However desirable it may seem to confine _who_ and _which_ to unrestrictive clauses, they are not confined to them in actual practice. Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition
  • Do you think that they -- they're arguing that, as far as the black community is concerned, their interests are best served by not eliminating all so-called unrestrictive soft money? CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2002
  • Merely holding an uncongenial opinion one that would be considered radically unrestrictive in most of the developed world makes on a “traitor”, “defector”, and “5th-columnist”. Friendly Fire: Gun Nuts Go Full-Auto on One of Their Own « Lean Left
  • She mentioned the women's empire waist gowns—"they were so very unrestrictive"—and the "rakes, duels, gossipy old ladies, carriage rides, balls, wigs, pet monkeys, the time it took for letters to arrive. A Sweet Spot in Literary History
  • Over his 40-year career, this non-serial pursuit has allowed him to explore painting in a most unrestrictive and innovative manner. Bill Bush: The Complexities, Realities and Mysteries of Relationships: This Artweek.LA (November 21, 2011)
  • As Helmut Gruber emphasizes, the "new woman" was presented as intelligent, educated, engaged in politics and social life, dressed in unrestrictive garments, and professionally successful. Trafficking Materials and Gendered Experimental Practices: Radium Research in Early 20th Century Vienna
  • Those philosophers with relatively weak naturalist commitments are inclined to understand ˜naturalism™ in a unrestrictive way, in order not to disqualify themselves as ˜naturalists™, while those who uphold stronger naturalist doctrines are happy to set the bar for Naturalism
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