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Definition of "unstinted" []

  • Not constrained, not restrained, or not confined. (adjective)

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Use "unstinted" in a sentence
  • "His interest in the University of Virginia is attested by every loyal alumnus, and many will recall the unstinted devotion which he showed by leading the fights in the Legislature for or against those bills which affected the University of Virginia."
  • "NEW DELHI: Under fire for his handling of violent protests in the Kashmir valley, Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday received the "unstinted" backing of the Congress leadership even though he was advised to be alert to further trouble."
  • "The decidedly elitist tourism industry in Kerala has also remained unaffected by the state's industry-unfriendly image--thanks to militant trade unions and often narrow-minded politics--and has, in fact, got unstinted government backing."