Empire, for example, is an unobstructed shot of the New York City landmark.
That gap continued to narrow, but the trajectory toward passage was unobstructed, which soon became clear to the revelers.
It needs an unobstructed transportation corridor to move goods and people internally.
Inherent Vice brings you a sprawling, unobstructed narrative, and then asks you to savor as much as you can.
I had an unobstructed view of the tower and of the Tudor garden.
The top of the chaise was down, so that the view was unobstructed on every side.
For myself, however, I simply regard it as one of Nature's own cures, unobstructed and unembarrassed by medicine.
If she had wished to proceed the path now lay clear and unobstructed before her.
The channel was unobstructed; and not an island, islet, or rock, was visible.
One of them is unobstructed by furniture, and is wholly visible.
obstruct ob·struct (əb-strŭkt', ŏb-)
v. ob·struct·ed, ob·struct·ing, ob·structs
To block or close a body passage so as to hinder or interrupt a flow.