As for purely domestic concerns, Geist was so excellent a manager that his master trusted him without reserve.
The story was hard to tell, but she told it, without pause, without reserve.
One school reported that "four professors here have adopted them without reserve and made them the soul of their teaching."
She was out of breath and Viznina admired her without reserve.
So when Lulie asked his advice Galusha gave it, such as he happened to have in stock, whole-heartedly and without reserve.
When they do not feel friendly they show that without reserve.
When you say that Unum non est, you must mean that it does not partake of existence in any way — absolutely and without reserve.
It is for this reason I desire you to tell me without reserve the object of your visit.
I don't comprehend what he means, although he held this language to me very expressly and without reserve.
I will remain, if you will promise to speak openly and without reserve.
"something stored up," 1610s, from reserve (v.) or from French réserve, a Middle French back-formation from reserver. Meaning "self-imposed restraint on freedom of words or actions; habit of keeping back the feelings" is from 1650s.
reserve re·serve (rĭ-zûrv')
v. re·served, re·serv·ing, re·serves
To keep back, as for future use or for a special purpose.
To set or cause to be set apart for a particular person or use.
Held back, set aside, or saved.
Forming a reserve.