unstopped


unstopped
un·stopped (ŭn-stŏptʹ) adj.
1. Not stopped:

an era of unstopped progress in medicine.

2. Having no stopper or plug:

an unstopped bottle.

3. Linguistics. Capable of being prolonged, as the consonants (z) and (l).

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