unaccompanied

All Adjective Verb
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  • All personnel live on post, and most served a one year unaccompanied tour of duty.
  • All personnel live on post; most served a one year unaccompanied tour of duty.
  • She had not been brought up to fear putting her foot out of doors unaccompanied. Cited from Weighed and Wanting, by George MacDonald
  • Accordingly, his songs for unaccompanied voice and small chamber pieces are his most popular works.
  • His strength was great, but of the dead kind unaccompanied by activity. Cited from The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Vol. 20, No. 559
  • He looked up to see Elizabeth coming back towards him unaccompanied. Cited from Elizabeth's Campaign, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • This unaccompanied piece was the included in a set mostly composed of selected classical tracks.
  • He had just time to deliver his message, before another unaccompanied gentleman appeared. Cited from The Two Destinies, by Wilkie Collins
  • A man, who was unaccompanied by friends, wished to see the church he had heard so much of. Cited from The Parish Clerk (1907), by Peter Hampson Ditchfield
  • It is believed he usually sang unaccompanied, although he sometimes accompanied himself on the guitar.
  • He never permitted his wife to leave the borders of the town unaccompanied. Cited from A Woman's Impression of the Philippines, by Mary Helen Fee
  • It includes minors who are left unaccompanied after they entered the territory of state.
  • No unaccompanied women were allowed there, and the entrance was separate from the main doors.
  • Money given to missions, unaccompanied by prayer, can no doubt be made to do great good. Cited from Quiet Talks with World Winners, by S. D. Gordon
  • It was not the custom for young girls to go upon the streets unaccompanied. Cited from Virgilia, by Felicia Buttz Clark
  • They perform music, both accompanied and unaccompanied, of various musical time periods.
  • He is also known for having performed and recorded regularly as an unaccompanied solo vocal artist.
  • Nor has he, when he could possibly help it, gone up unaccompanied by at least one Cambridge fellow. Cited from Parkhurst Boys, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • It must not be thought that the revolution which was taking place in her was unaccompanied with suffering. Cited from The Bostonians, Vol. II (of II), by Henry James
  • Unaccompanied, she travels home to battle the baron who took her village's sons.
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Meaning of unaccompanied

  • adjective Being without an escort
  • adjective Playing or singing without accompaniment
    the soloist sang unaccompanied