Unaccompanied in a sentence

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Definition of Unaccompanied

  • without anybody else or anything else
  • being without an escort
  • playing or singing without accompaniment

How to use unaccompanied in a sentence. Unaccompanied pronunciation.

Louise, the next day, wanted to take Emmeline to town, and showed dissatisfaction when she had to go unaccompanied.
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Hence those forms of headache which while, being unaccompanied by any especial circulatory derangements, succeed, oftentimes, with relentless regularity upon any considerable degree of mental work.
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Moreover, the boldness of her unaccompanied visit to him provoked and challenged him.
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Our eldest Malcolm, whom we name hereafter The Prince of Cumberland: which honour must Not unaccompanied, invest him only; But signs of nobleness, like stars, shall shine On all deservers.
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Nadiboff, just returning from an unaccompanied stroll down by the water front.
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That these qualities were not unaccompanied by a considerable amount of hauteur, is shown by her uncompromising rejection of the ceremonial advances made to her by that accomplished courtier, the man in black.
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In the same countries, beyond the glaciated regions, lakes abruptly cease, and in warmer and tropical countries are either entirely absent, or consist, as in equatorial Africa, of large sheets of water unaccompanied so far as we yet know by numerous smaller ponds and tarns.
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In one bed of sandstone the trunk of a large palm-tree was found unaccompanied by other fossils, and near Vevay, in the same series of Lower Miocene strata, the leaves of a palm of the genus Sabal (Figure 151), a genus now proper to America, were obtained.
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One of the leaf-beds consists of a compressed mass of leaves unaccompanied by any stems, as if they had been blown into a marsh where a species of Equisetum grew, of which the remains are plentifully imbedded in clay.
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The churchyards of the parochial churches were to be opened for the burial of their dead, but the funerals were to be unaccompanied with exhortation, or any public demonstration which might excite disturbance.
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One feels most for the sheep and lambs, when the softened fancy recurs to the streams and hedgerows, and pleasant pastures, from whence the woolly exiles have been ejected; and yet the emotion of pity isnot wholly unaccompanied by admiration at the sagacity of the canine disciplinarians that bay them remorselessly forward, and sternly refuse the stragglers permission to make a reconnoissance on the road.
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It was probably owing to this fact, that my uncle gave orders, once for all, I was never to go into the street alone; and I believe, in my whole life, I had never taken a walk unaccompanied by a servant, or one of my teachers.
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When he had assured himself that she was unaccompanied he drew near, remarking that though she would not answer his letters she would perhaps not wholly close her ears to his spoken eloquence.
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Once more Folly's gay ripple of laughter rang out, but it was unaccompanied this time.
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The older writers mentioned as a curious fact that avulsion of the arm, unaccompanied by hemorrhage, had been noticed.
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Belchier, Carmichael, and Clough report instances of this nature, and, in the latter case, the progress of healing was unaccompanied by any uncomfortable symptoms.
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In gigantism the so-called "giant growth of bones" is often congenital in character, and is unaccompanied by inflammatory symptoms.
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If the injury is unaccompanied by lesion of the abdominal or thoracic viscera, the prognosis is not so unfavorable as might be supposed.
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During the day he would have eight or ten erections, unaccompanied by any voluptuous emotions.
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Even when we got to what seemed fortifications they turned out to be the walls of an old reservoir, and bore on their gate a paternal warning that children unaccompanied by adults were not allowed within.
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Examples of Unaccompanied

Example #1
They began to feel uncomfortable, and seriously thought of getting rid of the burden so imprudently undertaken.
Example #2
She stayed till late in the evening, and came back with a gay account of her calls upon two or three old friends-the girls of whom she had spoken to Mrs. Mumford.
Example #3
It is not my purpose to discuss the treatment of the multifarious forms of cephalalgia on this occasion, did time permit.
Example #4
There would seem to be ample ground for ascribing great causative importance to excessive irritation of the brain plasma itself.
Example #5
He looked at her irresolutely; then with an effort he turned to his statue and fell to work.
Example #6
All the vindictive passion, all the rage with David that was surging within her, did but give the more daring and decision to her attitude, and a wilder power to her look.