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un·ac·com·pa·nied

 (ŭn′ə-kŭm′pə-nēd)
adj.
1. Going or acting without companions or a companion: unaccompanied children on a flight.
2. Music Performed or scored without accompaniment.

unaccompanied

(ˌʌnəˈkʌmpənɪd)
adj
1. not accompanied
2. (Music, other) music
a. (of an instrument) playing alone
b. (of music for a group of singers) without instrumental accompaniment

un•ac•com•pa•nied

(ˌʌn əˈkʌm pə nid)

adj.
1. not accompanied; alone.
2. without accompaniment by a musical instrument.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unaccompanied - being without an escort
accompanied - having companions or an escort; "there were lone gentlemen and gentlemen accompanied by their wives"
2.unaccompanied - playing or singing without accompaniment; "the soloist sang unaccompanied"
attended, accompanied - playing or singing with instrumental or vocal accompaniment
3.unaccompanied - (of a state or an event) taking place without something specified occurring at the same time; "a headache unaccompanied by other symptoms"
separate - independent; not united or joint; "a problem consisting of two separate issues"; "they went their separate ways"; "formed a separate church"
Adv.1.unaccompanied - without anybody else or anything else; "the child stayed home alone"; "the pillar stood alone, supporting nothing"; "he flew solo"

unaccompanied

adjective
1. alone, on your own, by yourself, solo, lone, unescorted Kelly's too young to go unaccompanied.
2. unattended, abandoned, left alone, unguarded, unwatched Unaccompanied bags are either searched or removed.

unaccompanied

adjective
Lacking the company of others:
Translations

unaccompanied

[ˈʌnəˈkʌmpənɪd] ADJ
1.solo, no acompañado
to go somewhere unaccompaniedir a un sitio sin compañía, ir solo a un sitio
2. (Mus) → sin acompañamiento

unaccompanied

[ˌʌnəˈkʌmpənid] adj
[child, lady] → non accompagné(e) (= luggage, baggage) → non accompagné(e)
(MUSIC) [+ singing, song] → sans accompagnement; [instrument] → solo

unaccompanied

adj person, child, singingohne Begleitung; bag, suitcase (= abandoned)herrenlos; (= travelling separately)aufgegeben; unaccompanied violinSolovioline f

unaccompanied

[ˌʌnəˈkʌmpnɪd] adj (child, person) → non accompagnato/a; (luggage) → incustodito/a; (singing, song) → senza accompagnamento; (violin) → solo/a
References in classic literature ?
So again in language, whether prose or verse unaccompanied by music.
He had just time to deliver his message, before another unaccompanied gentleman appeared.
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No one could imagine who it was that sang so sweetly, and the voice was unaccompanied by any instrument.
Usually, unaccompanied by visions, he knew no more than vaguenesses of sensations, sadly sweet, ghosts of memories that they were.
The same pressures and caresses, unaccompanied by speech, that were efficacious with the girls of the working-class, were equally efficacious with the girls above the working-class.
My master hesitated not a moment in complying with her request: reluctant as he was to leave home at ordinary calls, he flew to answer this; commanding Catherine to my peculiar vigilance, in his absence, with reiterated orders that she must not wander out of the park, even under my escort he did not calculate on her going unaccompanied.
That was his instantaneous impression, unaccompanied by doubt, though he had not seen the child for months past; and when the hope was rising that he might possibly be mistaken, Mr.
Baisemeaux bowed his head, took the keys, and unaccompanied, except by the minister, ascended the staircase.