unchaperoned

unchaperoned

(ʌnˈʃæpəˌrəʊnd)
adj
not chaperoned; not accompanied by a chaperone
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unchaperoned

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"My dear child, you would not go about London unchaperoned!"
It was little appreciated at the time despite (or perhaps because of) its headstrong female hero, who wanders unchaperoned through the rough territory, trailing admirers.
Stoke doubled their advantage in the 20th minute when Carl Asaba held up possession 18 yards out before spreading wide for Greenacre who advanced into the penalty area unchaperoned and buried the ball under a helpless Oakes.
Nearly all offered special afternoon concerts to attract single and "unchaperoned" female listeners who until the advent of the movies, hardly participated in the world of public entertainment.
Her brother had committed the crime of walking unchaperoned with a girl from a different tribe.
Marianne's unchaperoned visit with Willoughby to Combe Magna suggests that her risk in this regard is quite real, that she is willing to take his love on credit--" 'it was every day implied"'--and providing evidence that she might take the promise of marriage as good as the deed (186).
Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) raised the specter of making it a crime to sell a ticket for an R-rated movie to an unchaperoned minor.
Their new way of life allows them to experience the pleasure and burdens of difficult, challenging work, and the satisfaction and danger of unchaperoned friendships with men.
* The all-female ensemble Improvised Jane Austen performs in the style of the 18th-century writer as part of "Improvised Jane Austen, Unchaperoned." The show runs at 9:30 p.m.
Foreign ports are hardly the safest place for an unchaperoned pubescent girl.
A prisoner in his home for three years, when the 20-year-old finally ventured out unchaperoned he was viciously attacked.
According to the victim, the Mastoi tribe demanded punishment after her 11-year-old brother was seen walking unchaperoned with a member of their tribe in a deserted part of the village.