unwatched

Related to unwatched: unmaintained

unwatched

(ʌnˈwɒtʃt)
adj
(of an automatic device, such as a beacon) not manned
References in classic literature ?
To move, speak and breathe,--go out and come in unwatched, and free from danger!
All this I enjoyed often and fully, free, unwatched, and almost alone: for this unwonted liberty and pleasure there was a cause, to which it now becomes my task to advert.
"And why are you permitted to go at large, unwatched?"
A pale light, rising in the outer air, fell straight upon the bed; and on it, plundered and bereft, unwatched, unwept, uncared for, was the body of this man.
Hunsden rose: "I see," said he; "I suppose you're one of those who develop best unwatched, and act best unaided-work your own way.
It was wilful, gratuitous, suicidal; it made me catch at his sleeve in open horror and disgust; but, with a word of thanks, Mackenzie had returned to his window-sill, and we sauntered unwatched through the folding-doors into the adjoining room.
Now it was a bare six inches: Amoraq carefully pricked down the moss wick, when an unwatched flame brightened for a moment, and the eyes of all the family followed her hand.
Gulls were quicker to go after food when they felt unwatched, although some "didn't seem to notice that a human was staring at them," said lead author Madeleine Goumas.
"But all of the other costs of the utility are unwatched and untracked and many of those costs over that period will be coming down."
In screen dramas, during a scene of sex or violence in a living room, the camera will often slyly reveal that a David Attenborough wildlife documentary is playing unwatched in the corner.
"What is happening now will leave the country unwatched and without a state, and will also impair what is left of the economy," he added.
"Young children should never be left unwatched while swimming in the sea, and all swimmers, be they adults or young, should always wear life jackets."