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unaccompanied

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adjective un·ac·com·pa·nied \ˌən-ə-ˈkəmp-nēd, -ˈkämp-; -ˈkəm-pə-, -ˈkäm-\

Simple Definition of unaccompanied

  • : without another person

  • : not together with something specified

  • music : played or sung without another musical instrument or singer

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of unaccompanied

  1. :  not accompanied; especially :  being without instrumental accompaniment

Examples of unaccompanied in a sentence

  1. He attended the party unaccompanied.

  2. Unaccompanied children are not allowed in the store.

  3. All we've had from him is a lot of talk unaccompanied by any real effort to solve the problem.

  4. a piece written for an unaccompanied cello



1545

First Known Use of unaccompanied

1545




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