[ UK /ʌnˈe‍ɪdɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈneɪdɪd/ ]
  1. carried out without aid or assistance
    his first unaided walk through the park
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How To Use unaided In A Sentence

  • He was given oxygen by medical staff before walking unaided to an ambulance. Times, Sunday Times
  • So she resolved to bring him up unaided. Times, Sunday Times
  • If, now, the judge is going to help the "unaided" witness with "of course you mean because," or "perhaps because," etc., the witness, if she is not a fool, will say "yes. Criminal Psychology: a manual for judges, practitioners, and students
  • The pestering problem of ‘protected teachers’ can be tackled only if the unaided sector is put on a leash.
  • The image covers a region of 14.1 x 21.6 arcmin on the sky and shows galaxies that are 1 billion times fainter than can be seen by the unaided eye. Undefined
  • She could not stand unaided for more than two minutes and used a wheelchair. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you can't see the Andromeda galaxy with the unaided eye, try binoculars.
  • The work failed, marriage prospects paled, her friend deserted her and she found herself faced with the prospect which she now understood only too well, of disabled health, unemployment, disgrace, and a second child to maintain unaided. Prisons and Prisoners: Some Personal Experiences
  • But, unbeknown to his grieving colleagues above, the plucky soldier had managed to discover a pocket of air - after making an amazing 90 ft dive completely unaided.
  • Here she paused as for another, a last look at her father, and her expression seemed to say to him unaidedly that, much as she would have preferred to proceed to her act without this gross disorder, she could yet find inspiration too in the very difficulty and the old faiths themselves that he left her to struggle with. The Outcry
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