[ US /ˌənəˈsɪstɪd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɐsˈɪstɪd/ ]
  1. lacking help
  2. unsupported by other people
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How To Use unassisted In A Sentence

  • Stories are organized according to attending caregivers: physicians, midwives, and doulas, with the last chapter dedicated to unassisted births.
  • The new channel at Central Island -- which opened out and was beaconed and lighted this time last year -- maintains its depth unassisted by dredging operations, and appears to be improving. Report on the Department of Ports and Harbours for the Year 1890-91
  • All the while, an astute farm boy from Kansas named Robert Bradley was noting a simple phenomenon: farm animals deliver their young unassisted yet rarely have complications in birth.
  • Levitation acts - including people rising in the air unassisted, flying through the air horizontally, and climbing a rope into the air until they disappear from view - seem to be in defiance of the law of universal gravitation.
  • Recovery from an assisted birth can take longer than an unassisted birth.
  • It chokes me up a bit when I come back now and he is busy getting his own breakfast and putting on his uniform unassisted (I have to applaud Grandma there) and then he charges out the door eagerly.
  • The current batch of robotic helpers can perform only one designated task and cannot think for themselves, let alone converse or function unassisted.
  • Each word performs its solitary duty unassisted by the others, with the result that Boylan's tomatoes, rather than being shown, are only subtly anatomized.
  • In certain circumstances an unassisted party may be awarded costs from the legal aid fund if his opponent is legally aided.
  • What other venue could offer dancing in the pews, stage-diving off the pulpit, and vocals carrying unassisted by a PA system?
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