[ UK /ˌʌndɪfˈɛndɪd/ ]
not defended or capable of being defended
an open city
open to attack
How To Use undefended In A Sentence
- So, did we therefore see a Champions League title go undefended?
- But some things in her were mine the heavy, inexpressive brow, the readable brown eyes that could seem at times so undefended. SUMMER OF FEAR
- varlet," named Bogis, who was lifted on the shoulders of his comrades, till he could climb in at an undefended window, where he drew up sixty more with ropes. Cameos from English History, from Rollo to Edward II
- We don't know what they have already over there, and I don't want to leave this position undefended trying to take out a garrison station.
- Although its harbour was left undefended, often causing shortages, the Goths could not capture Rome.
- Not realising that he was charged with a capital offence, the undefended Downey pleaded guilty.
- The border is relatively undefended and unfenced, and in the past people could cross, but they took risks in doing so.
- But only 66 properties, all of them currently undefended, were inundated after rivers and streams burst their banks.
- In 1373, the sheriff of Somerset received licence "to fortify and crenellate his manse at Nunney", and his building down in an undefended valley seems to have had more of a picturesque than a strategic purpose. Country diary: Mendip, Somerset
- My own conclusion, which I shall leave undefended here, is that such an investigation leads to the view that cases of moral luck are both inescapable and troubling.