Adjective(1) being without an escort(2) playing or singing without accompaniment(3) (of a state or an event
Adverb(1) without anybody else or anything else
(1) Through the wall he was continually listening to the Bach G minor unaccompanied violin sonata.(2) They are included among the 11 tracks, all sung outstandingly well by the 26-piece unaccompanied Estonian Philharmonic Choir, directed by the Paul Hillier.(3) According to SAA procedures, staff are supposed to escort unaccompanied minors off the plane and make sure that they are signed out by the person designated to fetch them.(4) The increase in weight unaccompanied by a similar increase in strength results in slower swims as well as increased body stress, particularly in the weaker muscles.(5) Increases in GNP were unaccompanied by infrastructural development.(6) The wording of section 3 seems to allow a simple change of mind, unaccompanied by any overt act, to constitute appropriation.(7) Each is monitored by Delta staff who supervise the facility, trackflight status and escort unaccompanied minors to and from their flights.(8) It was a vocal work, accompanied or unaccompanied , in which a secular text was sung by a number of voices.(9) There is a likelihood of rapidly increasing surface temperatures unaccompanied by strong warming in the free troposphere.(10) Rosand opened the program with Johann Sebastian Bach's Adagio in G minor (for unaccompanied violin) - a truly spiritual experience.(11) Berlioz wrote a severe test of tuning for unaccompanied choir in the final ├ö├ç├┐mystical chorus├ö├ç├û, and here the Elysian singers came up trumps.(12) By the mid-1970s, no Vatican pronouncement on social issues went unaccompanied by dire threats against the ├ö├ç├┐church of the poor├ö├ç├û.(13) It is further strained when training for the next tour, unaccompanied school assignments and temporary duty travel increase the separation of a soldier and his family.(14) Basilar artery (BA) aplasia when unaccompanied by a primitive carotid- vertebrobasilar anastomosis is exceedingly rare.(15) If someone looks as though they may be younger than that, they will be required to produce ID before being allowed in unaccompanied .(16) In New Caledonia the law allowed the recruitment of unaccompanied children over the age of six, with the consent of a guardian, and in 1884 the age limit was set at ten.
(1) unaccompanied baggage :: uledsaget bagage
1. alone ::
2. on one's own ::
på egen hånd
3. by oneself ::
af sig selv
4. solo ::
5. lone ::
6. solitary ::
7. single-handed ::
8. unescorted ::
9. unattended ::
10. unchaperoned ::
11. by one's lonesome ::
af ens lonesome
12. solo ::
13. alone ::
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