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unaccompanied

[ uhn-uh-kuhm-puh-need ]
/ ˌʌn əˈkʌm pə nid /
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adjective

not accompanied; alone: The shipment arrived unaccompanied by an invoice.
Music. without an accompaniment: a sonata for unaccompanied violin.

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Origin of unaccompanied

1535–45; un-1 + accompanied
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British Dictionary definitions for unaccompanied

unaccompanied
/ (ˌʌnəˈkʌmpənɪd) /

adjective

not accompanied
music
  1. (of an instrument) playing alone
  2. (of music for a group of singers) without instrumental accompaniment
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