/ (ˌʌnəˈsɪstɪd) /

  1. without aid or help; alone

Words Nearby unassisted

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How to use unassisted in a sentence

  • But before he could reach the pony's side, Sammy sprang lightly to the ground, unassisted.

    The Shepherd of the Hills | Harold Bell Wright
  • So, whether you call it drink, or whatever you call it, Tommy did not set to work quite unassisted.

    Mushroom Town | Oliver Onions
  • He by his own unassisted energy had brought a Prime Minister to book, and had created all this turmoil.

    The Prime Minister | Anthony Trollope
  • He had made a selection on his own unassisted judgment in opposition to his old friend's advice, and this was the result.

    The Prime Minister | Anthony Trollope