accompanied by a guide: a guided tour.
supervised or controlled: a guided beam.

Origin of guided

First recorded in 1905–10; guide + -ed2
Related formsself-guid·ed, adjectiveun·guid·ed, adjectiveun·guid·ed·ly, adverbwell-guid·ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for unguided

Contemporary Examples of unguided

Historical Examples of unguided

  • If he could get them started, perhaps they would carry him unguided to Slade's.

    Left on the Labrador

    Dillon Wallace

  • Into the depths of the untrammeled forest with unguided steps I wandered.

    Tarrano the Conqueror

    Raymond King Cummings

  • The boy was taking hold with a strong, if unguided, 39 hand.

  • Unguided, they take the awful risks of their awful ignorance.

    Angel Island

    Inez Haynes Gillmore

  • For the first time in his life he was a free man, ungoverned and unguided.

    Corporal Cameron

    Ralph Connor

British Dictionary definitions for unguided



(of a missile, bomb, etc) not having a flight path controlled either by radio signals or internal preset or self-actuating homing devices
without a guideguided and unguided hikes
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