guided

[gahy-did]

adjective

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

Nearby words

  1. guide rope,
  2. guide vanes,
  3. guide word,
  4. guideboard,
  5. guidebook,
  6. guided imagery,
  7. guided missile,
  8. guided missile cruiser,
  9. guided wave,
  10. guideline

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

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British Dictionary definitions for unguided

unguided

adjective

(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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