- without the physical presence of people in control: an unmanned spacecraft.
- Falconry. (of a captured hawk) untrained for hunting with a master; unmade.
Origin of unmanned
- to deprive of courage or fortitude; break down the manly spirit of: Constant conflict finally unmanned him.
- to deprive of virility; emasculate; castrate.
Origin of unman
Related Words for unmanneddiscourage, dishearten, unsettle, dampen, dispirit, upset, disorganize, disturb, cripple, deject, daunt, debilitate, embarrass, disconcert, sap, undermine, weaken, emasculate, altered, fixed
Examples from the Web for unmanned
Contemporary Examples of unmanned
An unmanned rocket intended to deliver supplies to the International Space Station exploded on Tuesday.Harry Potter Raps, The Catcalls Heard ‘Round the World and More Viral Videos
November 2, 2014
Israel leads the unmanned air vehicle business, despite billions in Pentagon funding for U.S. industry.Why the World’s Armies Don’t Want U.S. Tech Anymore
July 14, 2014
Manned, unmanned, a balloon, a kite—you still have to get the information into the hands of the firefighters.Fighting Wildfire With Satellites, Lasers, and Drones
July 9, 2014
Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles are helping Bashar Assad hold on to power.Iran’s Drone War in Syria
May 14, 2014
Up until this point, Chinese unmanned drones had only been used in surveillance and reconnaissance operations.How China Used Drones to Capture a Notorious Burmese Drug Lord
April 17, 2014
Historical Examples of unmanned
“I should think it would have unmanned you for life,” said Richling.Dr. Sevier
George W. Cable
For all my callousness I was sick and unmanned by that which had befallen.The Suitors of Yvonne
Her voice, its sweet tones breaking a little at the last, unmanned me.The Rose of Old St. Louis
"They can't imagine that we'd light up an unmanned ship," said Ethaniel.Second Landing
His sensibility to outrage and insult overpowered and unmanned him.
- lacking personnel or crewan unmanned ship
- (of aircraft, spacecraft, etc) operated by automatic or remote control
- falconry (of a hawk or falcon) not yet trained to accept humans
- to cause to lose courage or nerve
- to make effeminate
- to remove the men from
- archaic to deprive of human qualities