/ (ˌʌnəˈpəʊzd) /

  1. not opposed: elected unopposed as party president

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How to use unopposed in a sentence

  • The bills were generally approved of, and they passed the upper house unopposed.

  • But it must not be imagined that these functions will be carried out unopposed.

    Aviation in Peace and War | Sir Frederick Hugh Sykes
  • unopposed, they would continue their ravages; and the land that had flowed with milk and honey would soon be one vast ruin.

    Little Folks | Various
  • At about eight o'clock they entered unopposed the Gray Friars, and butchered every Huguenot they found.

  • You have said all manner of outrageous things to me for half an hour unopposed, and now you cry have patience.

    Barrington | Charles James Lever