unattended


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unattended

adjective abandoned, all by one's loneeome, alone, disregarded, forgotten, helpless, ignored, isolated, left alone, lone, lonesome, neglected, not associited with, not cared for, on one's own, removed, separate, separated, unaccompanied, unaided, unassisted, unescorted, unguarded, unheeded, unprotected, unsheltered, unsupported, unsuspecting, untended, unwatched, withdrawn
Associated concepts: attractive nuisance, negligence
See also: alone, separate, sole, solitary, unsupported
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He has had another outbreak, which might have had a dreadful ending, but which, as it fortunately happened, was unattended with any unhappy results.
I heard of him in Manchester and Sheffield, Newcastle and Leicester, absolutely unattended.
The farms were ravaged for food, and no more crops were planted, while the crops already in were left unattended and never came to harvest.
It stirred no love nor longing in his heart; it came unattended with pleasant memories of a golden past--inspired no sentiment of any kind; all the finer emotions were swallowed up in fear.
Sometimes they were found unattended and dead in their beds; on occasion their bodies were dragged out of the water; and sometimes it was just plain accident, as when Bill Kelley, unloading cargo while drunk, had a finger jerked off, which, under the circumstances, might just as easily have been his head.
Many human beings have gone to their graves unattended by as much real regret as followed that one gray pussy cat to his.
Then," said the Nome King, "I will make you this offer: You shall go alone and unattended into my palace and examine carefully all that the rooms contain.
He walked to his corner unattended, where his seconds had not yet placed his stool.
And this is all we know of the manner of his landing, though he did not arrive unattended by any means.
When I added to all these the perfidy of my mistress, such was the horror of my mind, that life, instead of being longer desirable, grew the object of my abhorrence; and I could have gladly embraced death as my dearest friend, if it had offered itself to my choice unattended by shame.
He saw himself creeping, broken down and shabby, about the streets--dying unattended in some filthy hole of a room, or on the sordid bed of a Government hospital.
Mr Pancks here made a singular and startling noise, produced by a strong blowing effort in the region of the nose, unattended by any result but that acoustic one.