Definition of unassisted in English:


Syllabification: un·as·sist·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈsistəd


1Not helped by anyone or anything: medically unassisted births I could never find the place unassisted
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  • The tight budget, Azrul said, meant there were few midwives in many areas nationwide, leading to unassisted and dangerous births in many cases.
  • She writes about her plan to have a completely unassisted birth amidst all the signs that it's going to be high-risk.
  • Episiotomy is used more often in births that require the use of instruments such as forceps or suction, than in unassisted births.
individual, unaided, unsupported, single-handed, lone, solo
1.1(Of a play in a team sport) done by one player, without an assist from another player: he made two unassisted tackles
More example sentences
  • The Raiders held Glover to two unassisted tackles and one assist, but it took a gaggle of linemen to shut him down.
  • He had seven unassisted tackles (which led the team), forced a fumble and recorded the only sack.
  • There had been a few other occasions when Advocaat's team might have scored unassisted.

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