Definition of unattended in English:

unattended

Syllabification: un·at·tend·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənəˈtendid
 
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adjective

  • 1Not noticed or dealt with: her behavior went unnoticed and unattended to
    More example sentences
    • Melodies are left unattended to wither and die in the heat of the lights, and perish they almost inevitably do.
    • Have we ever looked at human lives and felt our hearts break, not because of the sins committed but because of the potential left unattended?
    • It was a terrible situation that eventually could prove fatal if left unattended, at least in her situation.
    Synonyms
    ignored, disregarded, neglected, passed over, unheeded
  • 1.1Not supervised or looked after: it is not acceptable for parents to leave children unattended at that age
    More example sentences
    • The thief struck in Brayton Lane at about 11.40 am yesterday when the driver left the van unattended to deliver a package.
    • Never leave handbag unattended in shopping trolleys or dangling from pushchairs/wheelchair handles
    • Never leave a hot stove, space heater or lit candles unattended.
    Synonyms
    unguarded, unwatched, alone, solitary; abandoned

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