Definition of unshielded in English:

unshielded

Line breaks: un|shield¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃiːldɪd
 
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adjective

Not protected or shielded: he sank to his knees, leaving her unshielded
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  • Because of the natural tendency of each hoplite to seek protection for his unshielded right side in the shield of his companion on the right, the entire phalanx often drifted rightward in its approach.
  • Marianne V. Moore of Wellesley College says these areas, along with coastal waters, are at higher risk than other habitats in developed areas because they are unshielded and openly exposed to light.
  • Officials say the researchers are the first to evaluate data rate handling capacity for overhead medium voltage unshielded U.S. electric power lines.

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