Definition of unguided in English:

unguided

Syllabification: un·guid·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈgīdid
 
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adjective

1Not guided in a particular path or direction; left to take its own course.
More example sentences
  • These Web sites need to support both guided and unguided exploration.
  • At the same time it conflicts with theistic beliefs that many parents seek to instill in their children that life results from guided, rather than unguided change.
  • He relies upon personal interest to accomplish his ends and gives free scope to the unguided strength and common sense of the people.
1.1(Of a missile) not directed by remote control or internal equipment. Compare with ballistic missile and guided.
More example sentences
  • The helicopter can be armed with a mixture of air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles, unguided rockets, and podded guns.
  • Bullets and unguided missiles slammed into the adamant wall, rocking it and chipping the façade, yet it held against the onslaught.
  • At the present time, there are also maneuvers involving precision weapons (guided and unguided missile systems).

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