Sentence for unaccompanied | Use unaccompanied in a sentence

Unaccompanied sentence example. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use unaccompanied in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for unaccompanied.

  • These sensations were unaccompanied by thought. (1)
  • She came on foot, and had come unaccompanied, stick in hand, her dress looped for the roads. (10)
  • In the hopefulness of the idea, Willoughby suffered De Craye to go on his chance unaccompanied. (10)
  • And the old lady, having put on her bonnet, set forth placidly, unaccompanied by her little white dog. (8)
  • It was a Sunday in early Summer when General Ople walked to morning service, unaccompanied by Elizabeth, who was unwell. (10)
  • Light, unaccompanied by the prejudice of human eyes, made strange revelation of incongruities, as though illuminating the dispassionate march of history. (8)

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Definition of unaccompanied:

  • unaccompanied, un-a-kum’pa-nid, adj. not accompanied, escorted, or attended: not connected: (_mus._) having no instrumental accompaniment.(0)

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