American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not being attended to, looked after, or watched: an unattended fire.
- adj. Having no attendants: unattended gasoline pumps.
- adj. Not being paid attention to or listened to: an unattended question.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not attended; not accompanied; having no retinue or attendance; without a guardian. Not attended to; not dressed: as, unattended wounds.
- adj. not attended
- adj. lacking a caretaker
- adj. lacking accompaniment or a guard or escort
- adj. not watched
- un- + attended (Wiktionary)
“I've gotten to the point of downloading all the standalone installers and running them all in unattended mode from a. cmd script.”
“We tear around the house, sticking fingers in unattended saucepans, risking furious yells by opening the fridge and PEEKING; we laugh wildly and imagine the things le pere Noel will bring.”
“We have a saying in Arabic: unattended money encourages theft.”
“Weighing about 8.5 tonnes, Tiangong-1 is able to perform long-term unattended operation, which will be an essential step toward building a space station.”
“I am really sorry that Julian made a very expensive mistake like this, and left his coins unattended in vehicle I believe overnight if I am reading the stories correctly.”
“Capable of recording hundreds of telephone calls unattended!”
“Firing the weapons by electronic ignition requires no moving parts, allowing reliable long term unattended weapon operation.”
“Also important, the new system can run much longer without intervention -- several hours compared to just a few minutes for even the best existing ones -- which will allow for long-term unattended operation.”
“Having your baby in your room and never leaving her unattended are the best ways to keep your baby safe.”
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