Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Not having assistance; unaided.
  • adj. Baseball Of, relating to, or being a play handled by only one fielder.

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  • adj. Not assisted; without assistance

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not assisted; not aided or helped; unaided.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. lacking help
  • adj. unsupported by other people

Etymologies

un- +‎ assisted (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Most notable among those, sophomore Travis Bradshaw, who led the nation in unassisted tackles per game (7.5) last year.

    Around the Conference USA

  • The first by Keith Tkachuk and the second by Lee Stempniak resulted in unassisted goals.

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  • Mike Komisarek short-handed 2nd period Washington 13: 04 Alexander Semin unassisted Even 3rd period Montreal 01: 56 Robert Lang

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  • Patrick Eaves Even Toronto 12: 01 Mats Sundin unassisted penalty-shot 3rd period Ottawa 19: 37 Daniel Alfredsson unassisted empty-net

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  • With only 43 seconds left in the period, he scored again unassisted from the right circle past Lehtonen's glove.

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  • Markus Naslund Power play 3rd period Vancouver 19: 28 Daniel Sedin unassisted empty-net

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  • Daniel Girardi Power play Washington 19: 54 Alexander Semin unassisted empty-net

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  • David Backes Even 3rd period Ottawa 18: 03 Peter Regin unassisted Even Ottawa 19: 27 Mike Fisher unassisted empty-net

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  • Scoring Back to top Goals Team Time Scorer Assists Type 1st period Washington 03: 29 Alexander Ovechkin unassisted Power play Washington 07: 33 Eric Fehr

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  • Pavel Datsyuk Even 3rd period Toronto 07: 25 Nikolai Kulemin unassisted Even Detroit 09: 20 Tomas Holmstrom

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