from The Century Dictionary.

  • Unaccompanied; without a companion; alone; solitary; having no equal.

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  • adjective Without companions; alone, friendless.
  • adjective Without an equal; matchless.


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un- +‎ companioned


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  • Some people—I had constantly to remind myself of this—lived an uncompanioned life because they wanted to.

    Kalooki Nights Howard Jacobson 2006

  • Aeneas drives her wildly, and ever she seems being left by herself alone, ever going uncompanioned on a weary way, and seeking her Tyrians in a solitary land: even as frantic Pentheus sees the [470-503] arrayed

    The Aeneid of Virgil 70 BC-19 BC Virgil

  • Nor does one fare onward uncompanioned by the friends and helpers unseen, as well as by those in this visible world.

    The Life Radiant Lilian Whiting

  • Highroads and by-paths and woodways are mine alone, for here solitude is safe and cheery for the woman who goes uncompanioned.

    The Joys of Being a Woman and Other Papers 1918

  • Who of all Time's children could this be playing uncompanioned by the sea?

    Henry Brocken His Travels and Adventures in the Rich, Strange, Scarce-Imaginable Regions of Romance Walter De la Mare 1914

  • And they too -- these talkers -- so very far away; as remote and yet as clear as the characters in a play when they have made their final bow, and have left the curtained stage, and one is standing uncompanioned and nearly the last of the spectators, and the lights that have summoned back reality again are being extinguished.

    The Return Walter De la Mare 1914

  • Empty of mankind and fearsome 390 – is't there thou would'st go uncompanioned?

    Psalms of the Sisters Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys 1909

  • In the life of each of us, I said to myself, there is a place remote and islanded, and given to endless regret or secret happiness; we are each the uncompanioned hermit and recluse of an hour or a day; we understand our fellows of the cell to whatever age of history they may belong. 15

    On Shell-heap Island 1910

  • He wondered if they might want a close-up of him this way, uncompanioned, jaded, tired of it all, as if he would be saying: "There's always the river!"

    Merton of the Movies Harry Leon Wilson 1903

  • Directly the meal was over, I hurried back to the hotel, like a rabbit to its warren; smoked a pipe before a roaring fire in my bedroom, and wondered if the Little Pal were wandering "down the uncompanioned way" of dreamland.

    The Princess Passes 1901


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