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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunaidedun‧aid‧ed /ʌnˈeɪdɪd/ AWL adjective  ALONEwithout help She can no longer walk unaided.
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unaidedJerry cannot stand up unaided.Upon successful completion, the salesperson is then entrusted to sell the washing machines and dryers unaided.They checked whether the person could take even a breath or two unaided and determined what muscles the patient used for breathing.No man unaided could kill Medusa.He had to reach safety in the next few seconds, by his own unaided efforts.Another wall of the same crystal - unbreakable by any unaided human body - stretched across the chamber close by.However, the more subtle the judgement, the greater the dangers inherent in reliance on unaided intuition.There are plenty of things which exist and are indisputably real, despite not being perceptible to your unaided senses.
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