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unaccompaniedadjective

uk   us   /ˌʌn.əˈkʌm.pən.id/
not having anyone with you when you go somewhere: To everyone's great surprise, the princess arrived at the ball unaccompanied. Unaccompanied music is produced by a singer or by someone playing a musical instrument without anyone else singing or playing at the same time: She sang the first three verses with a piano and the last verse unaccompanied.
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