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What has surged is unaccompanied adults, a group that’s much less onerous to handle.

In the past few years, the region has had to step in to house or serve unaccompanied minors, asylum-seeking families and an influx of Haitians arriving at the border.

Half of them traveled without their parents, one of the highest percentages of unaccompanied minors ever recorded in Mexico, Gough said.

SB 678 require the Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council to collect and include data about unaccompanied women experiencing homelessness in the state’s Homeless Data Integration System.

This first emerged in 2014, when the Obama administration was scrambling to deal with an increase in unaccompanied minors at the border, pushed north as a result of violence in Central America.

But the truth revealed itself this year when thousands upon thousands of unaccompanied children simply walked to this country.

A decade ago, he was also an unaccompanied minor hoping to make it to America.

New York has received more unaccompanied minors this year than any state other than Texas.

Close to 50,000 unaccompanied Central American minors showed up at the southwest border this year.

Contrast that to the 50,000 or so unaccompanied minors at our border with Mexico.

Lectures—Two ladies may attend a lecture, unaccompanied by a gentleman, without attracting attention.

Then they would go in, opera hat under arm, with that conquering air of married men when they are unaccompanied by their wives.

There is a certain quaint solemnity, a beautiful austerity, in the unaccompanied singing of hymns that touches me profoundly.

It had certain rooms where ladies unaccompanied might get a drink, but into these they barely glanced.

Glory, sweet as it was to him, lost its value, if unaccompanied by the consciousness of desert which stamps it as honor.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unaccompanied, such as: deserted, unattended, solo, abandoned, a cappella, and apart.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.