Antonyms for unassisted

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Alone and unassisted he first ascertained by personal inquiry the extent of the evil.

Main strength, unassisted by skill, is slavery's method of labor.

In this anxiety and fear my own unassisted resolution and fortitude could not sustain me.

The patient then had been for some time taking daily walks, unassisted.

Unassisted she had mounted it and ridden away out the Quemado Road.

This we might, it seems to me, conclude by unassisted reason.

As soon as the train left, Bartlett was able to walk about unassisted.

Then he could tell the King that he, unassisted, had restored order.

She would have to go on, unassisted, and she had invented nothing to say, so far.

Revelation, however, here comes in, and sustains the fallible conjectures of our unassisted reason.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of assist (v.).

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