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This was the only contingent permitted by the Ashantis to enter Coomassie unopposed.

There was an authority in his bearing that gained him unopposed entrance.

The French might have marched in unopposed, and at once have put an end to the war.

Her son, Prince Rakota, was her successor; but his succession was not to be unopposed.

Then Grant's way to reach Vicksburg was found; but it was not an easy one, nor unopposed.

On they dashed, unopposed and unobstructed, until Buckland Mills was reached.

The course of Christianity in the future will not be an unopposed, easy march to victory.

During the return stroke the pressure on the front is unopposed.

In Spain itself the French party was preponderant, but not unopposed.

Mrs. Eldridge retained the letter and went on reading, unopposed.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of oppose.

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