un-attended

unattended

[uhn-uh-ten-did]
adjective
1.
without attendance; lacking an audience, spectators, etc.: an unattended meeting.
2.
not accompanied; not associated with, as a concomitant effect or result: a flash of lightning unattended by thunder.
3.
not cared for or ministered to: unattended patients; an unattended injury.
4.
not taken in charge; not watched over: an unattended switchboard.
5.
not accompanied, as by an attendant or companion; alone: The queen was unattended.
6.
unheeded; not listened to; disregarded: unattended warning signals.
7.
not tended to; not done or carried out, as a task (usually followed by to ): He left his studies unattended to.

Origin:
1595–1605; un-1 + attend + -ed2

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unattended (ˌʌnəˈtɛndɪd)
 
adj
1.  not looked after or cared for
2.  unaccompanied or alone
3.  not listened to

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