That makes it appear about six times brighter than Pluto, but still far fainter than any star we can see with the unaided eye.
No sooner had he formally opened the meeting, however, than it became clear he was not chairing it unaided.
Modern wars are not won by the unaided efforts of heroes and geniuses.
Weissman and his co-workers have contended that this unaided principle will serve.
Alone and unaided, she would fight for Billy against the world.
We were left to our own unaided resources and our own persistent agitation.
He had shot a bear—he, Donald Clark, alone and unaided, had really shot a bear!
He was in the Palace of the Louvre; he had found the way, unaided and alone.
The conversation for the next ten minutes he conducts himself, unaided.
By his own unaided efforts he has gained not only knowledge, but style and judgment.
early 15c., "wartime tax," also "help, support, assistance," from Old French aide, earlier aiudha "aid, help, assistance" (9c.), from Late Latin adjuta, from fem. past participle of Latin adiuvare (past participle adiutus) "to give help to," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + iuvare "to help" (see adjutant). Meaning "thing by which assistance is given" is recorded from c.1600. Meaning "material help given by one country to another" is from 1940.
c.1400, "to assist, help," from Old French aidier "help, assistance," from Latin adiutare, frequentative of adiuvare (past participle adiutus) "give help to" (see adjutant). Related: Aided; aiding.
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