undesired


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undesired

(ˌʌndɪˈzaɪəd)
adj
not desired or wanted; undesirable
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undesired - not desiredundesired - not desired; "an undesired result"  
unwanted - not wanted; not needed; "tried to give away unwanted kittens"

undesired

adjective
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He sat quite still and tried to think calmly, tried to piece together in his mind the sequence of events which had brought him to this part of the world and which had led to his remaining where he was, an undesired hanger-on at the threshold of Miles Fentolin.
It was a very fine November day, and the Miss Musgroves came through the little grounds, and stopped for no other purpose than to say, that they were going to take a long walk, and therefore concluded Mary could not like to go with them; and when Mary immediately replied, with some jealousy at not being supposed a good walker, "Oh, yes, I should like to join you very much, I am very fond of a long walk;" Anne felt persuaded, by the looks of the two girls, that it was precisely what they did not wish, and admired again the sort of necessity which the family habits seemed to produce, of everything being to be communicated, and everything being to be done together, however undesired and inconvenient.
His other reason was based on his knowledge of an event that had transpired at his camp the previous night--an event which he had not mentioned at the bungalow for fear of drawing undesired attention to his movements and bringing the blacks of the big Bwana into dangerous intercourse with his own boys.
Keeping close to the river where he hoped to find Bara or Horta approaching or leaving a drinking place he came at last upon the strong odor of the Wamabo village and being ever ready to pay his hereditary enemies, the Gomangani, an undesired visit, he swung into a detour and came up in the rear of the village.
And Bassett, raising his hand in signal, bending forward his head as agreed so as to expose cleanly the articulation to his taut spinal cord, forgot Balatta, who was merely a woman, a woman merely and only and undesired.
It is strange,' she said, frowning, 'that you should still press an undesired interest in me and my acquaintances, in me and my affairs, Mr Clennam.
Unsought for, undesired, had come the fame which so many seek, and made him known in the great world, beyond the limits of the valley in which he had dwelt so quietly.
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It is generally the case that people choose the individual advantage over the collective disadvantage, and so such a system could have undesired consequences, such as: ?
Biringer, a mathematician who conducts specialized technical assessments and research, Vagrin, and Warren show public and private sector owners and operators of critical infrastructure a method for developing a security protection system for critical infrastructure nodes to prevent undesired events or mitigate their consequences.
PTA has established Consumer Complaint Management Cell and initiated dialogue and consultation with mobile operators to curb the transmission of undesired words through SMS in the perspective of these regulations.
Speaking at a tv program, Davutoglu said such an international intervention may lead to undesired outcomes, "Syria is our neighbor and a sovereign country.