uninvited


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un·in·vit·ed

 (ŭn′ĭn-vī′tĭd)
adj.
1. Not invited or welcome: uninvited guests.
2. Not wanted or encouraged: the uninvited attentions of a classmate.
3. Involuntary or spontaneous: an uninvited memory.

uninvited

(ˌʌnɪnˈvaɪtɪd)
adj
not having been invited: uninvited guests.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uninvited - unwelcome and unwanted; "uninvited guests"; "uninvited thoughts"
unwelcome - not welcome; not giving pleasure or received with pleasure; "unwelcome publicity"; "unwelcome interruptions"; "unwelcome visitors"

uninvited

adjective unasked, unbidden, unwanted, not asked, unwelcome, not invited He came uninvited to one of Stein's parties.

uninvited

adjective
Translations
بدون دَعْوَهمُتَطَفِّل، غَيْر مَطلوب
nežádoucínezvaný
ikke inviteretuønsket
hívatlankéretlen
óboîinnótímabær; tilefnislaus
nekviestasneprašytas
neaicinātsnelūgts
nezvaný
davetsizistenmedik

uninvited

[ˈʌnɪnˈvaɪtɪd] ADJ [guest etc] → sin invitación; [criticism, comment] → gratuito
to do sth uninvitedhacer algo sin que nadie se lo pida
they came to the party uninvitedvinieron a la fiesta sin haber sido invitados
she helped herself uninvited to cakese sirvió pastel sin esperar que le ofreciesen

uninvited

[ˌʌnɪnˈvaɪtɪd] adj
[guest] → qui n'a pas été invité(e)
to come uninvited → s'inviter
(= unwanted, unsolicited) [advance, comment, advice] → non sollicité(e)

uninvited

adj guestungeladen, ungebeten; criticismunerwünscht, ungebeten; question, sexual advancesunwillkommen, unerwünscht; to arrive uninvitedunaufgefordert or uneingeladen eintreffen; to do something uninvitedetw ungebeten or unaufgefordert tun

uninvited

[ˌʌnɪnˈvaɪtɪd] adj (guest) → non invitato/a; (criticism, attention) → non richiesto/a
to arrive uninvited (at sb's house) → piovere in casa (a qn)
to help o.s. to sth uninvited → servirsi di qc senza chiedere il permesso

uninvited

(aninˈvaitid) adjective
1. without an invitation. uninvited guests.
2. not required or encouraged. his uninvited interference.
References in classic literature ?
The uninvited guest Free and easy manners Salutary jokes A prodigal son Exit of the glutton A sudden change in fortune Danger of a visit to poor relations Plucking of a prosperous man A vagabond toilet A substitute for the very fine horse Hard travelling The uninvited guest and the patriarchal colt A beggar on horseback A catastrophe Exit of the merry vagabond
So too, like Voltaire in his time, uninvited defenders of the law of inevitability today use that law as a weapon against religion, though the law of inevitability in history, like the law of Copernicus in astronomy, far from destroying, even strengthens the foundation on which the institutions of state and church are erected.
Two featherless beings appeared, uninvited, at the door of the summer-house, surveyed the constitutional creepers, and said, "These must come down"--looked around at the horrid light of noonday, and said, "That must come in"--went away, thereupon, and were heard, in the distance, agreeing together, "To-morrow it shall be done.
Dorothy, with her uncle and aunt, has now returned to Oz to live always, and there is no reason why we should leave any way open for others to travel uninvited to our fairyland.
Now you are our guest, we must make you comfortable,--though you are uninvited, you know.
Now, giant-like, the tall young ploughmen go Between me and the sunset, footing slow; My spirit, as an uninvited guest, Goes with them, wondering what desire, what aim, May stir their hearts and mine with common flame, Or, thoughtless, do their hands suffice their soul?
The uninvited guests enveloped and permeated them, and upon the night air rose joyous cries, congratulations, laughter and unclassified noises born of McGary's oblations to the hymeneal scene.
Never mind," answered the Prince, hastily, "she will be all right for a few days longer, and it is best for me to rule until I can dispose of you strangers, who have come to our land uninvited and must be attended to at once.
They would indecently and clamorously interrupt the conversation of their elders, tease them with the most impertinent questions, roughly collar the gentlemen, climb their knees uninvited, hang about their shoulders or rifle their pockets, pull the ladies' gowns, disorder their hair, tumble their collars, and importunately beg for their trinkets.
This time she came as an uninvited, even an unexpected guest.
And that house was always thronged with visitors, invited and uninvited, with friends who came out of love of the genial host, with strangers who came out of curiosity to see the great novelist.
And do you not also think, as I do, that the harsh feeling which the many entertain towards philosophy originates in the pretenders, who rush in uninvited, and are always abusing them, and finding fault with them, who make persons instead of things the theme of their conversation?