Definition of 'unwanted'
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In my family we used to simply recycle unwanted gifts. The Sun (2016)Here he is hosting auctions for eccentric and unwanted items. The Sun (2016)Garage sales are another great way to turn your unwanted items into cash. The Sun (2016)Or get them selling unwanted gifts on eBay to save for something they really need. The Sun (2017)You may just want to sink into your seat and hide away, but this will only draw unwanted attention and emphasise wobbly bits. The Sun (2017)SOME 200million of unwanted gifts are expected to be returned to shops today. The Sun (2016)As we reported yesterday, some 200million of unwanted gifts are expected to be returned this week. The Sun (2016)They have the unwanted record of the lowest number of points (one) gained by a defending topflight champs at this stage. The Sun (2016)You will have at least considered doing the same with an unwanted gift in the past. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We had come perilously close to an unwanted record. The Sun (2012)This site allows parents to buy and sell unwanted items. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You could also swap your unwanted gifts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My partner makes me feel unloved and unwanted. The Sun (2014)They were fast and stylish and there were enough of them about to avoid unwanted attention. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then flog unwanted items so you can buy it without it actually costing you money. The Sun (2016)Men were more emotionally attached to unused items while women felt bad about selling unwanted gifts. The Sun (2013)It makes me feel unwanted and worth less than other people. The Sun (2012)See off your own unwanted movie items to a good home. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Many fear they will need the stuff one day or feel guilty about chucking out unwanted gifts. The Sun (2012)Remember that unwanted items can sometimes be had free. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It comes as no surprise that consumers want to earn money from their unwanted gifts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Often they have wardrobes full of unwanted items they will be happy to pass on. The Sun (2013)Female fish were able to shake off unwanted male attention by changing their physiology to move faster and more efficiently. The Sun (2015)That made me feel totally unwanted. The Sun (2013)So yesterday notched up something of an unwanted hat-trick. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The big electronic scoreboard seemed to delight in relaying this unwanted record to a partisan 27,000 crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now he bears his father's name and the unwanted attention it brings with good grace. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Neither of us want unwanted attention from the Press. The Sun (2010)Yeovil's run is in contrast to an unwanted club record of six consecutive defeats earlier in the campaign. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Plans for a new adoption centre for abandoned and unwanted cats in Leeds may seem a long way from the Icelandic banking crisis. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: unwanted ADJECTIVE
If you say that something or someone is unwanted, you mean that you do not want them, or that nobody wants them.
Workers are being buried under a blizzard of unwanted emails.
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