Definition of 'unwelcome'
Example sentences containing 'unwelcome'
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Until now, no Western airline has been prepared to risk offending parents by making them feel unwelcome on board. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why did she feel unwelcome in trendy shops? Times, Sunday Times (2010)She packs her bags when a new manager makes unwelcome advances towards her. The Sun (2007)Success has brought in its wake some unwelcome attention. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This news is particularly unwelcome as the footpath network is already in some trouble. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She follows her around and makes me feel unwelcome. The Sun (2009)But they could be about to make an unwelcome reappearance. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This can seem harsh advice to heap on the unwelcome news of heart disease. Coping with Angina (1990)Hotels employ them especially to make one feel small and unwelcome. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And being asked to work longer before retiring is unwelcome news for many. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You can therefore end the licence of your unwelcome guest by giving him a reasonable time to go. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In politics it is the only way to reconcile people with unwelcome news or the limits of the possible. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The deficits became a permanent, unwelcome guest at the table. Peril and Promise: A Commentary on America (1990)Perhaps they feared that the impact of the 2 million reward would draw some unwelcome attention. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some Airbnb hosts are finding their homes put to unwelcome use by guests. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's an unwelcome interlude and makes the film about half an hour too long. The Sun (2015)No doubt, some of the attention was unwelcome. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You must on no account make your daughter's old friend feel unwelcome. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If you refer to men as husbands and women as wives, single adults feel unwelcome. Christianity Today (2000)Such is his erudite, adversarial nature that any big winner has the coincidental benefit of focusing attention on unwelcome issues. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was an unwelcome guest. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Some kitchen appliances make unwelcome gifts; this isn't one of them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But by the time he arrived the unwelcome guest had fled, leaving behind a white plastic sheet and a pile of cardboard he slept on. The Sun (2010)It consists of a basement, gun deck and large observation area, giving you ample time to heat up the boiling oil after spying unwelcome visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'unwelcome'
British English: unwelcome ADJECTIVE
An unwelcome experience is one that you do not like and did not want.
The media has brought more unwelcome attention to the family.
Definition of unwelcome from the Collins English Dictionary
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