undesired

ADJECTIVE
  1. not desired
    an undesired result
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How To Use undesired In A Sentence

  • Apparently, the running start he made before he jumped had had the undesired effect of propelling him a fraction too far to the side.
  • Unfortunately, this week you're especially liable to interpret well-meant advice, cautionary tales or even offers of aid as undesired meddling.
  • It would be useful to be able to disconnect the recall of a particular set of memories with the evocation of an undesired emotional reaction.
  • This required the expulsion of all Poles, Jews, Gypsies — all the "undesired" population. An Insidious Evil
  • Now that is an entirely new angle on the impact of using plant material or food production waste for a base for conversion to fuel - what happens to all the "undesired" or even undefined
  • The patent covers real-time and batch analysis of audio data streams with the ability to render "undesired" words or phrases unintelligible or inaudible. Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now
  • Ru experts, Korean legislation never mentions the prohibition to visit "undesired" resources. Ferghana.Ru news agency
  • However, the undesired effects of chemical pesticides have been recognized as a serious public health concern during the past decades.
  • Sneak circuit is a latent circuit path or condition that causes undesired function to occur at some certain conditions.
  • The numerous flashes from the photographers' cameras were adding undesired lighting effects to their rehearsal.
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