[ US /ˌənɪnˈvaɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪnvˈa‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of a person) not having been invited
    uninvited guests
  2. (of a thought or act) unwelcome or involuntary
    uninvited thoughts
    uninvited advances
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How To Use uninvited In A Sentence

  •     He'd come uninvited, but not unexpected; if it was rude of us to be such unsolicitous hosts, I told myself, it was only rudeness paid in kind, so we tried to forgive one another, Willie and I, for our eager, curious hunger grown insatiable. Heron Lake
  • Make sure you get in between the fingers and under the nails where uninvited germs like to hang out.
  • Those were two of the things Aiel did to those who came into the Waste uninvited; only gleemen, peddlers, and Tinkers had safe passage, though Aiel avoided the Tinkers as if they carried fever. The Fires of Heaven
  • Inspired by an uninvited muse two days before le jour de l'action de grace, this geezer rolled up his sleeves, cleared a crowded kitchen counter, and proceeded to create deux pain complet weighing at least two pounds each. potiron - French Word-A-Day
  • Soon cakes and wafers were being passed around to the ‘uninvited guests’.
  • It acts as a sort of safeguard against ogling and uninvited attention.
  • Furthermore, to take precautions against uninvited guests was thought too onerous a burden to place on landowners.
  • At present, he has the air of the uninvited guest. Times, Sunday Times
  • And anyway, he knew better than to barge into my room uninvited.
  • We had a High Court whose judges, wholly uninvited, were remodelling our uniquely successful federal Constitution.
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