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

  • we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex
  • Unexpected and unsought, the sensation of awe has aroused fear as well as fascination among viewers.
  • I don't know about you, but sometimes I tire of being a consumer and all the spending this unsought role involves.
  • Chatting in his airy office, he recalls feeling daunted by his unsought role as the station's gay adviser.
  • That others should long and strive for that which had come to him, unsought, unwooed, was something he could neither obviate nor deny. Tonio, Son of the Sierras A Story of the Apache War
  • More often, however, the spread of Italian music was haphazard, depending on chance meetings and unsought opportunities.
  • And, given the product-hawking that barrages my every waking hour - ads on TV, on the sides of bus stops, etc. - a few unsought e-mails should hardly make me bat an eye.
  • Grace is a blessing you do not deserve, and though you may seek for grace, it comes, if it comes at all, unsought.
  • He has mastered the Doc's interview technique of using non-stop verbals to shut out any unsought queries and exhausting air time (as well as the patience of the viewer) with the hogging technique.
  • Unsought, she has shown loyalty and devotion without stint. Times, Sunday Times
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