Arabs are seen as unwanted, unwelcomed, expendable and a demographic threat.
“We feel visible and invisible, powerful and powerless, loved and despised, welcomed and unwelcomed,” Hinojosa says.
With growing momentum to isolate Israel internationally, talks for the sake of talks are an unwelcomed distraction.
An alien in his own land and unwelcomed of any, Jason sought the good priest and learned the fate of Maud.
Very little of this life is enjoyed without the unwelcomed flies that spoil the precious ointment.
I had no quarrel with the two unmannerly cads who had forced themselves uninvited and unwelcomed upon my privacy.
Those who permit themselves to enter our room unasked and unwelcomed—I will have nothing to say to them.
He returned from his fourth voyage sick unto death, unnoticed, unhonored, unwelcomed.
Politics and conspiracy were constraining but unwelcomed duties; he gave his love to literature.
He walked in unchallenged, unwelcomed, going from room to room, finding all equally desolate.
Old English wilcuma, exclamation of kindly greeting, from earlier wilcuma (n.) "welcome guest," literally "one whose coming is in accord with another's will," from willa "pleasure, desire, choice" (see will (v.)) + cuma "guest," related to cuman (see come). Cf. Old High German willicomo, Middle Dutch wellecome. Meaning "entertainment or public reception as a greeting" is recorded from 1530. You're welcome as a formulaic response to thank you is attested from 1907. Welcome mat first recorded 1951; welcome wagon is attested from 1961.
Old English wilcumian, from wilcuma (see welcome (n.)). Related: Welcomed; welcoming.