verb (used with object), in·vit·ed, in·vit·ing.
verb (used without object), in·vit·ed, in·vit·ing.
Origin of invite
Examples from the Web for uninvited
Uninvited strangers in hazmat suits could alarm even the stablest of communities.
When you open a door like that, uninvited guests enter as well as the invited ones.
Uninvited, J Street came to Pittsburgh to undermine anti-occupation work.
The guest list consists of, as one uninvited CEO put it, "The Triple-A list."
Pawlenty said the speech raises questions of content and motive and is “uninvited”.
Others of your kind may be near, also, and you and they have come, uninvited.The Free Rangers|Joseph A. Altsheler
Ruth replied by taking an uninvited seat beside him, and resting his chin on the palms of his hands.
I suppose that you will not insist on following me uninvited.The Little Schoolmaster Mark|J. H. Shorthouse
Think of that man following us to Siena, uninvited, and attending me at the hotel two days, then refusing recompense.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II|Elizabeth Barrett Browning
With what pride and sang-froid had Robert announced his uninvited guest!More William|Richmal Crompton