verb (used with object), wel·comed, wel·com·ing.
Words nearby welcome
Idioms for welcome
Origin of welcome
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Examples from the Web for unwelcomed
With growing momentum to isolate Israel internationally, talks for the sake of talks are an unwelcomed distraction.
“We feel visible and invisible, powerful and powerless, loved and despised, welcomed and unwelcomed,” Hinojosa says.
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.The Harris-Ingram Experiment|Charles E. Bolton
He would have been the legal guardian of an heiress, instead of the provider for an unwelcomed child of poverty.Beyond the Frontier|Randall Parrish
The Chinese is an unwelcomed alien in Mongolia, and he knows it.A Wayfarer in China|Elizabeth Kendall
I had no quarrel with the two unmannerly cads who had forced themselves uninvited and unwelcomed upon my privacy.British Secret Service During the Great War|Nicholas Everitt
British Dictionary definitions for unwelcomed
Derived forms of welcomewelcomely, adverbwelcomeness, nounwelcomer, noun
Word Origin for welcome
Idioms and Phrases with unwelcomed
see warm welcome; wear out one's welcome; you're welcome.