unbidden

[ uhn-bid-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF unbidden

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNBIDDEN

And how came you unbidden into my private cabinet, Don Felipe?

As unbidden guests are apt to do, they often come at inconvenient times.

You are here under my roof an unexpected and unbidden guest.

In the experience of that vision strength and peace will come to us unbidden.

But the hawks themselves were more interesting than their unbidden guests.

But outraged nature had prevailed, and sleep had come unbeckoned, unbidden.

"I am the Marchioness Caldariva," announced the unbidden guest.

Again a constraint enfolded, fastened upon us by an unbidden guest.

I will not perjure myself at his bidding; but being with him, I will kneel to him unbidden.

If he have ideas, and be awake, it will come of itself, unbidden and unsought for.

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