uninvited

[ verb in-vahyt; noun in-vahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF uninvited
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNINVITED

But the newest visitor did not come, like the others, uninvited into the "private" room.

Many of those who joined in it, uninvited, we did not even know.

It was the uninvited visitor whom he had met in the plantation.

Then quite privately and uninvited, Jemmy Three began to think.

All these cogitations because a woman had entered his life 223 uninvited!

I desire to know why you have come to my house, uninvited, and made all this disturbance.

Uninvited, the chambermaid had followed O'Reilly into the next room.

Amzi was advancing toward the uninvited guest and William turned to him.

She had never gone to that room except with Alice; never entered it uninvited.

In fact they all succumbed to the charm of their uninvited guest.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of invite (v.).

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