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The friend whose mug I borrowed has given them as unsolicited wedding gifts — that’s how much she believes in them.

From Eater

According to its report, the group said it heard “a significant number of consistent, unsolicited, and independent reports” about the strip-search and missing grievances.

Separately, we received an unsolicited e-mail from Hal Varian, the chief economist at Google.

Gerry Cohen had already voted, dropping off his state-issued ballot at his local post office, by the time the unsolicited mail ballot applications started showing up at his house in early September.

An ad-free model means the platform does not need to aggressively push unsolicited content from unsolicited sources.

Here, courtesy of BuzzFeed, is how it feels to be on the end of unsolicited compliments and harassment.

What should the protocol be for engaging people on the street who offer unsolicited “compliments?”

I bridled, too, at the unsolicited advice she persisted in giving my friends.

My much bigger collection, unsolicited, shows something real.

I pulled a Kanye and jumped up on stage, unsolicited and unashamed.

I am relating here just one little incident of help unsolicited that came in a crisis.

Whenever anybody gave that child a piece of unsolicited information he almost invariably replied, "I know."

Her character is so described, as to imply that hers were free, and often unsolicited charities.

For a long period he did not call upon me again, and for my part, I felt no courage to return his unsolicited visit.

It was unsolicited: Spohr himself had asked for the score; and this had a double or triple value to Wagner.

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unsolicited, such as: spontaneous, uninvited, unwelcome, voluntary, free, and freewilled.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.