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- adj. which is not desired; not wanted
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not desired; not solicited.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not desired
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I understand that consensual sex with a willing partner can result in undesired consequences, and self-protection against those consequences results in condoms, alternate sexual practices, and medical intervention to stop pregnancy.
However, there are many instances of these community radios, where these channels have brought in the "undesired" kind of change.
This required the expulsion of all Poles, Jews, Gypsies — all the "undesired" population.
Was the employee the victim of an adverse action such as undesired transfers, threats, unfavorable references to a new employer, harassment, termination, loss of benefits, an unreasonable increase in workload or poor performance evaluations?
Now that is an entirely new angle on the impact of using plant material or food production waste for a base for conversion to fuel - what happens to all the "undesired" or even
Ru experts, Korean legislation never mentions the prohibition to visit "undesired" resources.
The patent covers real-time and batch analysis of audio data streams with the ability to render "undesired" words or phrases unintelligible or inaudible.
Once you've filled in the pattern journal for the day, look at each pattern that you've categorized as "undesired" and say the following phrase aloud, "I see you and accept you, and I now release you for the last time.
During that time, despite repeated experiences that consistently led to the same result, I failed to recognize my complicity in those (undesired) outcomes.
But they recognize that their actions—including cutting interest rates, pumping money into the financial system or bailing out troubled banks—can produce undesired market volatility and even make some conservative investors pull back from markets that appear frightening, leaving trading to the risk-takers.
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