Did you perchance mean uninvited?
- adj. Not invaded.
- un- + invaded (Wiktionary)
“For so you must allow me to call you, after your being so kind as to send me so valuable and agreeable a present as your translation of Horace (490) -- I wish compliment had left any term uninvaded, Of which sincerity could make use without suspicion.”
“uninvaded" lakes and lakes inhabited by zebra mussels, increasing the number of natural lakes considered vulnerable to zebra mussel invasion by 50 percent.”
“And the noise: Where she had felt a peace before in this silent uninvaded world, now the cistern echoed with a modulating roar.”
“But the point is that it happened and it is indicative of two simple facts of life under the Islamic Republic today: men and women unapologetically enjoy each other's company, and, even as intimidation and penalties loom, they're quite public about their desire to live contemporary, uninvaded lives.”
“In teen comedies from "American Pie" to "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" to "Road Trip" no orifice goes uninvaded, no bodily substance goes untasted, no obscenity is left unsaid.”
“Naturally I know about Varroa mite, as the island of Hawaii was until recently the last place uninvaded by Varroa, and was exporting queens worldwide to replace decimated colonies.”
“Her back was towards me; and Miss Rawlins, by pulling her sleeve, giving intimation of my being there — Can I have no retirement uninvaded, Sir, said she, with indignation, as if she were interrupted in some talk her heart was in? —”
“Sir, that I expect to be uninvaded in my retirements.”
“Find us some examples where the US invades, destroys the existing military and government, and 3 years later the country is in the middle of a low-level civil war, with the US favoring one side, and the outcome a decade later is better than in a comparable uninvaded country.”
“To-night, at least, the coast was likely to be uninvaded.”
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