Did you by any chance mean unwelcome?
- adj. Not having been welcomed.
- un- + welcomed (Wiktionary)
“That year, within the pink-hued walls of the Boca Raton Resort & Club, Atlanta commodities exchange IntercontinentalExchange , called ICE, made a surprise, unwelcomed bid for the Chicago Board of Trade.”
“Like any strong medicine, Brazil's tax measures can have unwelcomed side effects.”
“We also reach a large number of Jews who had previously felt pushed out and unwelcomed by the organized Jewish community; they now find a connection to us because they value both our use of technology and our liberal voice.”
“Our video depicts a young boy walking down the aisle of church with his two mothers, embraced only by unwelcomed stares.”
“The mild tones turn the place into an extremely homy, warm and comfortable crib, where you could not possibly feel unwelcomed.”
“And the home security system is going off NOT because there is an unwelcomed guest, too?”
“In part, the consequence of patients feeling unwelcomed by the medical community are health disparities drawn along racial lines.”
“She says she has rarely seen a bill which is:A piece of legislation that is so unwelcomed by those that have to deliver it5.53pm: More reaction on that defeat for the government.”
“I have noticed that some with a negative attitude don't last long because their input is ignored or they receive enough negative feedback to feel unwelcomed.”
“As the illegitimate son of Rachel Fawcett Lavien and presumably James Hamilton, Alexander was unwelcomed by the church establishment of colonial Nevis Island of the British West Indies.”
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