from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not called
- adj. With "for", not appropriate, not suitable
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not called; unsummoned; not invited; not demanded.
- Also written uncalled-for, when used attributively: as, most uncalled-for remarks.
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Like her or not this kind of crap in uncalled for and just goes to show the mentality of some Democrats!
The largest prize still uncalled is Florida where wealthy businessman Rick Scott (R) holds a 48.8 percent to 47.8 percent lead over state Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink (D) with 99 percent of precincts reporting.
The reading "princes" for "adversaries" in uncalled for. join -- rather, "arm"; cover with armor [Maurer]. his -- Rezin's.
The world shall stand as long as any of God's chosen ones remain uncalled; but, when they are all gathered in, it will be set on fire immediately.
Singhvi also noted that Krishna has not confirmed Qureshi's remarks that both the ministers were of the opinion that Pillai's comments on ISI's role in 26/11 were "uncalled" for.
The latest attempt to offer an explanation for uncalled-for behaviour was posted at around 4.45pm last night on Arsenal's official website.
I don't really want to get back into it, but it's something that's uncalled for, for fans to do.
"What they don't understand is that to misrepresent yourself as someone who has earned a Purple Heart and to claim you are in the same league as someone who has sacrificed their life or lost a limb or something, that is uncalled for."
That was a very uncalled for comment on your part. esperanza, just because there is a comment, you don't have to put in your two-cents worth without further investigation.
But this post had nothing to do with either me or my publishing company, it was just in answer to a rather rude, uncalled for response from you.