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  • adv. In an unwelcome manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unwelcome manner; without welcome.


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unwelcome +‎ -ly


  • Yet, unwelcomely early as the tones came, they awaked him a different being in strength and spirits from what he had fallen asleep.

    Quentin Durward

  • Look around; you can see some people here whose kisses you might welcome, and others whose kisses you might regard as intrusively, unwelcomely sexual at such a time.

    AKMA’s Random Thoughts

  • It was unwelcomely arousing, too, without a doubt, to share the experience with Errol in the long grass.

    Kalooki Nights

  • I actively and often unwelcomely urge people to never, ever, ever buy anything from Walmart.

    When do you not mind breaking the law?

  • Azdra'ik's hand landed unwelcomely on his shoulder, and he looked the goblin full in the face, expecting some foul trick; but Azdra'ik's grip had no force this time.

    The Goblin Mirror

  • The band played so long that the town element among the audience became somewhat unwelcomely demonstrative.

    A Pirate of Parts

  • But still -- a new thought had begun to obtrude itself unwelcomely.

    Four Girls and a Compact

  • At this moment Serlo entered, most unwelcomely; and most unexpectedly, Philina with her hand in his.

    Chapter XIV. Book IV

  • His latent antagonism against all Indians because they were unwelcomely his blood relatives had crystallized here and there against; certain individuals of the tribe.

    Good Indian

  • 'My good Mr. Holdaway,' said he, 'I was born with that same tallow-candle face, and the only fear that you inspire me with is the fear that I intrude unwelcomely upon your private hours.

    Lay Morals


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