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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninvitedun‧in‧vit‧ed /ˌʌnɪnˈvaɪtɪd◂/ adjective  INVITE#not invited and expected uninvited guests Helen turned up uninvited.
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uninvitedJamie arrived half way through, uninvited.If left they sow themselves, reappearing as uninvited but welcome guests the following year.But on this particular evening we discovered we had uninvited guests.The elevator was for tenants only, not for uninvited guests.In Por Tanssie, no one would have marched into a room uninvited in case the person inside was in a state of undress.They came to his home uninvited once or twice and they would waylay him as he emerged from work at the factory.And it entered his mind uninvited to wonder about the strangeness of human relationships.
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