Definition of unsolicited in English:

unsolicited

Syllabification: un·so·lic·it·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈlisidəd
 
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adjective

Not asked for; given or done voluntarily: unsolicited junk mail
More example sentences
  • And studios mostly don't steal ideas from unsolicited scripts that come in, because if you do that you do get sued.
  • I don't buy things at the door, or from an unsolicited phone call.
  • How dare I not take her unsolicited advice on the use of a cooking oil!
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unsolicitedly

adverb
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  • In the fifteenth century, authors rarely produced their works unsolicitedly.
  • In the airport, please do not trust unofficial taxi drivers that unsolicitedly offer you their services.
  • Every day, literally, unsolicitedly, volumes of poetry, published and unpublished, reach me in the mail.

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