Definition of unwanted in English:

unwanted

Line breaks: un|want¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈwɒntɪd
 
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adjective

Not or no longer desired: affairs can lead to unwanted pregnancies she felt unwanted
More example sentences
  • It too was a place to hide from the social and moral stigma of unwanted pregnancy.
  • Stray and unwanted cats have been patched up, neutered and sent off to new homes.
  • York's animal shelter is packed out with unwanted cats and dogs who now need new homes.
Synonyms
unwelcome, undesirable, undesired, unpopular, unfortunate, unlucky, unfavourable, untoward, too bad; unpleasant, disagreeable, displeasing, unpalatable, distasteful, objectionable, offensive, upsetting, disappointing, distressing; regrettable, deplorable, lamentable, reprehensible, blameworthy, ill-advised; unacceptable, intolerable, awful, terrible, wretched, sad, dire, disastrous, appalling; ignominious, pitiful, disgraceful, shamefulunused, left over, surplus, superfluous, redundant; uneaten, unconsumed, untoucheduninvited, intruding, gatecrashing, unbidden, unasked, unrequested, unsolicitedfriendless, unloved, uncared-for, uncherished, unpopular, forsaken, rejected, shunned, disliked; superfluous, useless, unnecessary; Frenchde trop

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