Antonyms
Etymology

1. uninvited

adjective. ['ˌənɪnˈvaɪtɪd'] unwelcome and unwanted.

Antonyms

  • wanted

Etymology

  • invited (English)
  • un- (English)
  • on- (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Uninvited

  • unrequited
  • overexcited
  • disinvited
  • unindicted
  • shortsighted
  • reinvited
  • reignited
  • reunited
  • united
  • indited
  • indicted
  • incited
  • ignited
  • excited
  • delighted
  • benighted
  • whited
  • slighted
  • blighted
  • sited
  • sighted
  • righted
  • lighted
  • knighted
  • cited

Sentences with uninvited


1. Adjective
True to its reclusive nature, the Christmas tree worm does not appreciate uninvited company.

2. Verb, past tense
If he jumps up on your lap uninvited, calmly tell him "off."

Quotes about uninvited


1. Can you enter a house uninvited?""No.""Why?""That would be rude.
- Abigail Gibbs, Dinner with a Vampire

2. No one invites you to the top - you have to claw your way up. When you get there, you will sit with the others who were also uninvited - giggling.
- Staness Jonekos

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