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EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ welcome

AdjectiveEdit

unwelcome (comparative more unwelcome, superlative most unwelcome)

  1. Not welcome.

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VerbEdit

unwelcome (third-person singular simple present unwelcomes, present participle unwelcoming, simple past and past participle unwelcomed)

  1. (transitive, rare) To treat as unwelcome.
    • 1992, Selections from National Press (page 92)
      Devils and angels stood side by side on one platform to unwelcome him.
    • 2013, Amber Lim, Different Worlds (page 303)
      'You could've said so if you're unwelcoming us. We could've just leave[sic]!' I ranted and walked back into the room, away from the balcony.