Word family noun want adjective wantedunwanted verb want
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunwantedun‧want‧ed /ʌnˈwɒntɪd $ -ˈwɒːnt-, -ˈwɑːnt-/ ●○○ adjective WANT#not wanted or needed an unwanted pregnancy
Examples from the Corpus
unwantedPaying a mortgage trader much more than a treasury trader made the treasury trader feel unwanted.Eventually, after three weeks, he stepped in to rescue her from another, unwanted admirer and love blossomed.But then, she was at home here, not Rachaela's unwanted guest.There are several ways that you can remove unwanted hair, including waxing or electrolysis at a salon.Whilst some welcome the opportunity of early retirement, others see it as an unwanted imposition on their lives.Unplanned, unwanted infants may begin to seem more acceptable at this point.The pill was once expected to limit the number of unwanted pregnancies, but instead the number has soared.Jones claimed that the President made unwanted sexual advances towards her, in a Little Rock hotel room.