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Is there a word unwelcomed?


When some one come to the door and you don't want to see them, should the word be you are "not welcomed " or "unwelcomed"

 

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    Elsie Hagley 2 years ago

    You answered my question, there definitely is a word "Unwelcomed"

    I must probably will not use it. This question has given me food for thought. Thanks.


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    Marie Flint 2 years ago

    That's quite an explanation, Alan! (Loving it.)


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    Elsie Hagley 2 years ago

    Well that was an extensive answer, but it sure confused me not sure what I should use, but most likely stay with "not welcomed".

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    Elsie Hagley 2 years ago

    Yes i'm getting very confused. I'm writing an article about being welcomed or not. eg "visiting new neighbours" the difference between being welcomed or not welcomed. Like having the door slammed in your face when you knock on the door.

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    Elsie Hagley 2 years ago

    Yes I have seen that also in that situation. Still thinking of using "not welcomed".

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    Elsie Hagley 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for the reply, interesting, you have a nice polite way of saying it.

    Have a great weekend.

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    Elsie Hagley 5 months ago

    I agree you are right, now two years later I can see it clearly.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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    Elsie Hagley 2 years ago

    Thanks Colin, I'm writing a article for hubpages but wasn't sure which was right. By your answer, I think I will use not welcomed, Appreciate your quick reply.


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