Definition of unwelcomely in English:

unwelcomely

adverb

  • See unwelcome

    • ‘They usually do this primarily because they are concerned that they are being stalked or unwelcomely pursued.’
    • ‘The UK's approach to the negotiations on a replacement for the draft EU constitution is being seen in some European capitals as unwelcomely dictatorial.’
    • ‘I flicked a cigarette at a guy's head that night after he grabbed my friend's arm unwelcomely and tried to fight me after I pushed him off her.’
    • ‘Likewise, while on the topic, the rock formations almost make the map seem unwelcomely crowded.’
    • ‘This presents an unwelcomely anthropocentric view of the universe: That the habitation of man is spreading, in imperial fashion, throughout a domain which was prepared beforehand for exactly that purpose.’