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His unwelcome visit revived their suspicions; but he announced himself as a messenger of good-will from the chief, who, finding they had taken the wrong road, had sent Rose and his companions to guide them to a nearer and better one across the mountain.
She knew, that when he now took up the Baronetage, it was to drive the heavy bills of his tradespeople, and the unwelcome hints of Mr Shepherd, his agent, from his thoughts.
I need fear no unwelcome visitors while this lasts, I think.
But he still fretted audibly over his own helplessness, and he chafed visibly under the rules and "regulatings" of the unwelcome members of his household.
And an unwelcome one,' said brother Charles; 'an unwelcome one, I know.
The favour is, at least, as unwelcome as it is unexpected.
Julia's looks were an evidence of the fact that made it indisputable; and after the first starts and exclamations, not a word was spoken for half a minute: each with an altered countenance was looking at some other, and almost each was feeling it a stroke the most unwelcome, most ill-timed, most appalling
Bob Hertzberg's frequent hugs are not intended to be sexual and more often than not are not unwelcome.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Palestinian official in President Mahmoud Abbas's ruling Fatah party said on Thursday that US Vice President Mike Pence, due to visit the region later this month, "is unwelcome in Palestine".
Summary: New Delhi [India], November 2 (ANI): The Delhi High Court on Thursday refused to categorise every unwelcome physical contact as 'sexual harassment.
The Republic's Marine Minister Michael Creed said: "Today's announcement by the UK Government is unwelcome and unhelpful.
Some of these, such as rats and mice, are often viewed as unwelcome visitors.