- le manaomia
Adjective(1) not wanted; not needed(2) not wanted
(1) What if anti-spam laws could be formulated to prevent unwanted telemarketing calls?(2) She was part of an unwanted litter and came to us at just five weeks' old.(3) Stray and unwanted cats have been patched up, neutered and sent off to new homes.(4) A former keeper at Glasgow Zoo alleges unwanted pets were fed to snakes as a cost cutting exercise.(5) We would be grateful for any unused or unwanted books which can be handed into us at the Museum.(6) Farmers often see them as a nuisance, an unwanted obstacle dividing up valuable grazing land.(7) The long dark nights are here again but so are the unwanted visitors to our homes.(8) What kind of policy is this where senior citizens are made to feel unloved and unwanted ?(9) This a chance to get some money for Christmas and also to dispose of unwanted items at home.(10) The club would welcome any unwanted toys in good condition that can be sold.(11) York's animal shelter is packed out with unwanted cats and dogs who now need new homes.(12) They are also sending out posters to remind patients to cancel unwanted appointments.(13) Now there is a chance to get rid of unwanted articles, and serve a worthwhile cause as well.(14) It too was a place to hide from the social and moral stigma of unwanted pregnancy.(15) Giving a charitable donation in the name of a friend is another way to avoid handing over unwanted gifts.(16) The idea is that the active noise cancels out or reduces the unwanted sound.
(1) unwanted pregnancy :: maitaga le manaomia
1. unwelcome ::
2. uninvited ::
4. unused ::
5. undesirable ::
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