What is a synonym for unsolicited comment?
Synonyms. uninvited. unwelcome. She was deliberately making him feel unwelcome. gratuitous.
unsolicited Add to list Share. Something unsolicited was not asked for and possibly not wanted. Unsolicited calls and advice come whether we want them or not. One very common use of this word is in discussing "unsolicited advice" or feedback, which definitely has a negative spin.
Some common synonyms of enough are adequate, competent, and sufficient.
1a. unkind, rude, or offensive. Some of her remarks were quite unnecessary. Synonyms and related words. Cruel and unkind.
opinionated. adjective. someone who is opinionated has very strong opinions that they refuse to change even when they are clearly unreasonable.
To disregard something is to ignore it, or to deliberately pay it no attention.
It's disrespectful and presumptive to insert your opinions and ideas when they may not be wanted. Unsolicited advice can even communicate an air of superiority; it assumes the advice-giver knows what's right or best. Unsolicited advice often feels critical rather than helpful.
Here are some examples:
- She's too sad these days. ...
- I don't have enough sugar. ...
- You're driving too slowly!
- There are too many students in this class.
Can you say sufficiently enough?
Enough is often used as a synonym for sufficient, and when something is not sufficient, it is too little to take care of what's needed. Sufficient can, however, also suggest just enough and not an abundance, as in "the money was sufficient for groceries, but we needed more to fill the gas tank."
underestimate. verb. to think that someone has less power or ability than they really have.
inadequate. adjectivedefective, insufficient, incompetent. bare.
adj.defective, insufficient, incompetent.
Prevaricate, evade, dodge.
Some common synonyms of disregard are forget, ignore, neglect, overlook, and slight.
synonyms for pay no attention
discount. forget. ignore. omit. disdain.
1 : exceeding what is sufficient or necessary : extra 2 : not needed : unnecessary. Examples: The textbook includes so much superfluous information that students often overlook key points. "
: lacking adequate or official support : not warranted : unjustified. unwarranted fears. an unwarranted intrusion. Their criticism is unwarranted.
What are disparaging comments?
If you are disparaging about someone or something, or make disparaging comments about them, you say things which show that you do not have a good opinion of them. He was critical of the people, disparaging of their crude manners. Synonyms: contemptuous, damaging, critical, slighting More Synonyms of disparaging.
A disingenuous remark might contain some superficial truth, but it is delivered with the intent to deceive or to serve some hidden purpose. Its base word ingenuous (derived from a Latin adjective meaning "native" or "freeborn") can describe someone who, like a child, is innocent or lacking guile or craftiness.
slighting. adjective. a slighting remark or action is rude and is intended to make someone seem unimportant.
Unsolicited means that the Recipient has not granted verifiable permission for the message to be sent. Bulk means that the message is sent as part of a larger collection of messages, all having substantively identical content. A message is Spam only if it is both Unsolicited and Bulk.