Descriptive of anything that a recipient did not actively choose to receive, but particularly:

1. Email or IM messages. See spam.

2. Browser or Windows Messenger windows. See pop-up.

3. Malware downloads and network transfers. See adware, spyware, scumware, virus, trojan, and worm.
1. I was gone for four days and had 600 unsolicited email messages when I returned.

2. I used to get a lot more unsolicited browser pop-ups in older browser versions.

3. Some browser pop-ups would try to download unsolicited software.
by Downstrike July 27, 2005
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The unwanted/unexpected insertion of a finger into someone else's butthole. This may be attempted on an unsuspecting person regardless of their state of dress. The aim is to attempt to stick one's digit as far as possible into another's butthole before they have time to clench/react.
I bent over to pick up the remote and she slipped me the unsolicited. Ye-ouch!
by tinogrrl January 14, 2011
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Advice nobody fucking asked you for.
Person: you should let your hair grow out it’ll make you more attractive.

Me: I don’t need your unsolicited advice.
by RealBitch12341234 April 30, 2018
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A text message or email picture of a man's penis sent to a woman who had not asked for it.
Dude did you hear? Jenn Sterger is suing Brett Favre over his unsolicited dong.
by Jhonny Jay December 10, 2010
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When your spouse out of the goodness of their spirit decides to give you head without you asking.
My girl and I were on I5 south leaving Seattle to the bay, and not once but she twice gave me unsolicited mouth she was so excited I took her on a road trip.
by KingJah September 18, 2015
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When someone finds it nearly impossible to engage in any modicum of conversation without slyly dropping the name of his or her fiancee or spouse (i.e., "charlie") into the mix. Almost always a non-sequitur, and deserving of a gooey ostroff.
So I'm talking about fantasy football, and how I wish Portis had gotten in the endzone on at least one of the five times he was on the 1-yard line, and Alison comes strong with an unsolicited charlie, telling me how difficult her wedding plans are becoming. I mean, what the hell do I care about her caterer and whether or not she should go with Bacardi or Captain Morgan's? I'm hemmorhaging points here with Peerless Price, who Michael Vick can't seem to find in the endzone.
by Shocker September 28, 2004
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