Unwelcoming in a sentence

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She glanced round the inhospitable chamber, and thought of the hundreds of rooms-some splendid and some vile, but all arid in their unwelcoming aspect-through which she had passed in her progress from mad exultation to calm and cold disgust.
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And even when the sun so condescends as to face them at the level of their own horizon (say from the western end of the Bayswater Road), when he searches out the eyes that have neglected him all day, finds a way between their narrowing lids, looks straight into their unwelcoming pupils, explores the careful wrinkles, singles and numbers the dull hairs, even, I say, to sudden sunset in our dim climate, the Londoner makes no reply; he would rather look into puddles than into the pools of light among clouds.
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The man is but little altered externally since we saw him last, however inly changed since he last stood on those unwelcoming floors; the form still retained the same vigour and symmetry,-the same unspeakable dignity of mien and bearing; the same thoughtful bend of the proud neck, -so distinct, in its elastic rebound, from the stoop of debility or age.
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The deep voice, unwelcoming, vibrant with an odd ring, would have struck a less suspicious man than Dene.
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He gazed shudderingly at the unwelcoming habitation, at the dark eyelike windows, at the sweep of barren slope merging into the vast red valley, at the bold, bleak bluffs.
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Examples of Unwelcoming

Example #1
The ceaseless din of the street annoyed her jaded ears.
Example #2
But she could not read.
Example #3
Yet the light is as characteristic of a country as is its landscape.
Example #4
The events of the sky do not come and go for the citizens, do not visibly approach and withdraw, threaten and pardon; they merely happen.
Example #5
Leaning against the mantelpiece, Darrell gazed round the room with a vague wistful look, as if seeking to conjure up associations that might link the present hour to that past life which had slipped away elsewhere; and his profile, reflected on the mirror behind, pale and mournful, seemed like that ghost of himself which his memory silently evoked.
Example #6
Sponged out, as from a slate, their reckonings with Time; leaving dim, here and there, some chance scratch of his own, blurred and bygone.