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unappeasable
adjective Date: 1561 not to be appeased ; implacable • unappeasably adverb
unappeasably
adverb see unappeasable
unappetizing
adjective Date: 1884 not appetizing ; insipid, unattractive • unappetizingly adverb
unappetizingly
adverb see unappetizing
unappreciation
noun Date: 1886 failure to appreciate something
unapproachability
noun see unapproachable
unapproachable
adjective Date: 1581 1. not approachable ; physically inaccessible 2. discouraging intimacies ; reserved • unapproachability noun • unapproachably adverb
unapproachably
adverb see unapproachable
unapt
adjective Date: 14th century 1. inappropriate, unsuitable 2. not accustomed and not likely 3. dull, backward • unaptly adverb • unaptness noun
unaptly
adverb see unapt
unaptness
noun see unapt
unarguable
adjective Date: 1881 not arguable
unarguably
adverb Date: 1929 it cannot be argued ; unquestionably
unarm
transitive verb Date: 14th century disarm
unarmed
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not armed or armored ; also not using or involving a weapon 2. having no hard and sharp projections (as spines, spurs, or claws)
unarticulated
adjective Date: circa 1700 not articulated; especially not carefully reasoned or analyzed
unary
adjective Etymology: Latin unus one + English -ary Date: 1923 having, consisting of, or acting on a single element, item, or component ; monadic
unashamed
adjective Date: 1600 not ashamed ; being without guilt, self-consciousness, or doubt • unashamedly adverb
unashamedly
adverb see unashamed
unasked
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not being asked ; uninvited 2. not asked 3. not asked for
unassailability
noun see unassailable
unassailable
adjective Date: 1596 not assailable ; not liable to doubt, attack, or question • unassailability noun • unassailableness noun • unassailably adverb
unassailableness
noun see unassailable
unassailably
adverb see unassailable
unassertive
adjective Date: 1861 not assertive ; modest, shy • unassertively adverb
unassertively
adverb see unassertive
unassisted
adjective Date: 1607 1. not assisted ; lacking help 2. made or performed without an assist
unassuageable
adjective Date: circa 1611 not capable of being assuaged
unassuming
adjective Date: 1722 not assuming ; modest • unassumingness noun
unassumingness
noun see unassuming
unattached
adjective Date: 1796 1. a. not assigned or committed (as to a particular task, organization, or person); especially not married or engaged b. not seized as security for ...
unattractive
adjective Date: 1813 not attractive ; plain, dull • unattractively adverb • unattractiveness noun
unattractively
adverb see unattractive
unattractiveness
noun see unattractive
unavailing
adjective Date: 1670 not availing ; futile, useless • unavailingly adverb • unavailingness noun
unavailingly
adverb see unavailing
unavailingness
noun see unavailing
unavoidable
adjective Date: 15th century not avoidable ; inevitable • unavoidably adverb
unavoidably
adverb see unavoidable
unaware
I. adverb Date: 1581 unawares II. adjective Date: 1696 not aware ; ignorant • unawarely adverb • unawareness noun
unawarely
adverb see unaware II
unawareness
noun see unaware II
unawares
adverb Etymology: un- + aware + -s, adverb suffix, from Middle English, from -s, genitivesingular ending of nouns — more at -s Date: 1530 1. without design, attention, ...
unbacked
adjective Date: 1609 lacking support or aid
unbalance
I. transitive verb Date: 1854 to put out of balance II. noun Date: 1855 lack of balance ; imbalance
unbalanced
adjective Date: 1650 not balanced: as a. not in equilibrium b. mentally disordered or deranged c. not adjusted so as to make credits equal to debits
unballasted
adjective Date: 1644 not furnished with or steadied by ballast ; unsteady
unbandage
transitive verb Date: 1835 to remove a bandage from
unbar
transitive verb Date: 14th century to remove a bar from ; unbolt, open
unbarbered
adjective Date: 1845 having long and especially unkempt hair
unbarred
adjective Date: 1603 1. not secured by a bar ; unlocked 2. not marked with bars
unbated
adjective Date: circa 1597 1. unabated 2. archaic not blunted
unbe
intransitive verb Date: 15th century archaic to lack or cease to have being
unbearable
adjective Date: 15th century not bearable ; unendurable • unbearably adverb
unbearably
adverb see unbearable
unbeatable
adjective Date: 1855 1. not capable of being defeated 2. possessing unsurpassable qualities • unbeatably adverb
unbeatably
adverb see unbeatable
unbeaten
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not pounded or beaten ; not whipped 2. not traversed ; untrodden 3. not defeated
unbeautiful
adjective Date: 15th century not beautiful ; unattractive • unbeautifully adverb
unbeautifully
adverb see unbeautiful
unbecoming
adjective Date: 1598 not becoming ; especially not according with the standards appropriate to one's position or condition of life Synonyms: see indecorous • ...
unbecomingly
adverb see unbecoming
unbecomingness
noun see unbecoming
unbeknown
adjective see unbeknownst
unbeknownst
also unbeknown adjective Etymology: 1un- + obsolete English beknown known; unbeknownst, irregular from unbeknown Date: 1636 1. happening or existing without the knowledge of ...
unbelief
noun Date: 12th century incredulity or skepticism especially in matters of religious faith
unbelievable
adjective Date: 1548 too improbable for belief ; also of such a superlative degree as to be hard to believe • unbelievably adverb
unbelievably
adverb see unbelievable
unbeliever
noun Date: 1526 1. one that does not believe in a particular religious faith 2. one that does not believe ; an incredulous person ; doubter, skeptic
unbelieving
adjective Date: 14th century marked by unbelief ; incredulous, skeptical • unbelievingly adverb
unbelievingly
adverb see unbelieving
unbelted
adjective Date: 1814 not furnished with a belt
unbend
verb (unbent; -bending) Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. to free from flexure ; make or allow to become straight 2. to cause (as the mind) to relax 3. a. to ...
unbendable
adjective Date: 1825 single-minded, firm
unbending
adjective Etymology: 1un- Date: circa 1688 1. not bending ; unyielding, inflexible 2. aloof or unsocial in manner ; reserved
unbeseeming
adjective Date: 1583 not befitting ; unbecoming
unbiased
adjective Date: 1607 1. free from bias; especially free from all prejudice and favoritism ; eminently fair 2. having an expected value equal to a population parameter ...
unbiasedness
noun see unbiased
unbiblical
adjective Date: 1828 contrary to or unsanctioned by the Bible
unbid
adjective see unbidden
unbidden
also unbid adjective Etymology: Middle English unbiden, unbeden, from Old English unbeden, from un- + beden, past participle of biddan to entreat — more at bid Date: before ...
unbind
transitive verb (unbound; -binding) Date: before 12th century 1. to remove a band from ; free from fastenings ; untie, unfasten 2. to set free ; release
unbitted
adjective Etymology: 2bit Date: circa 1586 archaic unbridled, uncontrolled
unblenched
adjective Date: 1634 not disconcerted ; undaunted
unblessed
also unblest adjective Date: 13th century 1. evil, accursed 2. not blessed
unblest
adjective see unblessed
unblinded
adjective Date: circa 1611 not blinded; especially free from illusion
unblinking
adjective Date: 1850 1. not blinking 2. not showing signs of emotion, doubt, or confusion • unblinkingly adverb
unblinkingly
adverb see unblinking
unblock
transitive verb Date: circa 1611 to free from being blocked
unblushing
adjective Date: 1567 1. not blushing 2. shameless, unabashed • unblushingly adverb
unblushingly
adverb see unblushing
unbodied
adjective Date: 1513 1. having no body ; incorporeal; also freed from the body 2. formless
unbolt
transitive verb Date: 1581 to open or unfasten by withdrawing a bolt
unbolted
I. adjective Etymology: 2bolt Date: circa 1580 not fastened by bolts II. adjective Etymology: 4bolt Date: circa 1598 not sifted
unbonneted
adjective Date: circa 1605 bareheaded
unborn
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. not born ; not brought into life 2. still to appear ; future 3. existing without birth
unbosom
Date: circa 1595 transitive verb 1. to give expression to ; disclose, reveal 2. to disclose the thoughts or feelings of (oneself) intransitive verb to unbosom oneself
unbound
adjective Date: before 12th century not bound: as a. (1) not fastened (2) not confined b. not having the leaves fastened together c. not bound together with ...
unbounded
adjective Date: 1565 1. having no limit 2. unrestrained, uncontrolled • unboundedness noun
unboundedness
noun see unbounded
unbowed
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not bowed down 2. not subdued
unbox
transitive verb Date: circa 1611 to remove from a box
unbrace
transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to free or detach by or as if by untying or removing a brace or bond 2. enfeeble, weaken
unbraid
transitive verb Date: 14th century to separate the strands of ; unravel
unbranched
adjective Date: 1665 1. having no branches 2. not divided into branches
unbranded
adjective Date: 1749 1. not marked with the owner's name or mark 2. not sold under a brand name
unbreathable
adjective Date: 1846 not fit for being breathed
unbred
adjective Date: 1622 1. obsolete ill-bred 2. not taught ; untrained 3. not bred ; never having been bred
unbridle
transitive verb Date: 15th century to free or loose from a bridle; broadly to set loose ; free from restraint
unbridled
adjective Date: 14th century 1. unrestrained 2. not confined by a bridle
unbroke
adjective Date: 14th century unbroken
unbroken
adjective Date: 14th century not broken: as a. not violated b. whole, intact c. not subdued ; untamed; especially not trained for service or use d. continuous ...
unbuckle
Date: 14th century transitive verb to loose the buckle of ; unfasten intransitive verb 1. to loosen buckles 2. relax
unbudgeable
adjective Date: circa 1929 not able to be budged or changed ; inflexible • unbudgeably adverb
unbudgeably
adverb see unbudgeable
unbudging
adjective Date: circa 1934 not budging ; resisting movement or change • unbudgingly adverb
unbudgingly
adverb see unbudging
unbuild
verb (unbuilt; -building) Date: circa 1608 transitive verb to pull down ; demolish, raze intransitive verb to destroy something
unbuilt
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not built ; not yet constructioncted 2. not built on
unbundle
Date: 1969 intransitive verb to give separate prices for equipment and supporting services transitive verb to price separately
unburden
transitive verb Date: circa 1538 1. to free or relieve from a burden 2. to relieve oneself of (as cares, fears, or worries) ; cast off
unburdened
adjective Date: 1548 not burdened ; having no weight or load
unbutton
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to loose the buttons of 2. to open by or as if by loosing buttons intransitive verb to undo buttons
unbuttoned
adjective Date: 1583 1. a. not buttoned b. not provided with buttons 2. not under constructionint ; free and unrestricted in action and expression
Unc
abbreviation uncirculated
uncage
transitive verb Date: 1620 to release from or as if from a cage ; free from restraint
uncalculated
adjective Date: 1641 not planned or thought out beforehand ; spontaneous
uncalculating
adjective Date: 1821 not based on or marked by calculation
uncalled-for
adjective Date: circa 1656 1. not called for or needed ; unnecessary 2. being or offered without provocation or justification
uncannily
adverb see uncanny
uncanniness
noun see uncanny
uncanny
adjective Date: 1773 1. a. seeming to have a supernatural character or origin ; eerie, mysterious b. being beyond what is normal or expected ; suggesting superhuman or ...
Uncas
biographical name 1588?-?1683 Pequot Indian chief
uncaused
adjective Date: 15th century having no antecedent cause
unceasing
adjective Date: 14th century never ceasing ; continuous, incessant • unceasingly adverb
unceasingly
adverb see unceasing
uncelebrated
adjective Date: 1660 1. not formally honored or commemorated 2. not famous ; obscure
unceremonious
adjective Date: 1598 1. not ceremonious ; informal 2. abrupt, rude • unceremoniously adverb • unceremoniousness noun
unceremoniously
adverb see unceremonious
unceremoniousness
noun see unceremonious
uncertain
adjective Date: 14th century 1. indefinite, indeterminate 2. not certain to occur ; problematical 3. not reliable ; untrustworthy 4. a. not known beyond doubt ; ...
uncertainly
adverb see uncertain
uncertainness
noun see uncertain
uncertainty
noun Date: 14th century 1. the quality or state of being uncertain ; doubt 2. something that is uncertain Synonyms: uncertainty, doubt, dubiety, skepticism, suspicion, ...
uncertainty principle
noun Date: 1929 a principle in quantum mechanics: it is impossible to discern simultaneously and with high accuracy both the position and the momentum of a particle (as an ...
UNCF
abbreviation United Negro College Fund
unchain
transitive verb Date: 1582 to free by or as if by removing a chain ; set loose
unchancy
adjective Date: 1533 1. chiefly Scottish ill-fated 2. chiefly Scottish dangerous
unchangeability
noun see unchangeable
unchangeable
adjective Date: 14th century not changing or to be changed ; immutable • unchangeability noun • unchangeableness noun • unchangeably adverb
unchangeableness
noun see unchangeable
unchangeably
adverb see unchangeable
unchanging
adjective Date: 1587 constant, invariable • unchangingly adverb • unchangingness noun
unchangingly
adverb see unchanging
unchangingness
noun see unchanging
uncharacteristic
adjective Date: 1748 not characteristic ; not typical or distinctive • uncharacteristically adverb
uncharacteristically
adverb see uncharacteristic
uncharge
transitive verb Date: 14th century obsolete acquit
uncharged
adjective Date: 1815 not charged; specifically having no electric charge
uncharitable
adjective Date: 15th century lacking in charity ; severe in judging ; harsh • uncharitableness noun • uncharitably adverb
uncharitableness
noun see uncharitable
uncharitably
adverb see uncharitable
uncharted
adjective Date: 1832 not recorded or plotted on a map, chart, or plan ; broadly unknown
unchaste
adjective Date: 14th century not chaste ; lacking in chastity • unchastely adverb • unchasteness noun
unchastely
adverb see unchaste
unchasteness
noun see unchaste
unchastity
noun Date: 14th century the quality or state of being unchaste
unchivalrous
adjective Date: 1830 not chivalrous ; lacking in chivalry • unchivalrously adverb
unchivalrously
adverb see unchivalrous
unchoke
transitive verb Date: 1588 to clear of obstruction
unchristian
adjective Date: 1555 1. not of the Christian faith 2. a. contrary to the Christian spirit or character b. uncivilized, barbarous
unchurch
transitive verb Date: circa 1620 1. to expel from a church ; excommunicate 2. to deprive of a church or of status as a church
unchurched
adjective Date: 1657 not belonging to or connected with a church
unci
plural of uncus
uncial
I. adjective Etymology: Late Latin unciales (litterae) uncial (letters), from Latin, plural of uncialis weighing an ounce, from uncia twelfth part, ounce — more at ounce ...
uncially
adverb see uncial I
unciform
adjective Etymology: New Latin unciformis, from Latin uncus hook + -formis -form — more at angle Date: circa 1734 hook-shaped ; uncinate
uncinariasis
noun Etymology: New Latin, from Uncinaria, genus that includes hookworms, from Latin uncinus hook Date: 1902 hookworm 2
uncinate
adjective Etymology: Latin uncinatus, from uncinus hook, from uncus Date: circa 1760 bent at the tip like a hook ; hooked
uncirculated
adjective Date: 1917 issued for use as money but kept out of circulation (as for preservation in a collection)
uncircumcised
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not circumcised 2. spiritually impure ; heathen • uncircumcision noun
uncircumcision
noun see uncircumcised
uncivil
adjective Date: 1553 1. not civilized ; barbarous 2. lacking in courtesy ; ill-mannered, impolite 3. not conducive to civic harmony and welfare • uncivilly adverb
uncivilized
adjective Date: 1607 1. not civilized ; barbarous 2. remote from settled areas ; wild
uncivilly
adverb see uncivil
unclamp
transitive verb Date: 1809 to loosen the clamp of ; to free from a clamp
unclarity
noun (plural -ties) Date: 1923 lack of clarity ; ambiguity, obscurity
unclasp
Date: 1530 transitive verb 1. to open the clasp of 2. to open or cause to be opened (as a clenched hand) intransitive verb to loosen a hold
unclassical
adjective Date: 1725 not classical; especially unconcerned with the classics
unclassified
adjective Date: 1865 1. not placed or belonging in a class 2. not subject to a security classification
uncle
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin avunculus mother's brother; akin to Old English ēam uncle, Welsh ewythr, Latin avus grandfather Date: 14th ...
Uncle Sam
noun Etymology: expansion of U.S., abbreviation of United States Date: 1813 1. the United States government 2. the American nation or people
Uncle Tom
I. noun Etymology: Uncle Tom, pious and faithful black slave in Uncle Tom's Cabin (1851-52) by Harriet Beecher Stowe Date: 1922 1. a black who is overeager to win the ...
Uncle Tomism
noun see Uncle Tom I
unclean
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. morally or spiritually impure 2. infected with a harmful supernatural contagion; also prohibited by ritual law for use or contact ...
uncleanliness
noun see uncleanly I
uncleanly
I. adjective Date: before 12th century morally or physically unclean • uncleanliness noun II. adverb Date: before 12th century in an unclean manner
uncleanness
noun see unclean
unclench
Date: 1647 transitive verb 1. to open from a clenched position 2. to release from a grip intransitive verb to become unclasped or relaxed
unclimbable
adjective Date: 1553 not able to be climbed • unclimbableness noun
unclimbableness
noun see unclimbable
unclinch
transitive verb Date: 1598 unclench
uncloak
Date: circa 1598 transitive verb 1. to remove a cloak or cover from 2. reveal, unmask intransitive verb to take off a cloak
unclog
transitive verb Date: circa 1608 to free from a difficulty or obstruction
unclose
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. open 2. disclose, reveal intransitive verb to become opened
unclosed
adjective Date: 15th century not closed or settled ; not concluded
unclothe
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to strip of clothes 2. divest, uncover
unclothed
adjective Date: 15th century not clothed
unclouded
adjective Date: 1594 not covered by clouds ; not darkened or obscured ; clear • uncloudedly adverb
uncloudedly
adverb see unclouded
unclubbable
adjective Date: circa 1764 unsociable 1
unclutter
transitive verb Date: 1930 to remove clutter from ; make neat and orderly
uncluttered
adjective Date: circa 1925 not cluttered
unco
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English (Scots) unkow, alteration of Middle English uncouth Date: 15th century 1. chiefly Scottish a. strange, unknown b. uncanny, weird ...
uncock
transitive verb Date: 1693 to remove the hammer of (a firearm) from a cocked position
uncoffin
transitive verb Date: 1836 to remove from or as if from a coffin
uncoffined
adjective Date: 1648 not placed in a coffin
uncoil
Date: 1713 transitive verb to release from a coiled state ; unwind intransitive verb to become uncoiled
uncoiled
adjective Date: 1713 not coiled
uncoined
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not minted 2. not fabricated ; natural
uncomfortable
adjective Date: 1573 1. causing discomfort or annoyance 2. feeling discomfort ; uneasy • uncomfortably adverb
uncomfortably
adverb see uncomfortable
uncommercial
adjective Date: 1768 1. not engaged in or related to commerce 2. not based on commercial principles 3. not likely to result in financial success
uncommitted
adjective Date: 15th century not committed; specifically not pledged to a particular belief, allegiance, or program
uncommon
adjective Date: circa 1576 1. not ordinarily encountered ; unusual 2. remarkable, exceptional Synonyms: see infrequent • uncommonly adverb • uncommonness noun
uncommonly
adverb see uncommon
uncommonness
noun see uncommon
uncommunicable
adjective Date: 14th century incommunicable
uncommunicative
adjective Date: 1691 not disposed to talk or impart information ; reserved
Uncompahgre Peak
geographical name mountain 14,309 feet (4361 meters) SW Colorado; highest in San Juan Mountains
Uncompahgre Plateau
geographical name tableland W Colorado SW of the Gunnison
uncompetitive
adjective Date: 1885 not competitive ; unable to compete • uncompetitiveness noun
uncompetitiveness
noun see uncompetitive
uncomplaining
adjective Date: 1738 not complaining ; patient • uncomplainingly adverb
uncomplainingly
adverb see uncomplaining
uncomplicated
adjective Date: 1704 1. a. not complicated by something outside itself b. not involving medical complications 2. not complex ; simple
uncomplimentary
adjective Date: 1837 not complimentary ; derogatory
uncomprehending
adjective Date: 1810 not comprehending ; lacking understanding • uncomprehendingly adverb
uncomprehendingly
adverb see uncomprehending
uncompromisable
adjective Date: 1958 not able to be compromised
uncompromising
adjective Date: 1800 not making or accepting a compromise ; making no concessions ; inflexible, unyielding • uncompromisingly adverb • uncompromisingness noun
uncompromisingly
adverb see uncompromising
uncompromisingness
noun see uncompromising
unconceivable
adjective Date: circa 1604 inconceivable
unconcern
noun Date: 1684 1. lack of care or interest ; indifference 2. freedom from excessive concern or anxiety
unconcerned
adjective Date: circa 1635 1. not involved ; not having any part or interest 2. not anxious or upset ; free of worry Synonyms: see indifferent • unconcernedly adverb ...
unconcernedly
adverb see unconcerned
unconcernedness
noun see unconcerned
unconditional
adjective Date: 1666 1. not conditional or limited ; absolute, unqualified 2. unconditioned 2 • unconditionally adverb
unconditionally
adverb see unconditional
unconditioned
adjective Date: circa 1631 1. not subject to conditions or limitations 2. a. not dependent on or subjected to conditioning or learning ; natural b. producing an ...
unconformable
adjective Date: 1594 1. not conforming 2. exhibiting geological unconformity • unconformably adverb
unconformably
adverb see unconformable
unconformity
noun Date: circa 1600 1. archaic lack of conformity 2. a. lack of continuity in deposition between rock strata in contact corresponding to a period of nondeposition, ...
uncongenial
adjective Date: 1813 1. not sympathetic or compatible 2. a. not fitted ; unsuitable b. not to one's taste ; disagreeable • uncongeniality noun
uncongeniality
noun see uncongenial
unconquerable
adjective Date: 1582 1. incapable of being conquered ; indomitable 2. incapable of being surmounted • unconquerably adverb
unconquerably
adverb see unconquerable
unconscionability
noun see unconscionable
unconscionable
adjective Date: 1565 1. not guided or controlled by conscience ; unscrupulous 2. a. excessive, unreasonable b. shockingly unfair or unjust • ...
unconscionableness
noun see unconscionable
unconscionably
adverb see unconscionable
unconscious
I. adjective Date: 1712 1. a. not knowing or perceiving ; not aware b. free from self-awareness 2. a. not possessing mind or consciousness b. (1) not ...
unconsciously
adverb see unconscious I

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