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unconsciousness
noun see unconscious I
unconsidered
adjective Date: 1587 1. not considered or worth consideration 2. not resulting from consideration
unconsolidated
adjective Date: 1802 loosely arranged ; especially not stratified
unconstitutional
adjective Date: 1734 not according or consistent with the constitution of a body politic (as a nation) • unconstitutionality noun • unconstitutionally adverb
unconstitutionality
noun see unconstitutional
unconstitutionally
adverb see unconstitutional
unconstraint
noun Date: 1711 freedom from constructionint ; ease
unconstructed
adjective Date: 1970 of clothing manufactured without added material for padding, stiffening, or shape retention
uncontrollability
noun see uncontrollable
uncontrollable
adjective Date: 1593 1. archaic free from control by a superior power ; absolute 2. incapable of being controlled ; ungovernable • uncontrollability noun • ...
uncontrollably
adverb see uncontrollable
unconventional
adjective Date: 1835 not conventional ; not bound by or in accordance with convention ; being out of the ordinary • unconventionality noun • unconventionally adverb
unconventionality
noun see unconventional
unconventionally
adverb see unconventional
unconvincing
adjective Date: 1653 not convincing ; implausible • unconvincingly adverb • unconvincingness noun
unconvincingly
adverb see unconvincing
unconvincingness
noun see unconvincing
uncool
adjective Date: 1953 1. lacking in assurance, sophistication, or self-control 2. failing to accord with the values or styles (as of dress or behavior) of a particular group ...
uncork
transitive verb Date: 1709 1. to draw a cork from 2. a. to release from a sealed or pent-up state b. to let go ; release
uncorked
adjective Date: 1777 not provided with a cork
uncorseted
adjective Date: 1856 1. not wearing a corset 2. not controlled or inhibited
uncounted
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not counted 2. innumerable
uncouple
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to release (dogs) from a pair of joined collars 2. detach, disconnect • uncoupler noun
uncoupler
noun see uncouple
uncouth
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English uncūth, from un- + cūth familiar, known; akin to Old High German kund known, Old English can know — more at can Date: ...
uncouthly
adverb see uncouth
uncouthness
noun see uncouth
uncover
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make known ; bring to light ; disclose, reveal 2. to expose to view by removing some covering 3. a. to take the cover ...
uncovered
adjective Date: 14th century not covered: as a. not supplied with a covering b. not covered by insurance or included in a social insurance or welfare program c. not ...

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