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uncreated
adjective Date: circa 1549 1. not existing by creation ; eternal, self-existent 2. not yet created
uncritical
adjective Date: 1659 1. not critical ; lacking in discrimination 2. showing lack or improper use of critical standards or procedures • uncritically adverb
uncritically
adverb see uncritical
uncross
transitive verb Date: 1599 to change from a crossed position
uncrown
transitive verb Date: 14th century to take the crown from ; dethrone
uncrumple
transitive verb Date: 1611 to restore to an original smooth condition
unction
noun Etymology: Middle English unccioun, from Anglo-French, from Latin unction-, unctio, from unguere to anoint — more at ointment Date: 14th century 1. the act of ...
unctuous
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French unctueus, from Medieval Latin unctuosus, from Latin unctus act of anointing, from ...
unctuously
adverb see unctuous
unctuousness
noun see unctuous
uncurl
Date: 1588 intransitive verb to become straightened out from a curled or coiled position transitive verb to straighten the curls of ; unroll
uncus
noun (plural unci) Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, hook — more at angle Date: circa 1826 a hooked anatomical part or process
uncut
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not cut down or cut into 2. not shaped by cutting 3. of a book not having the folds of the leaves slit 4. not abridged, curtailed, or ...
und so weiter
foreign term Etymology: German and so on
undauntable
adjective Date: 1587 undaunted
undaunted
adjective Date: 15th century courageously resolute especially in the face of danger or difficulty ; not discouraged Synonyms: see brave • undauntedly adverb
undauntedly
adverb see undaunted
undead
noun (plural undead) Date: 1897 1. vampire 1 2. zombie 1b
undebatable
adjective Date: 1850 not subject to debate ; indisputable • undebatably adverb
undebatably
adverb see undebatable
undeceive
transitive verb Date: 1598 to free from deception, illusion, or error
undecillion
noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Latin undecim eleven (from unus one + decem ten) + English -illion (as in million) — more at one, ten Date: 1931 — see number ...
undecylenic acid
noun Etymology: undecylene (C11H22) Date: 1879 a fatty acid C11H20O2 found in perspiration, obtained commercially from castor oil, and used especially in the treatment of ...
undemocratic
adjective Date: 1839 not democratic ; not agreeing with democratic practice or ideals • undemocratically adverb
undemocratically
adverb see undemocratic
undemonstrative
adjective Date: 1836 restrained in expression of feeling ; reserved • undemonstratively adverb • undemonstrativeness noun
undemonstratively
adverb see undemonstrative
undemonstrativeness
noun see undemonstrative
undeniable
adjective Date: 1547 1. plainly true ; incontestable 2. unquestionably excellent or genuine • undeniableness noun • undeniably adverb
undeniableness
noun see undeniable
undeniably
adverb see undeniable
under
I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, adverb & preposition, from Old English; akin to Old High German untar under, Latin inferus situated beneath, lower, infra below, Sanskrit ...
under arrest
phrasal in legal custody
under cover
phrasal 1. in an envelope or wrapper 2. under concealment ; in secret
under deadline
phrasal see on deadline
under fire
phrasal 1. exposed to fire from an enemy's weapons 2. under attack
under heel
phrasal under control or subjection
under one's belt
phrasal in one's possession ; as part of one's experience
under one's breath
phrasal so as to be barely audible
under one's hat
phrasal not disclosed ; secret
under one's nose
phrasal extremely near to one ; also brazenly in or as if in one's presence
under one's skin
phrasal so deeply penetrative as to irritate, stimulate, provoke thought, or otherwise excite
under one's thumb
or under the thumb phrasal under control ; in a state of subservience
under one's wing
phrasal under one's protection ; in one's care
under pain of
phrasal see on pain of
under sail
phrasal in motion with sails set
under seal
phrasal with an authenticating seal affixed
under the counter
phrasal by surreptitious means ; in an illicit and private manner
under the gun
phrasal under pressure or attack
under the hammer
phrasal for sale at auction
under the influence
phrasal affected by alcohol ; drunk
under the rose
phrasal sub rosa
under the skin
phrasal beneath apparent or surface differences ; at heart
under the sun
phrasal in the world ; on earth
under the table
phrasal 1. into a stupor 2. in a covert manner
under the thumb
phrasal see under one's thumb
under the weather
phrasal 1. ill 2. drunk 1a
under the wind
phrasal 1. to leeward 2. in a place protected from the wind ; under the lee
under the wire
phrasal 1. at the finish line 2. at the last moment
under way
adverb Etymology: probably from Dutch onderweg, from Middle Dutch onderwegen, literally, under or among the ways Date: 1720 1. in motion ; not at anchor or aground 2. into ...
under weigh
adverb Etymology: by folk etymology Date: 1749 under way
under-the-counter
adjective Etymology: from the hiding of illicit wares under the counter of stores where they are sold Date: 1926 surreptitious and usually irregular or illicit
under-the-table
adjective Date: 1948 covert and usually unlawful
underachieve
intransitive verb see underachiever
underachievement
noun see underachiever
underachiever
noun Date: 1952 one (as a student) that fails to attain a predicted level of achievement or does not do as well as expected • underachieve intransitive verb • ...
underact
Date: circa 1623 transitive verb to perform (a dramatic part) with restraint for effect ; underplay intransitive verb to perform feebly or with restraint
underactive
adjective Date: 1959 characterized by an abnormally low level of activity • underactivity noun
underactivity
noun see underactive
underage
adjective Date: 1561 1. of less than mature or legal age 2. done by or involving underage persons
underappreciated
adjective Date: 1968 not duly appreciated
underarm
I. adjective Date: 1816 1. underhand 4 2. placed under or on the underside of the arm II. adverb Date: circa 1909 underhand III. noun Date: 1923 1. armpit 1 2. ...
underbelly
noun Date: 1942 1. a vulnerable area; also a corrupt or sordid part 2. the underside of a body or mass
underbid
verb (-bid; -bidding) Date: circa 1677 transitive verb 1. to bid less than (a competing bidder) 2. to bid (a hand of cards) at less than the strength of the hand ...
underbidder
noun see underbid
underbody
noun Date: 1870 the lower part of something: as a. the lower part of an animal's body ; underparts b. the lower parts of the body of a vehicle
underboss
noun Date: 1942 a boss ranking next below the head of a branch of a crime syndicate
underbred
adjective Date: 1650 marked by lack of good breeding ; ill-bred
underbrim
noun Date: 1856 a facing on the underside of a hat brim
underbrush
noun Date: 1775 1. shrubs, bushes, or small trees growing beneath large trees in a wood or forest ; brush 2. a tangled, obstructing, or impeding mass
underbudgeted
adjective Date: 1965 provided with an inadequate budget
undercapitalized
adjective Date: 1962 having too little capital for efficient operation
undercard
noun Date: 1948 a program (as of boxing matches) supporting the featured match
undercarriage
noun Date: circa 1796 1. a supporting framework or underside (as of an automobile) 2. the landing gear of an airplane
undercharge
transitive verb Date: 1633 to charge (as a person) too little • undercharge noun
underclass
noun Date: 1918 the lowest social stratum usually made up of disadvantaged minority groups
underclassman
noun Date: 1871 a member of the freshman or sophomore class in a school or college
underclothes
noun plural Date: 1835 underwear
underclothing
noun Date: 1835 underwear
undercoat
noun Date: 1591 1. a coat or jacket worn under another 2. a growth of short hair or fur partly concealed by the longer and usually coarser guard hairs of a mammal 3. a. ...
undercoating
noun Date: 1922 a usually asphalt-based waterproof coating applied to the underside of a vehicle
undercool
transitive verb Date: 1895 supercool
undercount
transitive verb Date: 1951 to count fewer than the actual number of • undercount noun
undercover
I. adjective Date: 1920 acting or executed in secret; specifically employed or engaged in spying or secret investigation • undercover adverb II. noun Date: 1962 a ...
undercroft
noun Etymology: Middle English, from under + crofte crypt, from Middle Dutch, from Medieval Latin crupta, from Latin crypta — more at crypt Date: 14th century a ...
undercurrent
noun Date: 1683 1. a current below the upper currents or surface 2. a hidden opinion, feeling, or tendency often contrary to the one publicly shown • undercurrent ...
undercut
I. verb (-cut; -cutting) Date: 1598 transitive verb 1. to cut away the underpart of 2. to cut away material from the underside of (an object) so as to leave an ...
underdeveloped
adjective Date: 1892 1. not normally or adequately developed 2. having a relatively low economic level of industrial production and standard of living (as from lack of ...
underdevelopment
noun see underdeveloped
underdiagnose
transitive verb Date: 1974 to diagnose (a condition or disease) less often than it is actually present • underdiagnosis noun
underdiagnosis
noun see underdiagnose
underdog
noun Date: 1887 1. a loser or predicted loser in a struggle or contest 2. a victim of injustice or persecution
underdone
adjective Date: 1683 not thoroughly cooked ; rare
underdrawers
noun plural Date: 1894 an article of underwear for the lower body
underdrawing
noun Date: 1968 a preliminary sketch made on a surface (as a canvas or panel) prior to painting
underdress
Date: circa 1784 intransitive verb to dress in overly or inappropriately simple or informal clothing transitive verb to dress (as oneself) more simply or informally than ...
undereducated
adjective Date: 1848 poorly educated
underemphasis
noun Date: 1916 less emphasis than is possible or desirable
underemphasize
transitive verb Date: 1955 to fail to emphasize adequately
underemployed
adjective Date: 1908 having less than full-time, regular, or adequate employment
underemployment
noun Date: 1909 1. the condition in which people in a labor force are employed at less than full-time or regular jobs or at jobs inadequate with respect to their training or ...
underestimate
transitive verb Date: 1792 1. to estimate as being less than the actual size, quantity, or number 2. to place too low a value on ; underrate • underestimate noun • ...
underestimation
noun see underestimate
underexploited
adjective Date: 1952 not fully or sufficiently utilized
underexpose
transitive verb Date: 1861 to expose insufficiently; especially to expose (as film) to insufficient radiation (as light) • underexposure noun
underexposure
noun see underexpose
underfeed
transitive verb (underfed; -feeding) Date: 1659 to feed with too little food
underfinanced
adjective Date: 1922 inadequately financed
underfoot
adverb Date: 13th century 1. under the foot especially against the ground 2. below, at, or before one's feet 3. in the way
underfund
transitive verb Date: 1963 to provide insufficient funds for
underfur
noun Date: 1877 an undercoat of fur especially when thick and soft
undergarment
noun Date: 1530 a garment to be worn under another
undergird
transitive verb Date: 1526 1. archaic to make secure underneath 2. to form the basis or foundation of ; strengthen, support
underglaze
adjective Date: 1879 applied or suitable for applying before the glaze is put on • underglaze noun
undergo
transitive verb (underwent; undergone; undergoing) Date: 14th century 1. to submit to ; endure 2. to go through ; experience 3. obsolete undertake 4. obsolete to ...
undergrad
noun Date: 1827 undergraduate
undergraduate
noun Date: 1630 a student at a college or university who has not received a first and especially a bachelor's degree • undergraduate adjective
underground
I. adverb Date: 14th century 1. beneath the surface of the earth 2. in or into hiding or secret operation II. noun Date: 1594 1. a subterranean space or channel 2. an ...
Underground Railroad
noun Date: 1842 a system of cooperation among active antislavery people in the United States before 1863 by which fugitive slaves were secretly helped to reach the North or ...
Underground Railway
noun see Underground Railroad
undergrounder
noun Date: 1882 a member of the underground
undergrowth
noun Date: 1600 low growth on the floor of a forest including seedlings and saplings, shrubs, and herbs
underhand
I. adverb Date: 1538 1. a. in a clandestine manner b. archaic in a quiet or unobtrusive manner 2. with an underhand motion II. adjective Date: 1592 1. ...
underhanded
I. adverb Date: circa 1822 underhand II. adjective Date: 1853 marked by secrecy, chicanery, and deception ; not honest and aboveboard ; sly Synonyms: see secret • ...
underhandedly
adverb see underhanded II
underhandedness
noun see underhanded II
underinflated
adjective Date: 1928 not sufficiently inflated • underinflation noun
underinflation
noun see underinflated
underinsured
adjective Date: 1893 not sufficiently insured
underinvestment
noun Date: 1940 an insufficient amount of investment
underlaid
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. laid or placed underneath 2. having something laid or lying underneath
underlay
I. transitive verb (underlaid; -laying) Date: before 12th century 1. to cover, line, or traverse the bottom of ; give support to on the underside or below 2. to raise or ...
underlayment
noun Date: 1949 underlay
underlet
transitive verb (-let; -letting) Date: 1677 1. to let below the real value 2. sublet
underlie
transitive verb (underlay; underlain; underlying) Date: before 12th century 1. archaic to be subject or amenable to 2. to lie or be situated under 3. to be at the basis of ...
underline
I. transitive verb Date: 1721 1. to mark (as a word) with a line underneath 2. to put emphasis on ; stress 3. to show clearly or emphatically II. noun Date: 1886 1. ...
underling
noun Date: 12th century one who is under the orders of another ; subordinate, inferior
underlip
noun Date: 1580 the lower lip
underlying
adjective Date: 1611 1. a. lying beneath or below b. basic, fundamental 2. evident only on close inspection ; implicit 3. anterior and prior in claim 4. of ...
underlyingly
adverb Date: 1973 in deep structure
undermanned
adjective Date: 1848 inadequately staffed
undermine
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to excavate the earth beneath ; form a mine under ; sap 2. to wash away supporting material from under 3. to subvert or weaken ...
undermost
adjective Date: 1532 lowest in relative position • undermost adverb
underneath
I. preposition Etymology: Middle English undernethe, preposition & adverb, from Old English underneothan, from under + neothan below — more at beneath Date: before 12th ...
undernourished
adjective Date: 1910 1. supplied with less than the minimum amount of the foods essential for sound health and growth 2. poorly supplied with vital elements or qualities ...
undernourishment
noun see undernourished
undernutrition
noun Date: 1876 deficient bodily nutrition due to inadequate food intake or faulty assimilation
underpainting
noun Date: 1866 preliminary painting; especially such painting done on a canvas or panel and covered completely or partially by the final layers of paint
underpants
noun plural Date: 1925 a usually short undergarment for the lower torso ; drawers
underpart
noun Date: 1613 1. a part lying on the lower side (as of a bird or mammal) 2. a subordinate or auxiliary part or role
underpass
noun Date: 1903 a crossing of a highway and another way (as a road or railroad) at different levels; also the lower level of such a crossing
underpay
transitive verb (underpaid; -paying) Date: 1817 to pay less than what is normal or required • underpayment noun
underpayment
noun see underpay
underpin
transitive verb Date: 1522 1. support, substantiate 2. to form part of, strengthen, or replace the foundation of
underpinning
noun Date: 15th century 1. the material and construction (as a foundation) used for support of a structure 2. something that serves as a foundation ; basis, support — ...
underplant
transitive verb Date: 1891 to fill around, under, or among with lower-growing plants
underplay
Date: 1833 intransitive verb to play a role with subdued force transitive verb 1. to act or present (as a role or a scene) with restraint ; play down 2. to play a ...
underplot
noun Date: 1668 subplot 1
underpopulated
adjective Date: 1869 having a lower density of population than is normal or desirable
underpowered
adjective Date: 1905 1. driven by an engine of insufficient power 2. having or supplied with insufficient power
underprepared
adjective Date: 1964 inadequately prepared
underprice
transitive verb Date: 1756 1. to price below what is normal or below the real value 2. to undercut (a competitor) in prices
underprivileged
adjective Date: 1896 1. deprived through social or economic condition of some of the fundamental rights of all members of a civilized society 2. of or relating to ...
underproduction
noun Date: 1887 the production of less than enough to satisfy the demand or of less than the usual amount
underpublicized
adjective Date: 1966 insufficiently publicized
underrate
transitive verb Date: 1632 to rate too low ; undervalue
underreact
intransitive verb Date: 1965 to react with less than appropriate force or intensity
underreport
transitive verb Date: 1949 to report to be less than is actually the case ; understate
underrepresentation
noun see underrepresented
underrepresented
adjective Date: 1853 inadequately represented • underrepresentation noun
underrun
I. transitive verb (underran; -run; -running) Date: 1547 1. to pass along under in order to examine (a cable) 2. to pass or extend under II. noun Date: 1926 the amount by ...
undersaturated
adjective Date: circa 1828 less than normally or adequately saturated
underscore
I. transitive verb Date: 1771 1. to draw a line under ; underline 2. to make evident ; emphasize, stress 3. to provide (action on film) with accompanying music II. noun ...
undersea
I. adjective Date: 1613 1. being or carried on under the sea or under the surface of the sea 2. designed for use under the surface of the sea II. adverb or underseas ...
underseas
adverb see undersea II
undersecretary
noun Date: 1687 a secretary immediately subordinate to a principal secretary
undersell
transitive verb (undersold; -selling) Date: 1622 1. to sell articles cheaper than 2. to sell cheaper than
underserved
adjective Date: 1710 provided with inadequate service
undersexed
adjective Date: 1931 deficient in sexual desire
undershirt
noun Date: 1648 a collarless undergarment with or without sleeves • undershirted adjective
undershirted
adjective see undershirt
undershoot
transitive verb (undershot; -shooting) Date: circa 1661 1. to shoot short of or below (a target) 2. to fall short of (a runway) in landing an airplane
undershorts
noun plural Date: 1944 underpants for men or boys
undershot
adjective Date: 1610 1. moved by water passing beneath 2. having the lower incisor teeth or lower jaw projecting beyond the upper when the mouth is closed
undershrub
noun Date: 1598 subshrub
underside
noun Date: 1660 1. the side or surface lying underneath 2. a side usually hidden from sight; specifically the more unpleasant or reprehensible side
undersigned
noun (plural undersigned) Date: 1643 one whose name is signed at the end of a document
undersize
adjective see undersized
undersized
also undersize adjective Date: 1706 of a size less than is common, proper, normal, or average
underskirt
noun Date: 1832 a skirt worn under an outer skirt; especially petticoat
underslung
adjective Date: 1903 1. of a vehicle frame suspended below the axles 2. having a low center of gravity
underspin
noun Date: 1901 backspin
understaffed
adjective Date: 1891 inadequately staffed • understaffing noun
understaffing
noun see understaffed
understand
verb (understood; -standing) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English understandan, from under + standan to stand Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to ...
understandability
noun see understand
understandable
adjective see understand
understandably
adverb Date: circa 1921 as can be easily understood ; for understandable reasons
understanding
I. noun Date: before 12th century 1. a mental grasp ; comprehension 2. a. the power of comprehending; especially the capacity to apprehend general relations of ...
understandingly
adverb see understanding II
understate
transitive verb Date: 1824 1. to represent as less than is the case 2. to state or present with restraint especially for effect • understatement noun
understated
adjective Date: circa 1909 avoiding obvious emphasis or embellishment • understatedly adverb
understatedly
adverb see understated
understatement
noun see understate
understeer
noun Date: 1936 the tendency of an automobile to turn less sharply than the driver intends • understeer intransitive verb
understood
adjective Date: 1605 1. fully apprehended 2. agreed upon 3. implicit
understory
noun Date: 1902 1. an underlying layer of vegetation; specifically the vegetative layer and especially the trees and shrubs between the forest canopy and the ground cover ...
understrapper
noun Etymology: 3under + strapper one who harnesses horses Date: circa 1704 a petty agent or subordinate ; underling
understrength
adjective Date: 1925 deficient in strength; especially lacking sufficient or prescribed personnel
understudy
I. Date: 1874 intransitive verb to study another actor's part in order to substitute in an emergency transitive verb to prepare (as a part) as understudy; also to ...
undersupply
noun Date: 1840 an inadequate supply or amount
undersurface
I. noun Date: 1733 underside II. adjective Date: circa 1934 existing or moving below the surface
undertake
verb (undertook; undertaken; -taking) Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to take upon oneself ; set about ; attempt 2. to put oneself under obligation to perform; ...
undertaker
noun Date: 15th century 1. one that undertakes ; one that takes the risk and management of business ; entrepreneur 2. one whose business is to prepare the dead for burial ...
undertaking
noun Date: 14th century 1. a. the act of one who undertakes or engages in a project or business b. the business of an undertaker 2. something undertaken ; enterprise ...
undertenant
noun Date: 1546 one who holds lands or tenements by a sublease
underthrow
transitive verb Date: 1963 to throw (a ball or pass) short of the intended receiver in football; also to throw a pass short of
underthrust
transitive verb (-thrust; -thrusting) Date: 1893 to insert (a faulted rock mass) into position under a passive rock mass
undertone
noun Date: 1806 1. a low or subdued utterance or accompanying sound 2. a quality (as of emotion) underlying the surface of an utterance or action 3. a subdued color; ...
undertow
noun Date: 1817 1. the current beneath the surface that sets seaward or along the beach when waves are breaking upon the shore 2. an underlying current, force, or tendency ...
undertreat
transitive verb Date: 1908 to treat inadequately
undertrick
noun Date: 1903 any of the tricks by which a declarer in bridge falls short of making the contract
underused
adjective Date: 1960 not fully used ; having more potential than is currently being realized or utilized
underutilization
noun see underutilize
underutilize
transitive verb Date: 1951 to utilize less than fully or below the potential use • underutilization noun
undervaluation
noun Date: 1629 1. the act of undervaluing 2. a value below the real worth
undervalue
transitive verb Date: 1599 1. to value, rate, or estimate below the real worth 2. to treat as having little value
underwater
adjective Date: 1627 1. lying, growing, worn, performed, or operating below the surface of the water 2. being below the waterline of a ship • underwater adverb
underway
adjective Date: 1743 occurring, performed, or used while traveling or in motion
underwear
noun Date: 1870 clothing or an article of clothing worn next to the skin and under other clothing
underweight
I. noun Date: 1596 weight below normal, average, or requisite weight II. adjective Date: 1675 weighing less than the normal or requisite amount
underwhelm
transitive verb Etymology: under + overwhelm Date: 1949 to fail to impress or stimulate
underwing
I. noun Date: 1535 1. one of the posterior wings of an insect 2. any of various noctuid moths (especially genus Catocala) that have the hind wings banded with contrasting ...
underwing moth
noun see underwing I
underwire
noun Date: 1973 a wire running through the bottom edge of a brassiere to aid in support
underwood
noun Date: 14th century undergrowth, underbrush
underwool
noun Date: 1939 short woolly underfur
underworld
noun Date: 1598 1. the place of departed souls ; Hades 2. archaic earth 3. the side of the earth opposite to one ; antipodes 4. a social sphere below the level of ...
underwrite
verb (underwrote; underwritten; underwriting) Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to write under or at the end of something else 2. to set one's name to (an insurance ...
underwriter
noun Date: 1622 1. one that underwrites ; guarantor 2. a. one that underwrites a policy of insurance ; insurer b. one who selects risks to be solicited or rates the ...
undescended
adjective Date: 1701 retained within the inguinal region rather than descending into the scrotum
undesigning
adjective Date: 1681 having no ulterior or fraudulent purpose ; sincere
undesirability
noun see undesirable I
undesirable
I. adjective Date: 1667 not desirable ; unwanted • undesirability noun • undesirableness noun • undesirably adverb II. noun Date: 1883 one that is undesirable
undesirableness
noun see undesirable I
undesirably
adverb see undesirable I
undeviating
adjective Date: 1732 keeping a true course ; unswerving • undeviatingly adverb
undeviatingly
adverb see undeviating
undies
noun plural Etymology: by shortening & alteration Date: 1900 underwear; especially women's underwear
undine
noun Etymology: New Latin undina, from Latin unda wave — more at water Date: 1819 an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus inhabiting water ; water nymph
undiplomatic
adjective Date: circa 1828 not diplomatic; especially tactless • undiplomatically adverb
undiplomatically
adverb see undiplomatic
undirected
adjective Date: 1596 not directed ; not planned or guided
undisguised
adjective Date: 15th century not disguised or concealed • undisguisedly adverb
undisguisedly
adverb see undisguised

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