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undissociated
adjective Date: 1899 not electrolytically dissociated
undo
verb (undid; undone; undoing) Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to open or loose by releasing a fastening 2. to make of no effect or as if not done ; make null ...
undock
Date: 1750 intransitive verb to move away from a dock (as at sailing time) transitive verb uncouple
undocumented
adjective Date: 1867 not documented: as a. not supported by documentary evidence b. lacking documents required for legal immigration or residence
undoer
noun see undo
undogmatic
adjective Date: 1857 not dogmatic ; not committed to dogma • undogmatically adverb
undogmatically
adverb see undogmatic
undoing
noun Date: 14th century 1. an act of loosening ; unfastening 2. ruin; also a cause of ruin 3. annulment, reversal
undone
adjective Date: 14th century not done ; not performed or finished
undouble
verb Date: circa 1611 unfold, unclench
undoubled
adjective Date: 1598 not doubled
undoubted
adjective Date: 15th century not doubted ; genuine, undisputed • undoubtedly adverb
undoubtedly
adverb see undoubted
undramatic
adjective Date: 1754 lacking dramatic force or quality ; unspectacular • undramatically adverb
undramatically
adverb see undramatic
undrape
transitive verb Date: 1814 to strip of drapery ; unveil
undraw
transitive verb (undrew; undrawn; -drawing) Date: 1671 to draw aside (as a curtain) ; open
undreamed
also undreamt adjective Date: 1611 not dreamed ; not thought of ; unimagined
undreamt
adjective see undreamed
undress
I. Date: 1596 transitive verb 1. to remove the clothes or covering of ; divest, strip 2. expose, reveal intransitive verb to take off one's clothes ; disrobe II. ...
undressed
adjective Date: 1535 not dressed: as a. partially, improperly, or informally clothed b. not fully processed or finished c. not cared for or tended
undrinkable
adjective Date: 1611 unsuitable or unpleasant to drink
undrunk
adjective Date: 1637 not swallowed
Undset
biographical name Sigrid 1882-1949 Norwegian novelist
undue
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not due ; not yet payable 2. exceeding or violating propriety or fitness ; excessive
undulant
adjective Date: 1822 1. rising and falling in waves 2. having a wavy form, outline, or surface
undulant fever
noun Date: 1896 a persistent human brucellosis marked especially by remittent fever, weakness, headache, chills, and weight loss and contracted by contact with infected ...
undulate
I. adjective or undulated Etymology: Latin undulatus, from *undula, diminutive of unda wave — more at water Date: 1658 having a wavy surface, edge, or markings II. ...
undulated
adjective see undulate I
undulation
noun Date: 1646 1. a. a rising and falling in waves b. a wavelike motion to and fro in a fluid or elastic medium propagated continuously among its particles but with ...
undulatory
adjective Date: 1728 of or relating to undulation ; moving in or resembling waves ; undulating
undulatory theory
noun Date: circa 1828 wave theory
unduly
adverb Date: 14th century in an undue manner ; excessively
undutiful
adjective Date: 1582 not dutiful • undutifully adverb • undutifulness noun
undutifully
adverb see undutiful
undutifulness
noun see undutiful
undying
adjective Date: 14th century not dying ; immortal, perpetual
unearned
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not gained by labor, service, or skill 2. scored as a result of an error by the opposing team
unearned increment
noun Date: 1871 an increase in the value of property (as land) that is due to no labor or expenditure of the owner but to causes (as the increase of population) that create an ...
unearth
transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to dig up out of or as if out of the earth ; exhume 2. to make known or public ; bring to light Synonyms: see discover
unearthliness
noun see unearthly
unearthly
adjective Date: 1611 not earthly: as a. not mundane ; ideal b. not terrestrial c. preternatural, supernatural d. weird, eerie e. absurd, ungodly • ...
unease
noun Date: 14th century mental or spiritual discomfort: as a. vague dissatisfaction ; misgiving b. anxiety, disquiet c. lack of ease (as in social relations) ; ...
uneasily
adverb Date: 14th century in an uneasy manner
uneasiness
noun see uneasy I
uneasy
I. adjective Date: 14th century 1. causing physical or mental discomfort 2. not easy ; difficult 3. marked by lack of ease ; awkward, embarrassed 4. apprehensive, ...
uneconomic
or uneconomical adjective Date: 1840 not economically practicable ; also costly, wasteful
uneconomical
adjective see uneconomic
unedited
adjective Date: 1829 not edited: as a. left unrevised b. not yet edited
unemotional
adjective Date: 1876 not emotional: as a. not easily aroused or excited ; cold b. involving a minimum of emotion ; intellectual • unemotionally adverb
unemotionally
adverb see unemotional
unemployability
noun see unemployable
unemployable
adjective Date: 1887 not acceptable for employment • unemployability noun • unemployable noun
unemployed
adjective Date: 15th century not employed: a. not being used b. not engaged in a gainful occupation c. not invested • unemployed noun
unemployment
noun Date: 1888 1. the state of being unemployed ; involuntary idleness of workers; also the rate of such unemployment 2. unemployment compensation
unemployment benefit
noun see unemployment compensation
unemployment compensation
noun Date: 1944 compensation paid at regular intervals (as by a government agency) to an unemployed worker and especially one who has been laid off — called also ...
unemployment insurance
noun Date: 1923 social insurance against involuntary unemployment that provides unemployment compensation for a limited period to unemployed workers; also unemployment ...
unencumbered
adjective Date: 1722 free of encumbrance
unending
adjective Date: 1661 never ending ; endless • unendingly adverb
unendingly
adverb see unending
unequal
I. adjective Date: 1565 1. a. not of the same measurement, quantity, or number as another b. not like or not the same as another in degree, worth, or status 2. not ...
unequaled
or unequalled adjective Date: 1600 not equaled ; unparalleled
unequalled
adjective see unequaled
unequally
adverb see unequal I
unequivocably
adverb Etymology: by alteration Date: 1917 nonstandard unequivocally
unequivocal
adjective Date: 1784 1. leaving no doubt ; clear, unambiguous 2. unquestionable
unequivocally
adverb Date: 1794 in an unequivocal manner
unerring
adjective Date: 1621 committing no error ; faultless, unfailing • unerringly adverb
unerringly
adverb see unerring
UNESCO
abbreviation United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization
unessential
adjective Date: circa 1656 1. not essential ; dispensable, unimportant 2. archaic void of essence ; insubstantial
uneven
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. a. archaic unequal 1a b. odd 3a 2. a. not even ; not level or smooth ; rugged, ragged b. varying from the straight or ...
unevenly
adverb see uneven
unevenness
noun see uneven
uneventful
adjective Date: 1800 marked by no noteworthy or untoward incidents ; placid • uneventfully adverb • uneventfulness noun
uneventfully
adverb see uneventful
uneventfulness
noun see uneventful
unevolved
adjective Date: circa 1775 not evolved: as a. not fully developed b. lacking cultural refinement ; unenlightened
unexampled
adjective Date: 1610 having no example or parallel ; unprecedented
unexceptionable
adjective Etymology: un- + obsolete exception to take exception, object Date: 1664 not open to objection or criticism ; beyond reproach ; unimpeachable • ...
unexceptionableness
noun see unexceptionable
unexceptionably
adverb see unexceptionable
unexceptional
adjective Date: 1806 not out of the ordinary ; commonplace
unexercised
adjective Date: 14th century 1. having terms that are not implemented 2. not subjected to exercise
unexpected
adjective Date: circa 1586 not expected ; unforeseen • unexpectedly adverb • unexpectedness noun
unexpectedly
adverb see unexpected
unexpectedness
noun see unexpected
unexploited
adjective Date: 1888 not exploited or developed ; not taken advantage of
unexpressive
adjective Date: 1600 1. obsolete ineffable 2. not expressive ; failing to convey the feeling or meaning intended
unfading
adjective Date: 1652 1. not losing color or freshness 2. not losing value or effectiveness • unfadingly adverb
unfadingly
adverb see unfading
unfailing
adjective Date: 14th century not failing or liable to fail: a. constant, unflagging b. everlasting, inexhaustible c. infallible, sure • unfailingly adverb
unfailingly
adverb see unfailing
unfair
adjective Date: 1700 1. marked by injustice, partiality, or deception ; unjust 2. not equitable in business dealings • unfairness noun
unfairly
adverb Date: 1713 in an unfair manner
unfairness
noun see unfair
unfaith
noun Date: 15th century absence of faith ; disbelief
unfaithful
adjective Date: 15th century not faithful: a. not adhering to vows, allegiance, or duty ; disloyal b. not faithful to marriage vows c. inaccurate, untrustworthy ...
unfaithfully
adverb see unfaithful
unfaithfulness
noun see unfaithful
unfallen
adjective Date: 1653 not morally fallen ; innocent 1a
unfalsifiable
adjective Date: circa 1934 not capable of being proved false
unfaltering
adjective Date: 1727 not wavering or weakening ; firm • unfalteringly adverb
unfalteringly
adverb see unfaltering
unfamiliar
adjective Date: 1594 not familiar: a. not well-known ; strange b. not well acquainted • unfamiliarity noun • unfamiliarly adverb
unfamiliarity
noun see unfamiliar
unfamiliarly
adverb see unfamiliar
unfashionable
adjective Date: 1648 1. not in keeping with the current fashion 2. not favored socially • unfashionableness noun • unfashionably adverb
unfashionableness
noun see unfashionable
unfashionably
adverb see unfashionable
unfasten
transitive verb Date: 14th century to make loose: as a. unpin, unbuckle b. undo c. detach
unfathered
adjective Date: 1597 1. having no father ; illegitimate, bastard 2. having no known origin
unfathomable
adjective Date: 1640 not capable of being fathomed: a. immeasurable b. impossible to comprehend
unfavorable
adjective Date: 1548 1. a. opposed, contrary b. expressing disapproval ; negative 2. not propitious ; disadvantageous 3. not pleasing • unfavorableness ...
unfavorableness
noun see unfavorable
unfavorably
adverb see unfavorable
unfavorite
adjective Date: circa 1934 not being a favorite; especially being regarded with special disfavor or dislike
unfazed
adjective Date: 1945 not fazed ; undaunted
unfeeling
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. devoid of feeling ; insensate 2. devoid of kindness or sympathy ; hardhearted, cruel • unfeelingly adverb • unfeelingness ...
unfeelingly
adverb see unfeeling
unfeelingness
noun see unfeeling
unfeigned
adjective Date: 14th century not feigned or hypocritical ; genuine Synonyms: see sincere • unfeignedly adverb
unfeignedly
adverb see unfeigned
unfetter
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to free from fetters 2. emancipate, liberate
unfettered
adjective Date: 1601 free, unrestrained
unfilial
adjective Date: 1611 not observing the obligations of a child to a parent ; undutiful • unfilially adverb
unfilially
adverb see unfilial
unfiltered
adjective Date: circa 1775 1. not filtered ; also not modified, processed, or refined 2. lacking a filter
unfindable
adjective Date: 1791 not capable of being found
unfinished
adjective Date: 1539 not finished: a. not brought to an end or to the desired final state b. being in a rough state ; unpolished c. subjected to no other processes ...
unfit
I. adjective Date: 1545 not fit: a. not adapted to a purpose ; unsuitable b. not qualified ; incapable, incompetent c. physically or mentally unsound • unfitly ...
unfitly
adverb see unfit I
unfitness
noun see unfit I
unfitted
adjective Date: 1592 not adapted ; unqualified
unfitting
adjective Date: 15th century not fitting ; unsuitable
unfix
transitive verb Date: 1597 1. to loosen from a fastening ; detach, disengage 2. to make unstable ; unsettle
unflagging
adjective Date: 1715 1. not flagging ; tireless 2. unrelenting 2 • unflaggingly adverb
unflaggingly
adverb see unflagging
unflappability
noun see unflappable
unflappable
adjective Etymology: 1un- + 1flap (state of excitement) + -able Date: 1954 marked by assurance and self-control • unflappability noun • unflappably adverb
unflappably
adverb see unflappable
unflattering
adjective Date: 1581 not flattering ; especially unfavorable • unflatteringly adverb
unflatteringly
adverb see unflattering
unfledged
adjective Date: 1602 1. not feathered ; not ready for flight 2. not fully developed ; immature
unflinching
adjective Date: 1728 not flinching or shrinking ; steadfast, uncompromising • unflinchingly adverb
unflinchingly
adverb see unflinching
unfocused
also unfocussed adjective Date: 1886 1. not adjusted to a focus 2. not concentrated on one point or objective
unfocussed
adjective see unfocused
unfold
Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to open the folds of ; spread or straighten out ; expand b. to remove (as a package) from the folds ; unwrap 2. ...
unfolded
adjective Date: 1683 not folded
unfoldment
noun see unfold
unforgettable
adjective Date: 1806 incapable of being forgotten ; memorable • unforgettably adverb
unforgettably
adverb see unforgettable
unforgiving
adjective Date: 1713 1. unwilling or unable to forgive 2. having or making no allowance for error or weakness • unforgivingness noun
unforgivingness
noun see unforgiving
unformed
adjective Date: 14th century not arranged in regular shape, order, or relations; especially immature, undeveloped
unfortunate
I. adjective Date: 15th century 1. a. not favored by fortune ; unsuccessful, unlucky b. marked or accompanied by or resulting in misfortune 2. a. infelicitous, ...
unfortunately
adverb Date: circa 1548 1. in an unfortunate manner 2. it is unfortunate
unfounded
adjective Date: 1648 lacking a sound basis ; groundless, unwarranted
unfreeze
transitive verb (unfroze; unfrozen; -freezing) Date: 1584 1. to cause to thaw 2. to remove from a freeze
unfrequented
adjective Date: 1588 not often visited or traveled over
unfriended
adjective Date: 1513 having no friends ; not befriended
unfriendliness
noun Date: circa 1684 the quality or state of being unfriendly ; hostility
unfriendly
adjective Date: 15th century not friendly: as a. hostile, unsympathetic b. inhospitable, unfavorable
unfrock
transitive verb Date: 1644 defrock
unfrozen
adjective Date: 1596 not frozen
unfruitful
adjective Date: 14th century not fruitful: as a. not producing offspring ; barren b. yielding no valuable result ; unprofitable • unfruitfully adverb • ...
unfruitfully
adverb see unfruitful
unfruitfulness
noun see unfruitful
unfunded
adjective Date: circa 1775 1. not funded ; floating 2. not provided with funds
unfurl
Date: 1641 transitive verb to release from a furled state intransitive verb to open out from or as if from a furled state ; unfold
unfussily
adverb see unfussy
unfussy
adjective Date: 1823 not fussy: as a. not particular ; unconcerned b. not cluttered with pretentious or nonessential matters ; uncomplicated • unfussily adverb
ungainliness
noun see ungainly
ungainly
adjective Etymology: obsolete gain direct, from Middle English gayn, geyn, from Old English gēn, from Old Norse gegn, from gegn, preposition, against; akin to Old English ...
Ungava
geographical name region Canada N of the Eastmain & W of Labrador including Ungava Peninsula, divided between Quebec & NL — see New Quebec
Ungava Bay
geographical name inlet of Hudson Strait Canada in N Quebec
Ungava Peninsula
geographical name peninsula Canada in N Quebec between Hudson Bay & Ungava Bay
ungenerosity
noun Date: 1757 lack of generosity
ungenerous
adjective Date: 1641 not generous: a. petty, mean b. deficient in liberality ; stingy • ungenerously adverb
ungenerously
adverb see ungenerous
ungird
transitive verb Date: before 12th century to divest of a restraining band or girdle ; unbind
ungirt
adjective Date: 14th century 1. having the belt or girdle off or loose 2. lacking in discipline or compactness ; loose, slack
unglue
transitive verb Date: circa 1548 to separate by or as if by dissolving an adhesive
unglued
adjective Date: 1922 upset, disordered — usually used with come
ungodliness
noun Date: 1526 the quality or state of being ungodly
ungodly
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. denying or disobeying God ; impious, irreligious b. contrary to moral law ; sinful, wicked 2. outrageous
ungot
adjective see ungotten
ungotten
or ungot adjective Date: 15th century 1. obsolete not begotten 2. not obtained
ungovernable
adjective Date: 1673 not capable of being governed, guided, or restrained Synonyms: see unruly
ungracious
adjective Date: 13th century 1. archaic wicked 2. not courteous ; rude 3. not pleasing ; disagreeable • ungraciously adverb • ungraciousness noun
ungraciously
adverb see ungracious
ungraciousness
noun see ungracious
ungrammatical
adjective Date: 1654 not following rules of grammar • ungrammaticality noun
ungrammaticality
noun see ungrammatical
ungrateful
adjective Date: 1533 1. showing no gratitude ; making a poor return 2. disagreeable; also thankless • ungratefully adverb • ungratefulness noun
ungratefully
adverb see ungrateful
ungratefulness
noun see ungrateful
ungrudging
adjective Date: circa 1774 being without envy or reluctance • ungrudgingly adverb
ungrudgingly
adverb see ungrudging
ungual
adjective Etymology: Latin unguis nail, claw, hoof — more at nail Date: 1834 of, relating to, or resembling a nail, claw, or hoof
unguard
transitive verb Etymology: back-formation from unguarded Date: 1745 to leave unprotected
unguarded
adjective Date: circa 1593 1. vulnerable to attack ; unprotected 2. free from guile or wariness ; direct, incautious • unguardedly adverb • unguardedness noun
unguardedly
adverb see unguarded
unguardedness
noun see unguarded
unguent
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin unguentum — more at ointment Date: 15th century a soothing or healing salve ; ointment
ungulate
I. adjective Etymology: Late Latin ungulatus, from Latin ungula hoof, from unguis nail, hoof Date: 1839 1. having hooves 2. of or relating to the ungulates II. noun ...
unhair
transitive verb Date: 14th century archaic to deprive of hair
unhallow
transitive verb Date: 1535 archaic to make profane
unhallowed
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. not blessed ; unconsecrated, unholy 2. a. unsanctioned by or showing lack of reverence for religion ; impious, profane b. ...
unhand
transitive verb Date: 1602 to remove the hand from ; let go
unhandily
adverb see unhandy
unhandiness
noun see unhandy
unhandsome
adjective Date: 1530 not handsome: as a. not beautiful ; homely b. unbecoming, unseemly c. lacking in courtesy or taste ; rude • unhandsomely adverb
unhandsomely
adverb see unhandsome
unhandy
adjective Date: 1664 1. hard to handle ; inconvenient 2. lacking in skill or dexterity ; awkward • unhandily adverb • unhandiness noun
unhappily
adverb Date: 14th century 1. unfortunately 2 2. in an unhappy manner ; without pleasure
unhappiness
noun see unhappy
unhappy
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not fortunate ; unlucky 2. not cheerful or glad ; sad, wretched 3. a. causing or subject to misfortune ; inauspicious b. ...
unharness
transitive verb Date: 1562 to remove a harness from
unhealthily
adverb see unhealthy
unhealthiness
noun see unhealthy
unhealthy
adjective Date: 1595 1. not conducive to health 2. not in good health ; sickly, diseased 3. a. dangerous, risky b. bad, injurious c. morally contaminated ; ...
unheard
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. not perceived by the ear b. not given a hearing 2. archaic unheard-of
unheard-of
adjective Date: 1592 previously unknown; especially unprecedented
unhesitating
adjective Date: 1753 not hesitating ; not checked or qualified • unhesitatingly adverb
unhesitatingly
adverb see unhesitating
unhinge
transitive verb Date: 1612 1. to make unstable ; unsettle, disrupt 2. to remove (as a door) from the hinges
unhinged
adjective Date: 1652 upset, unglued; especially mentally deranged
unhitch
transitive verb Date: 1706 to free from or as if from being hitched
unholiness
noun see unholy
unholy
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. showing disregard for what is holy ; wicked 2. deserving of censure 3. very unpleasant ; god-awful • unholiness noun
unhood
transitive verb Date: 13th century to remove a hood or covering from
unhook
transitive verb Date: 1611 1. to remove from a hook 2. to unfasten by disengaging a hook 3. to free from a habit or dependency
unhoped
adjective Date: 14th century archaic not hoped for or expected
unhorse
transitive verb Date: 14th century to dislodge from or as if from a horse
unhouseled
adjective Date: 1532 archaic not having received the Eucharist especially shortly before death
unhurried
adjective Date: circa 1774 not hurried ; leisurely • unhurriedly adverb
unhurriedly
adverb see unhurried
uni-
prefix Etymology: Latin, from unus — more at one one ; single
unialgal
adjective Date: 1914 of, relating to, or derived from a single algal individual or cell
Uniat
noun see Uniate
Uniate
or Uniat noun Etymology: Ukrainian uniat, uniyat one in favor of the union of the Greek and Roman Catholic churches, from uniya union, from Polish unija, from Late Latin unio ...
uniaxial
adjective Date: circa 1828 1. having only one axis 2. of or relating to only one axis
unicameral
adjective Etymology: uni- + Late Latin camera room, chamber — more at chamber Date: 1853 having or consisting of a single legislative chamber • unicamerally adverb
unicamerally
adverb see unicameral
UNICEF
abbreviation Etymology: United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, its former name United Nations Children's Fund
unicellular
adjective Date: 1858 having or consisting of a single cell
unicorn
noun Etymology: Middle English unicorne, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin unicornis, from Latin, having one horn, from uni- + cornu horn — more at horn Date: 13th century ...
unicorn plant
noun Date: 1847 devil's claw
unicycle
noun Etymology: uni- + -cycle (as in tricycle) Date: 1869 a vehicle that has a single wheel and is usually propelled by pedals • unicyclist noun
unicyclist
noun see unicycle
unidimensional
adjective Date: 1883 one-dimensional • unidimensionality noun
unidimensionality
noun see unidimensional
unidirectional
adjective Date: 1883 1. involving, functioning, moving, or responsive in a single direction 2. not subject to change or reversal of direction • unidirectionally adverb
unidirectional current
noun Date: 1883 direct current
unidirectionally
adverb see unidirectional
unifiable
adjective see unify
unification
noun Date: 1851 the act, process, or result of unifying ; the state of being unified
unifier
noun see unify
unifoliate
adjective Etymology: uni- + Latin folium leaf — more at blade Date: 1849 1. having only one leaf 2. unifoliolate
unifoliolate
adjective Etymology: uni- + Late Latin foliolum leaflet, diminutive of Latin folium leaf Date: circa 1859 of a leaf compound but having only a single leaflet and ...
Uniform
Date: 1956 — a communications code word for the letter u
uniform
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English uniforme, from Middle French, from Latin uniformis, from uni- + -formis -form Date: 15th century 1. having always the same form, ...

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