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uniform resource locator
noun Date: 1993 URL
uniformitarian
noun Date: 1840 1. an adherent of the doctrine of uniformitarianism 2. an advocate of uniformity • uniformitarian adjective
uniformitarianism
noun Date: 1865 a geological doctrine that processes acting in the same manner as at present and over long spans of time are sufficient to account for all current geological ...
uniformity
noun (plural -ties) Date: 15th century 1. the quality or state of being uniform 2. an instance of uniformity
uniformly
adverb see uniform I
uniformness
noun see uniform I
unify
transitive verb (-fied; -fying) Etymology: Late Latin unificare, from Latin uni- + -ficare -fy Date: 1502 to make into a unit or a coherent whole ; unite • unifiable ...
unilateral
adjective Date: 1802 1. a. done or undertaken by one person or party b. of, relating to, or affecting one side of a subject ; one-sided c. constituting or relating to ...
unilateralism
noun Date: 1926 a policy of taking unilateral action (as in international affairs) regardless of outside support or reciprocity; also advocacy of such a policy • ...
unilateralist
noun or adjective see unilateralism
unilaterally
adverb see unilateral
unilineal
adjective Date: 1935 tracing descent through either the maternal or paternal line only
unilinear
adjective Date: 1910 developing in or involving a series of stages usually from the primitive to the more advanced
unilingual
adjective Etymology: uni- + Latin lingua tongue, language — more at tongue Date: 1866 composed in or using one language only
unillusioned
adjective Date: 1926 free from illusion
unilocular
adjective Date: 1753 containing a single cavity
unimaginable
adjective Date: 1611 not imaginable or comprehensible • unimaginably adverb
unimaginably
adverb see unimaginable
Unimak
geographical name island SW Alaska in Fox Islands
unimpeachable
adjective Date: 1784 not impeachable: as a. reliable beyond a doubt b. not liable to accusation ; irreproachable • unimpeachably adverb
unimpeachably
adverb see unimpeachable
unimproved
I. adjective Date: 1602 obsolete not reproved or admonished II. adjective Date: 1665 not improved: as a. not tilled, built on, or otherwise improved for use b. not ...
uninhibited
adjective Date: 1880 free from inhibition ; also boisterously informal • uninhibitedly adverb • uninhibitedness noun
uninhibitedly
adverb see uninhibited
uninhibitedness
noun see uninhibited
uninitiate
adjective Date: 1801 not initiated ; inexperienced • uninitiate noun
uninstall
transitive verb Date: 1985 to remove (software) from a computer system especially by using a specially designed program
uninterest
noun Date: 1890 lack of interest
uninterested
adjective Date: 1661 not interested ; not having the mind or feelings engaged Usage: see disinterested
uninucleate
adjective Date: 1885 having a single nucleus
union
I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin union-, unio oneness, union, from Latin unus one — more at one Date: 15th century 1. a. an act or ...
union card
noun Date: 1874 1. a card certifying personal membership in good standing in a labor union 2. something that resembles a union card especially in being necessary for ...
union church
noun Date: 1847 a local church uniting members of diverse denominational backgrounds in an interdenominational congregation
Union City
geographical name 1. city W California S of Oakland population 66,869 2. city NE New Jersey N of Jersey City population 67,088
union jack
noun Date: 1674 1. a jack consisting of the union of a national ensign 2. capitalized U&J the state flag of the United Kingdom consisting of the union of the British ...
Union of South Africa
geographical name — see south africa (Republic of)
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
or Soviet Union geographical name country 1922-91 E Europe & N Asia bordering on the Arctic & Pacific oceans & Baltic & Black seas; a union of 15 constituent republics capital ...
union shop
noun Date: 1904 an establishment in which the employer by agreement is free to hire nonmembers as well as members of the union but retains nonmembers on the payroll only on ...
union suit
noun Date: 1892 an undergarment with shirt and drawers in one piece
unionisation
British variant of unionization
unionise
British variant of unionize
unionism
noun Date: 1845 the principle or policy of forming or adhering to a union: as a. capitalized adherence to the policy of a firm federal union between the states of the ...
unionist
noun Date: 1799 an advocate or supporter of union or unionism
unionization
noun Date: 1896 1. the quality or state of being unionized 2. the action of unionizing
unionize
verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1890 transitive verb to organize into a labor union intransitive verb to form or join a labor union
unionized
adjective Date: 1900 characterized by the presence of labor unions
uniparental
adjective Date: 1900 having, involving, or derived from a single parent; specifically involving or being inheritance in which all or part of an offspring's genotype (as both ...
uniparentally
adverb see uniparental
unipolar
adjective Date: 1965 relating to, affected with, or being a manic-depressive disorder in which there is only a depressive phase
unique
adjective Etymology: French, from Latin unicus, from unus one — more at one Date: 1602 1. being the only one ; sole
uniquely
adverb see unique
uniqueness
noun see unique
unisex
I. noun Date: 1966 the state or condition of not being distinguishable (as by hair or clothing) as to sex II. adjective Date: 1968 1. not distinguishable as male or female ...
unisexual
adjective Date: circa 1802 1. of, relating to, or restricted to one sex: a. male or female but not hermaphroditic b. diclinous 2. unisex • unisexuality noun
unisexuality
noun see unisexual
unison
noun Etymology: Middle English unisoun, from Middle French unisson, from Medieval Latin unisonus having the same sound, from Latin uni- + sonus sound — more at sound Date: ...
unit
I. noun Etymology: back-formation from unity Date: 1570 1. a. the first and least natural number ; one b. a single quantity regarded as a whole in calculation 2. a ...
unit cell
noun Date: 1915 the simplest polyhedron that embodies all the structural characteristics of and by indefinite repetition makes up the lattice of a crystal
unit character
noun Date: 1902 a natural character inherited on an all-or-none basis; especially one dependent on the presence or absence of a single gene
unit circle
noun Date: 1955 a circle having a radius of 1
unit membrane
noun Date: 1959 the limiting membrane of cells and various organelles viewed formerly as a 3-layered structure with an inner lipid layer and two outer protein layers and ...
unit rule
noun Date: 1884 a rule under which a delegation to a national political convention casts its entire vote as a unit as determined by a majority vote
unit train
noun Date: 1964 a railway train that transports a single commodity directly from producer to consumer
unit trust
noun Date: 1936 1. British mutual fund 2. an investment company whose portfolio consists of long-term bonds that are held to maturity
unitage
noun Date: 1935 1. specifications of the amount constituting a unit 2. amount in units
unitard
noun Etymology: uni- + leotard Date: 1961 a close-fitting one-piece garment for the torso and legs and often for the arms and feet
unitarian
noun Etymology: New Latin unitarius, from Latin unitas unity Date: 1687 1. a. often capitalized one who believes that the deity exists only in one person b. capitalized ...
unitarianism
noun see unitarian
unitarily
adverb see unitary
unitary
adjective Date: 1861 1. a. of or relating to a unit b. based on or characterized by unity or units 2. having the character of a unit ; undivided, whole • unitarily ...
unite
I. verb (united; uniting) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French uniter, from Latin unitus, past participle of unire, from unus one — more at one Date: 15th century ...
united
adjective Date: circa 1552 1. made one ; combined 2. relating to or produced by joint action 3. being in agreement ; harmonious • unitedly adverb
United Arab Emirates
or formerly Trucial States or Trucial Oman geographical name country NE Arabia on Persian Gulf between Qatar & Oman; a republic composed of seven sheikhdoms (Abu Dhabi, ...
United Arab Republic
geographical name 1. former union of Egypt & Syria (1958-61) 2. Egypt — a former name (1961-71)
United Kingdom
geographical name 1. (or United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) country W Europe in British Isles comprising Great Britain & Northern Ireland capital London area ...
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
geographical name see United Kingdom 2
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
geographical name see United Kingdom 1
United Nations
geographical name political organization established 1945; headquarters in New York City in E central Manhattan overlooking East River — see Turtle Bay
United Nations Day
noun Date: 1947 October 24 observed in commemoration of the founding of the United Nations
United Provinces
or United Provinces of Agra and Oudh geographical name former province N India formed 1902 capital Allahabad; as Uttar Pradesh, became a state of India (republic) 1950
United Provinces of Agra and Oudh
geographical name see United Provinces
United States
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1617 a federation of states especially when forming a nation in a usually specified territory
United States of America
or United States geographical name country North America bordering on Atlantic, Pacific, & Arctic oceans; a federal republic capital Washington area 3,619,969 square miles ...
unitedly
adverb see united
uniter
noun see unite I
unitive
adjective Date: 15th century characterized by or tending to produce union
unitization
noun see unitize
unitize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Date: circa 1860 1. to form or convert into a unit 2. to divide into units • unitization noun
unitrust
noun Date: 1970 a trust from which the beneficiary receives annually a fixed percentage of the fair market value of its assets
units place
noun Date: 1674 the place just to the left of the decimal point in a number expressed in the Arabic system of writing numbers
unity
noun (plural -ties) Etymology: Middle English unite, from Anglo-French unité, from Latin unitat-, unitas, from unus one — more at one Date: 14th century 1. a. the ...
univ
abbreviation university
univalent
I. adjective Date: 1868 1. monovalent 1 2. being a chromosomal univalent II. noun Date: 1912 a chromosome that lacks a synaptic mate
univalve
noun Date: 1668 1. a mollusk with a shell consisting of one valve; especially gastropod 2. the shell of a univalve • univalve adjective
univariate
adjective Date: 1928 characterized by or depending on only one random variable
universal
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin universalis, from universum universe Date: 14th century 1. including or covering all or a whole ...
universal coupling
noun see universal joint
universal donor
noun Date: 1922 a person with blood group O blood which can be donated to any recipient; also the blood of such a person
universal grammar
noun Date: circa 1750 the study of general principles believed to underlie the grammatical phenomena of all languages; also such principles viewed as part of an innate human ...
universal joint
noun Date: 1676 a shaft coupling capable of transmitting rotation from one shaft to another not collinear with it — called also universal coupling
universal motor
noun Date: 1925 an electric motor that can be used on either an alternating or a direct current supply
Universal Product Code
noun Date: 1974 a combination of a bar code and numbers by which a scanner can identify a product and usually assign a price
universal recipient
noun Date: 1922 a person with blood group AB blood who can receive blood from any donor
universal resource locator
noun Date: 1993 URL
Universal Serial Bus
noun Date: 1994 USB
Universal time
noun Date: 1882 Greenwich mean time
universalism
noun Date: 1805 1. often capitalized a. a theological doctrine that all human beings will eventually be saved b. the principles and practices of a liberal Christian ...
universalist
noun or adjective see universalism
universalistic
adjective Date: 1872 of or relating to the whole ; universal in scope or nature
universality
noun Date: 14th century 1. the quality or state of being universal 2. universal comprehensiveness in range
universalization
noun see universalize
universalize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1642 to make universal ; generalize • universalization noun
universally
adverb see universal I
universalness
noun see universal I
universe
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Latin universum, from neuter of universus entire, whole, from uni- + versus turned toward, from past participle of vertere to turn — more ...
universe of discourse
Date: 1881 an inclusive class of entities that is tacitly implied or explicitly delineated as the subject of a statement, discourse, or theory
university
noun (plural -ties) Etymology: Middle English universite, from Anglo-French université, from Medieval Latin universitat-, universitas, from Latin universus Date: 14th century ...
University City
geographical name city E Missouri WNW of St. Louis population 37,428
University Park
geographical name city NE Texas within city of Dallas population 23,324
University Place
geographical name city W central Washington near Tacoma population 29,933
univocal
adjective Etymology: Late Latin univocus, from Latin uni- + voc-, vox voice — more at voice Date: 1599 1. having one meaning only 2. unambiguous • univocally adverb
univocally
adverb see univocal
unjust
adjective Date: 14th century 1. characterized by injustice ; unfair 2. archaic dishonest, faithless • unjustly adverb • unjustness noun
unjustly
adverb see unjust
unjustness
noun see unjust
unkempt
adjective Etymology: Middle English unkemd, unkempt, from un- + kembed, kempt, past participle of kemben to comb, from Old English cemban; akin to Old High German chempen to ...
unkenned
adjective Date: 14th century chiefly dialect unknown, strange
unkennel
transitive verb Date: 1575 1. a. to drive (as a fox) from a hiding place or den b. to free (dogs) from a kennel 2. to bring out into the open ; uncover
unkind
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not pleasing or mild ; inclement 2. lacking in kindness or sympathy ; harsh, cruel • unkindness noun
unkindliness
noun see unkindly I
unkindly
I. adjective Date: 13th century not kindly • unkindliness noun II. adverb Date: 14th century in an unkind manner
unkindness
noun see unkind
unkink
Date: 1891 transitive verb to free from kinks ; straighten intransitive verb to become lax or loose ; relax
unknit
verb (-knit or -knitted; -knitting) Date: before 12th century undo, unravel
unknowability
noun see unknowable
unknowable
adjective Date: 14th century not knowable; especially lying beyond the limits of human experience or understanding • unknowability noun
unknowing
I. adjective Date: 14th century not knowing • unknowingly adverb II. noun Date: 14th century ignorance
unknowingly
adverb see unknowing I
unknown
I. adjective Date: 14th century not known or not well-known; also having an unknown value II. noun Date: 1597 1. one that is not known or not well-known; especially a ...
Unknown Soldier
noun Date: 1923 an unidentified soldier whose body is selected to receive national honors as a representative of all of the same nation who died in a war and especially in one ...
unlace
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to loose by undoing a lacing 2. obsolete undo, disgrace
unlade
verb (-laded; -laded or unladen; -lading) Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to take the load or cargo from 2. discharge, unload intransitive verb to discharge ...
unlash
transitive verb Date: 1739 to untie the lashing of
unlatch
Date: 1642 transitive verb to open or loose by lifting the latch intransitive verb to become loosed or opened
unlawful
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not lawful ; illegal 2. not morally right or conventional • unlawfully adverb • unlawfulness noun
unlawfully
adverb see unlawful
unlawfulness
noun see unlawful
unlay
verb (unlaid; -laying) Date: 1726 transitive verb to untwist the strands of (as a rope) intransitive verb untwist
unleaded
adjective Date: circa 1891 1. not having leads between the lines in printing 2. not treated or mixed with lead or lead compounds
unlearn
transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to put out of one's knowledge or memory 2. to undo the effect of ; discard the habit of
unlearned
adjective Date: 14th century 1. possessing inadequate learning or education; especially deficient in scholarly attainments 2. characterized by or revealing ignorance 3. ...
unleash
transitive verb Date: circa 1671 1. to free from or as if from a leash ; let loose 2. to throw, shoot, or set in motion forcefully
unless
I. conjunction Etymology: Middle English unlesse, alteration of onlesse, from on + lesse less Date: 14th century 1. except on the condition that ; under any other ...
unlettered
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. lacking facility in reading and writing and ignorant of the knowledge to be gained from books b. illiterate 2. not marked with ...
unlicked
adjective Date: circa 1592 1. lacking proper form or shape 2. archaic not licked dry
unlike
I. adjective Date: 13th century not like: as a. marked by lack of resemblance ; different b. marked by inequality ; unequal • unlikeness noun II. preposition ...
unlikelihood
noun Date: 15th century 1. improbability 2. something unlikely
unlikeliness
noun Date: 1614 improbability
unlikely
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not likely ; improbable 2. likely to fail ; unpromising
unlikeness
noun see unlike I
unlimber
Date: 1802 transitive verb 1. to detach the limber from and so make ready 2. to prepare for operation or performance intransitive verb to prepare something for ...
unlimited
adjective Date: 15th century 1. lacking any controls ; unrestricted 2. boundless, infinite 3. not bounded by exceptions ; undefined • unlimitedly adverb
unlimitedly
adverb see unlimited
unlink
Date: 1600 transitive verb to unfasten the links of ; separate, disconnect intransitive verb to become detached
unlinked
adjective Date: 1966 not belonging to the same genetic linkage group
unlisted
adjective Date: 1644 1. not appearing on a list; especially not appearing in a telephone book 2. being or involving a security not listed formally on an organized ...
unlive
transitive verb Date: 1614 annul, reverse
unload
Date: 1523 transitive verb 1. a. (1) to take off ; deliver (2) to take the cargo from b. to give outlet to ; pour forth 2. to relieve of something ...
unloader
noun see unload
unlock
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to unfasten the lock of 2. open, undo 3. to free from restraints or restrictions 4. to furnish a key to ; disclose ...
unlooked-for
adjective Date: 1535 not foreseen ; unexpected
unloose
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to relax the strain of 2. to release from or as if from restraints ; set free 3. to loosen the ties of
unloosen
transitive verb Date: 15th century unloose
unloveliness
noun see unlovely
unlovely
adjective Date: 14th century not likable ; disagreeable, unpleasant • unloveliness noun
unluckily
adverb Date: 1530 unfortunately
unluckiness
noun see unlucky
unlucky
adjective Date: 1530 1. marked by adversity or failure 2. likely to bring misfortune ; inauspicious 3. having or meeting with misfortune 4. producing ...
unmade
adjective Date: 13th century not made
unmake
transitive verb (unmade; -making) Date: 15th century 1. to cause to disappear ; destroy 2. to deprive of rank or office ; depose 3. to deprive of essential characteristics ...
unman
transitive verb Date: circa 1600 1. to deprive of manly vigor, fortitude, or spirit 2. castrate, emasculate Synonyms: see unnerve
unmanliness
noun see unmanly
unmanly
adjective Date: 15th century not manly: as a. being of weak character ; cowardly b. effeminate • unmanliness noun
unmanned
adjective Date: 1544 1. not manned 2. of a hawk not trained
unmannered
adjective Date: 1594 1. marked by a lack of good manners ; rude 2. characterized by an absence of artificiality ; unaffected • unmanneredly adverb
unmanneredly
adverb see unmannered
unmannerliness
noun see unmannerly II
unmannerly
I. adverb Date: 14th century in an unmannerly fashion II. adjective Date: 14th century not mannerly ; discourteous • unmannerliness noun
unmarried
adjective Date: 14th century not married: a. not now or previously married b. being divorced or widowed • unmarried noun
unmask
Date: circa 1586 transitive verb 1. to reveal the true nature of ; expose 2. to remove a mask from intransitive verb to remove one's mask
unmeaning
adjective Date: 1704 1. lacking intelligence ; vapid 2. having no meaning ; senseless
unmediated
adjective Date: 1648 not mediated ; not communicated or transformed by an intervening agency
unmeet
adjective Date: circa 1529 not meet ; unsuitable, improper
unmentionable
I. adjective Date: 1837 not fit or allowed to be mentioned or discussed ; unspeakable II. noun Date: 1823 one that is not to be mentioned or discussed: as a. plural ...
unmerciful
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not merciful ; merciless 2. excessive, extreme • unmercifully adverb
unmercifully
adverb see unmerciful
unmindful
adjective Date: 14th century not conscientiously aware, attentive, or heedful ; inattentive, careless
unmistakable
adjective Date: 1666 not capable of being mistaken or misunderstood ; clear • unmistakably adverb
unmistakably
adverb see unmistakable
unmitigated
adjective Date: 1599 1. not lessened ; unrelieved 2. being so definitely what is stated as to offer little chance of change or relief • unmitigatedly adverb • ...
unmitigatedly
adverb see unmitigated
unmitigatedness
noun see unmitigated
unmold
transitive verb Date: circa 1900 to remove from a mold
unmoor
Date: 15th century transitive verb to loosen from or as if from moorings intransitive verb to cast off moorings
unmoral
adjective Date: 1841 1. having no moral perception or quality; also not influenced or guided by moral considerations 2. lying outside the bounds of morals or ethics ; ...
unmorality
noun see unmoral
unmuffle
transitive verb Date: 1611 to free from something that muffles
unmuzzle
transitive verb Date: 1600 to free from or as if from a muzzle
unmyelinated
adjective Date: 1915 lacking a myelin sheath
unnail
transitive verb Date: 14th century to unfasten by removing nails
unnatural
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not being in accordance with nature or consistent with a normal course of events 2. a. not being in accordance with normal human feelings ...
unnaturally
adverb see unnatural
unnaturalness
noun see unnatural
unnecessarily
adverb Date: 1594 not by necessity ; to an unnecessary degree
unnecessary
adjective Date: 15th century not necessary
unnerve
transitive verb Date: 1601 1. to deprive of courage, strength, or steadiness 2. to cause to become nervous ; upset • unnervingly adverb Synonyms: unnerve, enervate, ...
unnervingly
adverb see unnerve
unnilhexium
noun Etymology: New Latin, from unnil- (from Latin unus one + nil nothing, zero) + Greek hex six + New Latin -ium — more at one, nil, six Date: 1981 seaborgium
unnilpentium
noun Etymology: New Latin, from unnil- + Greek pente five + New Latin -ium — more at five Date: 1981 dubnium
unnilquadium
noun Etymology: New Latin, from unnil- + quadri- + -ium Date: 1979 rutherfordium
unnumbered
adjective Date: 14th century 1. innumerable 2. not having an identifying number
uno animo
foreign term Etymology: Latin with one mind ; unanimously
unobtrusive
adjective Date: 1743 not obtrusive ; not blatant, arresting, or aggressive ; inconspicuous • unobtrusively adverb • unobtrusiveness noun
unobtrusively
adverb see unobtrusive
unobtrusiveness
noun see unobtrusive
unoccupied
adjective Date: 14th century not occupied: as a. not busy ; unemployed b. not lived in ; empty
unorganized
adjective Date: circa 1828 1. not organized: as a. not brought into a coherent or well-ordered whole b. not belonging to a labor union 2. not having the ...
unorthodox
adjective Date: 1657 not orthodox • unorthodoxly adverb
unorthodoxly
adverb see unorthodox
unorthodoxy
noun Date: circa 1704 1. the quality or state of being unorthodox 2. something (as an opinion or doctrine) that is unorthodox
unpack
Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. a. to remove the contents of b. unburden, reveal 2. to remove or undo from packing or a container 3. to analyze ...
unpacker
noun see unpack
unpaged
adjective Date: 1874 having no page numbers
unpaid
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not paid 2. not paying a salary
unpaired
adjective Date: 1648 not paired: as a. not matched or mated b. being an electron that doesn't share its orbital with another electron
unpalatability
noun see unpalatable
unpalatable
adjective Date: 1682 1. not palatable ; distasteful 2. unpleasant, disagreeable • unpalatability noun
unparalleled
adjective Date: 1594 having no parallel; especially having no equal or match ; unique in kind or quality
unparliamentary
adjective Date: 1626 contrary to the practice of parliamentary bodies
unpeg
transitive verb Date: 1602 1. to remove a peg from 2. to unfasten by or as if by removing a peg
unpeople
transitive verb Date: circa 1533 depopulate
unpeopled
adjective Date: circa 1586 not filled with or occupied by people
unperfect
adjective Date: 14th century imperfect
unperson
noun Date: 1949 an individual who usually for political or ideological reasons is removed completely from recognition or consideration
unpick
transitive verb Date: circa 1775 to undo (as sewing) by taking out stitches
unpile
transitive verb Date: 1611 to take or disentangle from a pile
unpin
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to remove a pin from 2. to loosen, free, or unfasten by or as if by removing a pin
unplaced
adjective Date: 1512 1. not placed ; not having a definite or assigned place 2. not finishing in one of the first three places in a horse race
unpleasant
adjective Date: 15th century not pleasant ; not amiable or agreeable ; displeasing • unpleasantly adverb
unpleasantly
adverb see unpleasant
unpleasantness
noun Date: 1548 1. the quality or state of being unpleasant 2. an unpleasant situation, experience, or event
unplug
transitive verb Date: circa 1775 1. a. to take a plug out of b. to remove an obstruction from 2. a. to remove (as an electric plug) from a socket or receptacle b. ...
unplugged
adjective Date: 1990 acoustic 2
unplumbed
adjective Date: 1623 1. not tested with a plumb line 2. a. not measured with a plumb b. not thoroughly explored
unpolarized
adjective Date: circa 1828 not polarized; specifically having a random pattern of vibrations
unpolitical
adjective Date: 1894 apolitical 1
unpopular
adjective Date: 1647 not popular ; viewed or received unfavorably by the public • unpopularity noun • unpopularly adverb
unpopularity
noun see unpopular
unpopularly
adverb see unpopular
unprecedented
adjective Date: 1623 having no precedent ; novel, unexampled • unprecedentedly adverb
unprecedentedly
adverb see unprecedented
unpregnant
adjective Date: 1602 obsolete inept 1
unpretending
adjective Date: 1697 unpretentious
unpretentious
adjective Date: 1859 free from ostentation, elegance, or affectation ; modest • unpretentiously adverb • unpretentiousness noun
unpretentiously
adverb see unpretentious

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