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unpretentiousness
noun see unpretentious
unprincipled
adjective Date: 1644 lacking moral principles ; unscrupulous • unprincipledness noun
unprincipledness
noun see unprincipled
unprintable
adjective Date: 1871 unfit to be printed; especially too obscene or offensive to be shown in print
unprofessed
adjective Date: 15th century not professed
unprofitable
adjective Date: 14th century not profitable ; producing no gain, good, or result • unprofitableness noun • unprofitably adverb
unprofitableness
noun see unprofitable
unprofitably
adverb see unprofitable
unpromising
adjective Date: 1663 appearing unlikely to prove worthwhile or result favorably • unpromisingly adverb
unpromisingly
adverb see unpromising
unpronounced
adjective Date: 1611 not pronounced; especially mute
unprotected
adjective Date: circa 1593 1. lacking protection or defense
unpublishable
adjective Date: 1815 unprintable
unputdownable
adjective Date: 1947 unable to be set aside ; riveting
unqualified
adjective Date: 1556 1. not fit ; not having requisite qualifications 2. not modified or restricted by reservations ; complete • unqualifiedly adverb
unqualifiedly
adverb see unqualified
unquestionable
adjective Date: 1631 not questionable ; indisputable • unquestionably adverb
unquestionably
adverb see unquestionable
unquestioning
adjective Date: circa 1828 not questioning ; not expressing or marked by doubt or hesitation • unquestioningly adverb
unquestioningly
adverb see unquestioning
unquiet
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not quiet ; agitated, turbulent 2. physically, emotionally, or mentally restless ; uneasy • unquietly adverb • unquietness noun
unquietly
adverb see unquiet
unquietness
noun see unquiet
unquote
noun Date: 1915 — used orally to indicate the end of a direct quotation
unravel
Date: 1603 transitive verb 1. a. to disengage or separate the threads of ; disentangle b. to cause to come apart by or as if by separating the threads of 2. to ...
unread
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not read ; left unexamined 2. lacking the experience or the benefits of reading
unreal
adjective Date: 1605 lacking in reality, substance, or genuineness ; artificial, illusory; also incredible, fantastic
unrealistic
adjective Date: 1865 not realistic ; inappropriate to reality or fact • unrealistically adverb
unrealistically
adverb see unrealistic
unreality
noun Date: 1751 1. a. the quality or state of being unreal ; lack of substance or validity b. something unreal, insubstantial, or visionary ; figment 2. ineptitude ...
unreason
noun Date: 1827 the absence of reason or sanity ; irrationality, madness
unreasonable
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. not governed by or acting according to reason b. not conformable to reason ; absurd 2. exceeding the bounds of reason or ...
unreasonableness
noun see unreasonable
unreasonably
adverb see unreasonable
unreasoned
adjective Date: 1790 not founded on reason or reasoning
unreasoning
adjective Date: 1751 not reasoning; especially not moderated or controlled by reason • unreasoningly adverb
unreasoningly
adverb see unreasoning
unreconstructed
adjective Date: 1867 not reconciled to some political, economic, or social change ; also holding stubbornly to a particular belief, view, place, or style
unreel
Date: 1567 transitive verb 1. to unwind from a reel 2. to perform successfully 3. reel off 2 intransitive verb 1. to become unwound 2. to be presented
unreeve
transitive verb (unrove or -reeved; -reeving) Date: 1600 to withdraw (a rope) from an opening (as a ship's block or thimble)
unregenerate
adjective Date: 1589 1. not regenerate 2. a. not reformed ; unreconstructed b. obstinate, stubborn • unregenerately adverb
unregenerately
adverb see unregenerate
unrelenting
adjective Date: 1588 1. not softening or yielding in determination ; hard, stern 2. not letting up or weakening in vigor or pace ; constant • unrelentingly adverb
unrelentingly
adverb see unrelenting
unremarked
adjective Date: circa 1775 not remarked ; unnoticed
unremitting
adjective Date: 1728 not remitting ; constant, incessant • unremittingly adverb
unremittingly
adverb see unremitting
unrequited
adjective Date: circa 1542 not requited ; not reciprocated or returned in kind
unreserve
noun Date: 1751 absence of reserve ; frankness
unreserved
adjective Date: 1539 1. not limited or partial ; entire, unqualified 2. not cautious or reticent ; frank, open 3. not set aside for special use • unreservedly adverb ...
unreservedly
adverb see unreserved
unrest
noun Date: 14th century a disturbed or uneasy state ; turmoil
unrestrained
adjective Date: circa 1586 1. not restrained ; immoderate, uncontrolled 2. free of constructionint ; spontaneous • unrestrainedly adverb • unrestrainedness noun
unrestrainedly
adverb see unrestrained
unrestrainedness
noun see unrestrained
unrestraint
noun Date: 1804 freedom from or lack of restraint
unretire
intransitive verb Date: 1966 to leave retirement ; rejoin the workforce
unriddle
transitive verb Date: circa 1586 to find the explanation of ; figure out, solve ; also to make understandable ; explain
unrig
transitive verb Date: circa 1580 to strip of rigging
unrighteous
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. not righteous ; sinful, wicked 2. unjust, unmerited • unrighteously adverb • unrighteousness noun
unrighteously
adverb see unrighteous
unrighteousness
noun see unrighteous
unripe
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not ripe ; immature 2. not ready ; unprepared • unripeness noun
unripeness
noun see unripe
unrivaled
or unrivalled adjective Date: 1591 having no rival ; incomparable, supreme
unrivalled
adjective see unrivaled
unroll
Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to unwind a roll of ; open out ; uncoil 2. to spread out like a scroll for reading or inspection ; unfold, reveal intransitive ...
unroof
transitive verb Date: 1598 to strip off the roof or covering of
unround
I. transitive verb Date: 1874 1. to pronounce (a sound) without lip rounding or with decreased lip rounding 2. to spread (the lips) laterally II. adjective Date: 1958 ...
unruffled
adjective Date: 1659 1. poised and serene especially in the face of setbacks or confusion 2. not ruffled ; smooth Synonyms: see cool
unruliness
noun see unruly
unruly
adjective (unrulier; -est) Etymology: Middle English unreuly, from un- + reuly disciplined, from reule rule Date: 15th century not readily ruled, disciplined, or managed ...
UNRWA
abbreviation United Nations Relief and Works Agency
unsaddle
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to take the saddle from 2. to throw from the saddle intransitive verb to remove the saddle from a horse
unsaid
adjective Date: before 12th century not said; especially not spoken aloud
unsatisfactorily
adverb see unsatisfactory
unsatisfactoriness
noun see unsatisfactory
unsatisfactory
adjective Date: circa 1650 not satisfactory • unsatisfactorily adverb • unsatisfactoriness noun
unsaturate
noun Date: 1934 an unsaturated chemical compound
unsaturated
adjective Date: 1758 not saturated: as a. capable of absorbing or dissolving more of something b. able to form products by chemical addition; especially containing ...
unsaved
adjective Date: 13th century not saved; especially not absolved from eternal punishment ; not regenerate
unsavory
adjective Date: 13th century 1. insipid, tasteless 2. a. unpleasant to taste or smell b. disagreeable, distasteful ; especially morally offensive
unsay
transitive verb (unsaid; unsaying) Date: 15th century to make as if not said ; recant, retract
unsayable
adjective Date: 1870 not sayable ; not easily expressed or related; also not allowed to be said
unscathed
adjective Date: 14th century wholly unharmed ; not injured
unschooled
adjective Date: 1589 1. not schooled ; untaught, untrained 2. not artificial ; natural
unscientific
adjective Date: circa 1775 not scientific: as a. not used in scientific work b. not being in accord with the principles and methods of science c. not showing ...
unscientifically
adverb see unscientific
unscramble
transitive verb Date: circa 1920 1. to separate (as a conglomeration or tangle) into original components ; resolve, clarify 2. to restore (scrambled communication) to ...
unscrambler
noun see unscramble
unscrew
Date: 1605 transitive verb 1. to draw the screws from 2. to loosen or withdraw by turning intransitive verb to become or admit of being unscrewed
unscripted
adjective Date: circa 1950 not following a prepared script
unscrupulous
adjective Date: 1803 not scrupulous ; unprincipled • unscrupulously adverb • unscrupulousness noun
unscrupulously
adverb see unscrupulous
unscrupulousness
noun see unscrupulous
unseal
transitive verb Date: 12th century to break or remove the seal of ; open
unsealed
adjective Date: 14th century not sealed
unseam
transitive verb Date: 1592 to open the seams of
unsearchable
adjective Date: 14th century not capable of being searched or explored ; inscrutable • unsearchably adverb
unsearchably
adverb see unsearchable
unseasonable
adjective Date: 15th century 1. occurring at other than the proper time ; untimely 2. not being in season 3. a. not normal for the season of the year b. marked by ...
unseasonableness
noun see unseasonable
unseasonably
adverb see unseasonable
unseat
transitive verb Date: 1596 1. to dislodge from one's seat especially on horseback 2. to remove from a place or position; especially to remove from political office
unseemliness
noun see unseemly I
unseemly
I. adjective Date: 14th century not seemly: as a. not according with established standards of good form or taste b. not suitable for time or place ; inappropriate, ...
unseen
adjective Date: 13th century 1. not seen or perceived 2. sight 1
unsegregated
adjective Date: 1905 not segregated; especially free from racial segregation
unselected
adjective Date: circa 1891 not selected ; also chosen at random
unselective
adjective Date: circa 1925 not marked by selection ; random, indiscriminate • unselectively adverb
unselectively
adverb see unselective
unselfish
adjective Date: 1698 not selfish ; generous • unselfishly adverb • unselfishness noun
unselfishly
adverb see unselfish
unselfishness
noun see unselfish
unsell
transitive verb (unsold; -selling) Date: circa 1929 1. to dissuade from a belief in the truth, value, or desirability of something 2. to discourage a belief in the truth, ...
unset
adjective Date: 14th century not set: as a. not fixed in a setting ; unmounted b. not firmed or solidified
unsettle
Date: 1598 transitive verb 1. to loosen or move from a settled state or condition ; make unstable ; disorder 2. to perturb or agitate mentally or emotionally ; ...
unsettled
adjective Date: circa 1586 not settled: as a. (1) not calm or tranquil ; disturbed (2) likely to vary widely especially in the near future ; variable (3) ...
unsettledness
noun see unsettled
unsettlement
noun Date: 1648 1. an act, process, or instance of unsettling 2. the quality or state of being unsettled
unsettling
adjective Date: 1665 having the effect of upsetting, disturbing, or discomposing • unsettlingly adverb
unsettlingly
adverb see unsettling
unsew
transitive verb (-sewed; unsewn or -sewed; -sewing) Date: 14th century to undo the sewing of
unsex
transitive verb Date: 1606 1. to deprive of sex or sexual power 2. to deprive of the qualities typical of one's sex
unshackle
transitive verb Date: 1598 to free from shackles
unshaped
adjective Date: 1572 not shaped: as a. not dressed or finished to final form b. imperfect in form or formulation
unshapen
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from 1un- + shapen, past participle of shapen to shape Date: 12th century unshaped
unsheathe
transitive verb Date: 14th century to draw from or as if from a sheath or scabbard
unship
Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to take out of a ship ; discharge, unload 2. to remove (as an oar or tiller) from position ; detach intransitive verb to ...
unshod
adjective Date: before 12th century not wearing or provided with shoes
unsight
I. transitive verb Date: 1615 to prevent from seeing II. adjective Date: circa 1622 not sighted or examined
unsightliness
noun see unsightly
unsightly
adjective Date: 15th century not pleasing to the sight ; not comely • unsightliness noun
unskilled
adjective Date: 1559 1. not skilled in a branch of work ; lacking technical training 2. not requiring skill 3. marked by lack of skill
unskillful
adjective Date: 1565 not skillful ; lacking in skill or proficiency • unskillfully adverb • unskillfulness noun
unskillfully
adverb see unskillful
unskillfulness
noun see unskillful
unslakable
adjective Date: 1820 unable to be slaked ; unquenchable
unsling
transitive verb (unslung; unslinging) Date: 1630 to remove from being slung
unsnap
transitive verb Date: 1892 to loosen or free by or as if by undoing a snap
unsnarl
transitive verb Date: 1555 to disentangle a snarl in
unsociability
noun see unsociable
unsociable
adjective Date: 1600 1. having or showing a disinclination for social activity ; solitary, reserved 2. not conducive to sociability • unsociability noun • ...
unsociableness
noun see unsociable
unsociably
adverb see unsociable
unsocial
adjective Date: 1731 lacking a taste or desire for society or close association; also marked by or arising from such a lack • unsocially adverb
unsocially
adverb see unsocial
unsold
adjective Date: 14th century not sold
unsophisticated
adjective Date: 1630 not sophisticated: as a. not changed or corrupted ; genuine b. (1) not worldly-wise ; lacking social or economic sophistication (2) ...
unsophistication
noun Date: 1825 lack of or freedom from sophistication
unsought
adjective Date: 13th century not searched for or sought out
unsound
adjective Date: 14th century not sound: as a. not healthy or whole b. not mentally normal ; not wholly sane c. not firmly made, placed, or fixed d. not ...
unsoundly
adverb see unsound
unsoundness
noun Date: 1586 1. the quality or state of being unsound 2. something (as a disease, injury, or defect) that causes one to be unsound
unsparing
adjective Date: circa 1586 1. not merciful or forbearing ; hard, ruthless 2. not frugal ; liberal, profuse • unsparingly adverb
unsparingly
adverb see unsparing
unspeak
transitive verb Date: 1605 obsolete unsay
unspeakable
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. incapable of being expressed in words ; unutterable b. inexpressibly bad ; horrendous 2. that may not or cannot be spoken
unspeakably
adverb see unspeakable
unspool
verb Date: 1940 transitive verb 1. to unwind from a spool 2. to execute or present artfully or gracefully intransitive verb to be presented or revealed on or ...
unsportsmanlike
adjective Date: 1754 not characteristic of or exhibiting good sportsmanship ; not sportsmanlike
unspotted
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not spotted ; free from spot or stain 2. free from moral stain
unsprung
adjective Date: 1600 not sprung; especially not equipped with springs
unstable
adjective Date: 13th century not stable ; not firm or fixed ; not constant: as a. not steady in action or movement ; irregular b. wavering in purpose or intent ; ...
unstable angina
noun Date: 1972 angina pectoris characterized by sudden changes (as an increase in the severity or length of anginal attacks or a decrease in the exertion required to ...
unstableness
noun see unstable
unstably
adverb see unstable
unsteadily
adverb see unsteady II
unsteadiness
noun see unsteady II
unsteady
I. transitive verb Date: 1532 to make unsteady II. adjective Date: 1551 not steady: as a. not firm or solid ; not fixed in position ; unstable b. marked by change or ...
unstep
transitive verb Date: 1853 to remove (a mast) from a step
unstick
transitive verb (unstuck; -sticking) Date: 1706 to release from a state of adhesion
unstinting
adjective Date: 1845 not restricting or holding back ; giving or being given freely or generously • unstintingly adverb
unstintingly
adverb see unstinting
unstop
transitive verb Date: 14th century 1. to free from an obstruction ; open 2. to remove a stopper from
unstoppable
adjective Date: 1836 incapable of being stopped • unstoppably adverb
unstoppably
adverb see unstoppable
unstrap
transitive verb Date: 1779 to remove or loose a strap from
unstressed
adjective Date: 1883 1. not bearing a stress or accent 2. not subjected to stress
unstring
transitive verb (unstrung; unstringing) Date: 1611 1. to loosen or remove the strings of 2. to remove from a string 3. to make weak, disordered, or unstable
unstructured
adjective Date: 1936 lacking structure or organization: as a. not formally organized in a set or conventional pattern b. not having a system or hierarchy typical of ...
unstuck
adjective Date: 1911 brought into a state of disarray, discomposure, or incoherence
unstudied
adjective Date: 14th century not studied: as a. not acquired by study b. not forced ; not done or planned for effect
unsubstantial
adjective Date: 15th century not substantial ; lacking substance, firmness, or strength • unsubstantiality noun • unsubstantially adverb
unsubstantiality
noun see unsubstantial
unsubstantially
adverb see unsubstantial
unsuccessful
adjective Date: 1617 not successful ; not meeting with or producing success • unsuccessfully adverb
unsuccessfully
adverb see unsuccessful
unsulfured
adjective Date: 1853 not treated or preserved with sulfur
unsung
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not sung 2. not celebrated or praised (as in song or verse)
unsurprising
adjective Date: 1671 not surprising or unexpected
unsurprisingly
adverb Date: 1950 1. as is not surprising 2. in an unsurprising manner
unswathe
transitive verb Date: 14th century to free from something that swathes
unswear
verb (unswore; unsworn; -swearing) Date: 1596 intransitive verb archaic to unsay or retract something sworn transitive verb archaic to recant or recall (as an oath) ...
unswerving
adjective Date: 1694 1. not swerving or turning aside 2. steady, unfaltering
unsymmetrical
adjective Date: 1755 asymmetric • unsymmetrically adverb
unsymmetrically
adverb see unsymmetrical
untangle
transitive verb Date: 1550 to loose from tangles or entanglement ; straighten out Synonyms: see extricate
untapped
adjective Date: 1779 1. not subjected to tapping 2. not drawn upon or utilized
untaught
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not instructed or trained ; ignorant 2. natural, spontaneous
unteach
transitive verb (untaught; -teaching) Date: 1532 1. to cause to unlearn something 2. to teach the contrary of
untenability
noun see untenable
untenable
adjective Date: 1647 1. not able to be defended 2. not able to be occupied • untenability noun
untented
adjective Etymology: 1un- + obsolete English tented, past participle of tent to probe Date: 1606 archaic not probed or dressed
Untermeyer
biographical name Louis 1885-1977 American poet
Unterwalden
geographical name former canton central Switzerland, now divided into two cantons (formerly half cantons): Nidwalden (or French Nidwald) (capital Stans area 106 square miles ...
untether
transitive verb Date: circa 1775 to free from or as if from a tether
unthink
transitive verb (unthought; -thinking) Date: circa 1600 to put out of mind
unthinkability
noun see unthinkable
unthinkable
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not capable of being grasped by the mind 2. being contrary to what is reasonable, desirable, or probable ; being out of the question • ...
unthinkably
adverb see unthinkable
unthinking
adjective Date: 1676 1. not taking thought ; heedless, unmindful 2. not indicating thought or reflection 3. not having the power of thought • unthinkingly adverb
unthinkingly
adverb see unthinking
unthought
adjective Date: circa 1548 not anticipated ; unexpected — often used with of
unthread
transitive verb Date: 1597 1. to draw or take out a thread from 2. to loosen the threads or connections of 3. to make one's way through
unthrone
transitive verb Date: 1611 to remove from or as if from a throne
untidily
adverb see untidy
untidiness
noun see untidy
untidy
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. not neat ; slovenly b. not neat or orderly in habits or procedure 2. a. not neatly organized or carried out b. conducive ...
untie
verb (-tied; -tying or -tieing) Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to free from something that ties, fastens, or restrains ; unbind 2. a. to disengage the ...
until
I. preposition Etymology: Middle English, from un- (probably from Old Norse *und up to; akin to Old Norse unz up to, until, Old High German unt, Old English ende end) + til, ...
untimeliness
noun see untimely II
untimely
I. adverb Date: 13th century 1. at an inopportune time ; unseasonably 2. before the due, natural, or proper time ; prematurely II. adjective Date: 13th century 1. ...
untimeous
adjective Date: 15th century chiefly Scottish untimely
untiring
adjective Date: 1822 not becoming tired ; indefatigable • untiringly adverb
untiringly
adverb see untiring
untitled
adjective Date: 1590 1. obsolete having no title or right to rule 2. not named 3. not called by a title
unto
preposition Etymology: Middle English, probably from un- (as in until) + to to Date: 14th century 1. to 2. — used as a function word to indicate reference or concern
untold
adjective Date: 14th century 1. a. not told or related b. kept secret 2. too great or numerous to count ; incalculable, vast
untouchability
noun Date: 1919 the quality or state of being untouchable; especially the state of being an untouchable
untouchable
I. adjective Date: 1607 1. a. forbidden to the touch ; not to be handled b. exempt from criticism or control 2. lying beyond reach 3. disagreeable or defiling to the ...
untouched
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not subjected to touching ; not handled 2. not described or dealt with 3. a. not tasted b. being in the first or a primeval state or ...
untoward
adjective Date: 15th century 1. difficult to guide, manage, or work with ; unruly, intractable 2. a. marked by trouble or unhappiness ; unlucky b. not favorable ; ...
untowardly
adverb see untoward
untowardness
noun see untoward
untrack
transitive verb Date: 1939 to cause to escape from a slump
untread
transitive verb Date: 1593 archaic to tread back ; retrace
untried
adjective Date: 1526 1. not tested or proved by experience or trial 2. not tried in court
untrod
adjective see untrodden
untrodden
also untrod adjective Date: 14th century not trod ; untraversed
untroubled
adjective Date: 15th century 1. not given trouble ; not made uneasy 2. calm, tranquil
untrue
adjective Date: before 12th century 1. not faithful ; disloyal 2. not according with a standard of correctness ; not level or exact 3. not according with the facts ; ...
untruly
adverb see untrue
untruss
Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. archaic untie, unfasten — used in the phrase untruss one's points 2. archaic undress intransitive verb archaic to unfasten ...
untruth
noun Date: before 12th century 1. archaic disloyalty 2. lack of truthfulness ; falsity 3. something that is untrue ; falsehood
untruthful
adjective Date: circa 1843 not containing or telling the truth ; false, inaccurate Synonyms: see dishonest • untruthfully adverb • untruthfulness noun
untruthfully
adverb see untruthful
untruthfulness
noun see untruthful
untune
transitive verb Date: 1598 1. to put out of tune 2. disarrange, discompose
untutored
adjective Date: 1593 1. a. having no formal learning or training b. naive, unsophisticated 2. not produced or developed by instruction ; native Synonyms: see ...
untwine
Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to unwind the twisted or tangled parts of ; disentangle 2. to remove by unwinding intransitive verb to become disentangled or ...
untwist
Date: 1538 transitive verb to separate the twisted parts of ; untwine intransitive verb to become untwined
untwisted
adjective Date: 1575 not twisted
unused
adjective Date: 14th century 1. not habituated ; unaccustomed 2. not used: as a. fresh, new b. not put to use ; idle c. not consumed ; accrued
unusual
adjective Date: 1579 not usual ; uncommon, rare • unusually adverb • unusualness noun
unusually
adverb see unusual
unusualness
noun see unusual
unutterable
adjective Date: circa 1586 being beyond the powers of description ; inexpressible • unutterably adverb
unutterably
adverb see unutterable
unvalued
adjective Date: 1586 1. obsolete invaluable 2. a. not important or prized ; disregarded b. not appraised
unvarnished
adjective Date: 1605 1. a. not adorned or glossed ; plain, straightforward b. artless, frank 2. not coated with or as if with varnish ; crude, unfinished
unveil
Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to remove a veil or covering from 2. to make public ; divulge, reveal intransitive verb to throw off a veil or protective ...
unveiled
adjective Date: 14th century not veiled ; open, revealed
unvocal
adjective Date: 1773 1. not eloquent or outspoken ; inarticulate 2. not musical ; discordant

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