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unaccostable
adj. * * *
unaccosted
adj. * * *
unaccountability
See unaccountable. * * *
unaccountable
—unaccountableness, unaccountability, n. —unaccountably, adv. /un'euh kown"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. impossible to account for; unexplained; inexplicable: The boat has an ...
unaccountably
See unaccountability. * * *
unaccounted
adj. * * *
unaccounted-for
/un'euh kown"tid fawr'/, adj. not accounted for; not understood; unexplained: an explosion resulting from some unaccounted-for mechanical failure. [1790-1800; formed on the v. ...
unaccoutered
adj. * * *
unaccredited
adj. * * *
unaccrued
adj. * * *
unacculturated
adj. * * *
unaccumulable
adj. * * *
unaccumulated
adj. * * *
unaccumulative
adj.; unaccumulatively, adv.; unaccumulativeness, n. * * *
unaccurate
adj.; unaccurately, adv.; unaccurateness, n. * * *
unaccusable
adj. * * *
unaccused
adj. * * *
unaccusing
adj.; unaccusingly, adv. * * *
unaccustom
v.t. * * *
unaccustomed
—unaccustomedness, n. /un'euh kus"teuhmd/, adj. 1. not accustomed or habituated: to be unaccustomed to hardships. 2. unusual; unfamiliar: A brief after-dinner speech is an ...
unaccustomedly
See unaccustomed. * * *
unacerbic
adj. * * *
unacerbically
adv. * * *
unacetic
adj. * * *
unachievable
adj. * * *
unachieved
adj. * * *
unaching
adj.; unachingly, adv. * * *
unacidic
adj. * * *
unacidulated
adj. * * *
unacknowledged
adj. * * *
unacknowledging
adj. * * *
unacorda
u·na cor·da (o͞oʹnə kôrʹdə) adv. & adj. Music With the soft pedal of the piano depressed. Used chiefly as a direction.   [Italian : una, one + corda, string (so called ...
unacoustic
adj. * * *
unacoustical
adj.; unacoustically, adv. * * *
unacquainted
adj. * * *
unacquiescent
adj.; unacquiescently, adv. * * *
unacquirable
adj. * * *
unacquired
adj. * * *
unacquisitive
adj.; unacquisitively, adv.; unacquisitiveness, n. * * *
unacquitted
adj. * * *
unacrimonious
adj.; unacrimoniously, adv.; unacrimoniousness, n. * * *
unactable
adj. * * *
unacted
adj. * * *
unacting
adj. * * *
unactinic
adj. * * *
unactionable
adj. * * *
unactivated
adj. * * *
unactuated
adj. * * *
unacuminous
adj. * * *
unadamant
adj. * * *
unadaptable
adj.; unadaptableness, n. * * *
unadapted
adj. * * *
unadaptive
adj.; unadaptively, adv.; unadaptiveness, n. * * *
unaddable
adj. * * *
unadded
adj. * * *
unaddible
adj. * * *
unaddicted
adj. * * *
unaddled
adj. * * *
unaddressed
adj. * * *
unadduceable
adj. * * *
unadduced
adj. * * *
unadducible
adj. * * *
unadept
adj.; unadeptly, adv.; unadeptness, n. * * *
unadhering
adj. * * *
unadhesive
adj.; unadhesively, adv.; unadhesiveness, n. * * *
unadjacent
adj.; unadjacently, adv. * * *
unadjoined
adj. * * *
unadjoining
adj. * * *
unadjourned
adj. * * *
unadjudged
adj. * * *
unadjudicated
adj. * * *
unadjunctive
adj.; unadjunctively, adv. * * *
unadjustable
adj.; unadjustably, adv. * * *
unadjusted
adj. * * *
unadministered
adj. * * *
unadministrable
adj. * * *
unadministrative
adj.; unadministratively, adv. * * *
unadmirable
adj.; unadmirableness, n.; unadmirably, adv. * * *
unadmired
adj. * * *
unadmiring
adj.; unadmiringly, adv. * * *
unadmissible
adj.; unadmissibleness, n.; unadmissibly, adv. * * *
unadmissive
adj. * * *
unadmitted
adj.; unadmittedly, adv. * * *
unadmonished
adj. * * *
unadmonitory
adj. * * *
unadoptable
adj. * * *
unadopted
adj. * * *
unadoptional
adj. * * *
unadoptive
adj.; unadoptively, adv. * * *
unadorable
adj.; unadorableness, n.; unadorably, adv. * * *
unadored
adj. * * *
unadoring
adj.; unadoringly, adv. * * *
unadornable
adj. * * *
unadorned
adj. * * *
unadornment
n. * * *
unadroit
adj.; unadroitly, adv.; unadroitness, n. * * *
unadulating
adj. * * *
unadulatory
adj. * * *
unadult
adj. * * *
unadulterate
adj. * * *
unadulterated
—unadulteratedly, adv. /un'euh dul"teuh ray'tid/, adj. 1. not diluted or made impure by adulterating; pure: unadulterated maple syrup. 2. utter; absolute: unadulterated ...
unadulterous
adj.; unadulterously, adv. * * *
unadvancing
adj. * * *
unadvantaged
adj. * * *
unadvantageous
adj.; unadvantageously, adv.; unadvantageousness, n. * * *
unadventuring
adj. * * *
unadventurous
adj.; unadventurously, adv.; unadventurousness, n. * * *
unadverse
adj.; unadversely, adv.; unadverseness, n. * * *
unadvertised
adj. * * *
unadvisable
adj.; unadvisableness, n.; unadvisably, adv. * * *
unadvised
—unadvisedly /un'euhd vuy"zid lee/, adv. —unadvisedness, n. /un'euhd vuyzd"/, adj. 1. without advice or counsel; uninformed: a defendant unadvised of her legal rights. 2. ...
unadvisedly
See unadvised. * * *
unadvocated
adj. * * *
unaerated
adj. * * *
unaesthetic
—unaesthetically, adv. /un'es thet"ik/ or, esp. Brit., /-ees-/, adj. offensive to the aesthetic sense; lacking in beauty or sensory appeal; unpleasant, as an object, design, ...
unaffable
adj.; unaffableness, n.; unaffably, adv. * * *
unaffected
unaffected1 —unaffectedly, adv. —unaffectedness, n. /un'euh fek"tid/, adj. 1. free from affectation; sincere; genuine: The man showed unaffected grief at the death of his ...
unaffectedly
See unaffected. * * *
unaffectedness
See unaffectedly. * * *
unaffecting
adj. * * *
unaffectionate
adj.; unaffectionately, adv. * * *
unaffiliated
adj. * * *
unaffirmed
adj. * * *
unaffixed
adj. * * *
unafflicted
adj.; unafflictedly, adv.; unafflictedness, n. * * *
unafflicting
adj. * * *
unaffluent
adj. * * *
unaffordable
adj. * * *
unaffordably
See unaffordability. * * *
unafforded
adj. * * *
unaffrighted
adj.; unaffrightedly, adv. * * *
unaffronted
adj. * * *
unafraid
adj. * * *
unaged
adj. * * *
unagglomerative
adj. * * *
unaggravated
adj. * * *
unaggravating
adj. * * *
unaggregated
adj. * * *
unaggressive
adj.; unaggressively, adv.; unaggressiveness, n. * * *
unagile
adj.; unagilely, adv. * * *
unaging
adj. * * *
unagitated
adj.; unagitatedly, adv. * * *
unagrarian
adj. * * *
unagreed
adj. * * *
unagricultural
adj.; unagriculturally, adv. * * *
unai
u·nai (yo͞oʹnô, o͞oʹnou) n. Variant of unau. * * *
unaidable
adj. * * *
unaided
adj.; unaidedly, adv. * * *
unaiding
adj. * * *
unaimed
adj. * * *
unaiming
adj. * * *
unairable
adj. * * *
unaired
adj. * * *
unairily
adv. * * *
unairworthy
adj. * * *
unaisled
adj. * * *
Unaka Mountains
▪ mountains, United States       segments of the Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountain systems in the southeastern United States. They extend from southwestern Virginia ...
Unalachtigo
/ooh'neuh lahch"ti goh'/, n., pl. Unalachtigos, (esp. collectively) Unalachtigo for 1. 1. a member of a North American Indian people, one of the Delaware group. 2. the Eastern ...
unalacritous
adj. * * *
unalarmed
adj. * * *
unalarming
adj.; unalarmingly, adv. * * *
Unalaska
/ooh'neuh las"keuh, un'euh las"-/, n. an island off the coast of SW Alaska, one of the Aleutian Islands. ab. 75 mi. (120 km) long. * * *
UnalaskaIsland
Un·a·las·ka Island (ŭn'ə-lăsʹkə, o͞o'nə-) An island of southwest Alaska in the eastern Aleutian Islands southwest of Unimak Island. It was discovered c. 1759 by ...
unalcoholized
adj. * * *
unaldermanly
adj. * * *
unalerted
adj. * * *
unalgebraical
adj. * * *
unalienable
/un ayl"yeuh neuh beuhl, -ay"lee euh-/, adj. inalienable. [UN-1 + ALIENABLE] * * *
unalienated
adj. * * *
unalienating
adj. * * *
unalignable
adj. * * *
unaligned
adj. * * *
unalike
adj., adv. * * *
unalimentary
adj. * * *
unalimentative
adj. * * *
unallayable
adj.; unallayably, adv. * * *
unallayed
adj. * * *
unalleged
adj. * * *
unallegedly
adv. * * *
unallegorical
adj.; unallegorically, adv. * * *
unallegorized
adj. * * *
unallergic
adj. * * *
unalleviated
adj.; unalleviatedly, adv. * * *
unalleviating
adj.; unalleviatingly, adv. * * *
unalleviative
adj. * * *
unallied
adj. * * *
unalliterated
adj. * * *
unalliterative
adj. * * *
unallocated
adj. * * *
unallotted
adj. * * *
unallowable
adj. * * *
unallowed
adj. * * *
unalloyed
adj. * * *
unallured
adj. * * *
unalluring
adj.; unalluringly, adv. * * *
unallusive
adj.; unallusively, adv.; unallusiveness, n. * * *
unalphabetic
adj. * * *
unalphabetical
adj.; unalphabetically, adv. * * *
unalphabetized
adj. * * *
unalterability
See unalterable. * * *
unalterable
—unalterableness, unalterability, n. —unalterably, adv. /un awl"teuhr euh beuhl/, adj. not capable of being altered, changed, or modified. Also, inalterable. [1610-15; UN-1 + ...
unalterableness
See unalterability. * * *
unalterably
See unalterability. * * *
unaltered
/un awl"teuhrd/, adj. 1. not altered, changed, or modified: We approved the unaltered designs. 2. (of an animal) not neutered. [1545-55; UN-1 + ALTER + -ED2] * * *
unaltering
adj. * * *
unalternated
adj. * * *
unalternating
adj. * * *
unamalgamable
adj. * * *
unamalgamated
adj. * * *
unamalgamating
adj. * * *
unamalgamative
adj. * * *
unamassed
adj. * * *
unamative
adj.; unamatively, adv. * * *
unamazed
adj. * * *
unamazedly
adv. * * *
unamazedness
n. * * *
unambient
adj.; unambiently, adv. * * *
unambiguous
adj.; unambiguously, adv.; unambiguousness, n. * * *
unambiguously
See unambiguous. * * *
unambitious
adj.; unambitiously, adv.; unambitiousness, n. * * *
unambivalent
/un'am biv"euh leuhnt/, adj. not ambivalent; definite; certain. [1940-45; UN-1 + AMBIVALENT] * * *
unambulant
adj. * * *
unameliorable
adj. * * *
unameliorated
adj. * * *
unameliorative
adj. * * *
unamenable
adj.; unamenably, adv. * * *
unamendable
adj. * * *
unamended
adj. * * *
unamending
adj. * * *
unamerceable
adj. * * *
unamerced
adj. * * *
Unami
/ooh nah"mee, yooh nam"ee/, n., pl. Unamis, (esp. collectively) Unami for 1. 1. a member of a North American Indian people, one of the Delaware group. 2. the Eastern Algonquian ...
unamiable
adj.; unamiableness, n.; unamiably, adv. * * *
unamicable
adj.; unamicableness, n.; unamicably, adv. * * *
unammoniated
adj. * * *
unamorous
adj.; unamorously, adv.; unamorousness, n. * * *
unamortized
adj. * * *
unamplifiable
adj. * * *
unamplified
adj. * * *
unamputated
adj. * * *
unamputative
adj. * * *
Unamuno
/ooh'neuh mooh"noh/; Sp. /ooh'nah mooh"naw/, n. Miguel de /mee gel" de/, 1864-1936, Spanish philosopher, poet, novelist, and essayist. * * *
Unamuno (y Jugo), Miguel de
born Sept. 29, 1864, Bilbao, Spain died Dec. 31, 1936, Salamanca Spanish philosopher and writer. He served twice as rector of the University of Salamanca (1901–14; ...
Unamuno, Miguel de
▪ Spanish educator, philosopher, and author in full  Miguel De Unamuno Y Jugo   born Sept. 29, 1864, Bilbao, Spain died Dec. 31, 1936, Salamanca       educator, ...
Unamuno,Miguel de
U·na·mu·no (o͞o'nə-mo͞oʹnō, -nä-), Miguel de. 1864-1936. Spanish philosopher and writer. His novels, poetry, and philosophical studies, such as The Tragic Sense of Life ...
unamusable
adj.; unamusably, adv. * * *
unamused
adj. * * *
unamusing
adj.; unamusingly, adv.; unamusingness, n. * * *
unanachronistic
adj. * * *
unanachronistical
adj.; unanachronistically, adv. * * *
unanachronous
adj.; unanachronously, adv. * * *
unanaemic
adj. * * *
unanalogical
adj.; unanalogically, adv. * * *
unanalogized
adj. * * *
unanalogous
adj.; unanalogously, adv.; unanalogousness, n. * * *
unanalytic
adj. * * *
unanalytical
adj.; unanalytically, adv. * * *
unanalyzable
adj.; unanalyzably, adv. * * *
unanalyzably
See unanalyzable. * * *
unanalyzed
adj. * * *
unanalyzing
adj. * * *
unanarchic
adj. * * *
unanarchistic
adj. * * *


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