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unattentive
adj.; unattentively, adv.; unattentiveness, n. * * *
unattenuated
adj.; unattenuatedly, adv. * * *
unattested
adj. * * *
unattired
adj. * * *
unattractable
adj. * * *
unattracted
adj. * * *
unattracting
adj. * * *
unattractive
adj.; unattractively, adv.; unattractiveness, n. * * *
unattributable
adj.; unattributably, adv. * * *
unattributed
adj. * * *
unattributive
adj.; unattributively, adv.; unattributiveness, n. * * *
unattuned
adj. * * *
unau
/yooh naw", ooh now"/, n. See two-toed sloth. [1765-75; < F < Tupian; akin to Tupi unáu] * * *       either of two species of tree-dwelling mammals also known as ...
unauctioned
adj. * * *
unaudacious
adj.; unaudaciously, adv.; unaudaciousness, n. * * *
unaudited
adj. * * *
unauditioned
adj. * * *
unaugmentable
adj. * * *
unaugmentative
adj. * * *
unaugmented
adj. * * *
unauspicious
adj.; unauspiciously, adv. * * *
unaustere
adj.; unausterely, adv. * * *
unauthentic
adj. * * *
unauthentical
adj.; unauthentically, adv.; unauthenticalness, n. * * *
unauthenticated
adj. * * *
unauthoritative
adj.; unauthoritatively, adv.; unauthoritativeness, n. * * *
unauthorized
adj. * * *
unautistic
adj. * * *
unautographed
adj. * * *
unautomated
adj. * * *
unautomatic
adj. * * *
unautomatically
adv. * * *
unautumnal
adj. * * *
unavailable
adj.; unavailableness, n.; unavailably, adv. * * *
unavailed
adj. * * *
unavailing
—unavailingly, adv. /un'euh vay"ling/, adj. ineffectual; futile. [1660-70; UN-1 + AVAIL + -ING2] * * *
unavailingly
See unavailing. * * *
unavengeable
adj. * * *
unavenged
adj. * * *
unavenging
adj.; unavengingly, adv. * * *
unaveraged
adj. * * *
unaverred
adj. * * *
unaverted
adj. * * *
unavid
adj.; unavidly, adv.; unavidness, n. * * *
unavoce
u·na vo·ce (yo͞oʹnə vōʹsē, o͞oʹnə vōʹkā) adv. With one voice; unanimously.   [Latin ūnā vōce: ūnā, feminine ablative of ūnus, one + vōce, ablative of vōx, ...
unavoidability
See unavoidable. * * *
unavoidable
—unavoidability, unavoidableness, n. —unavoidably, adv. /un'euh voy"deuh beuhl/, adj. unable to be avoided; inevitable: an unavoidable delay. [1570-80; UN-1 + AVOIDABLE] Syn. ...
unavoidableness
See unavoidability. * * *
unavoidably
See unavoidability. * * *
unavoiding
adj. * * *
unavouched
adj. * * *
unavowable
adj.; unavowableness, n.; unavowably, adv. * * *
unavowed
adj. * * *
unawake
adj. * * *
unawakeable
adj. * * *
unawaked
adj. * * *
unawakened
unawakened [spelling only] * * *
unawakening
adj. * * *
unawaking
adj. * * *
unawardable
adj. * * *
unawarded
adj. * * *
unaware
—unawarely, adv. —unawareness, n. /un'euh wair"/, adj. 1. not aware or conscious; unconscious: to be unaware of any change. adv. 2. unawares. [1585-95; UN-1 + AWARE; cf. ME ...
unawarely
See unaware. * * *
unawareness
See unawarely. * * *
unawares
/un'euh wairz"/, adv. 1. while not aware or conscious of a thing oneself; unknowingly or inadvertently. 2. without warning; by surprise; suddenly; unexpectedly: to come upon ...
unawed
adj. * * *
unawful
adj.; unawfulness, n. * * *
unawkward
adj.; unawkwardly, adv.; unawkwardness, n. * * *
unawned
adj. * * *
unaxed
adj. * * *
unaxiomatic
adj. * * *
unaxiomatically
adv. * * *
unaxised
adj. * * *
unaxled
adj. * * *
unbacked
/un bakt"/, adj. 1. without backing or support. 2. not supported by bets: an unbacked challenger. 3. not endorsed: an unbacked product. 4. never having been mounted by a rider, ...
unbackward
adj. * * *
unbacterial
adj. * * *
unbadged
adj. * * *
unbadgered
adj. * * *
unbadgering
adj. * * *
unbaffled
adj. * * *
unbaffling
adj.; unbafflingly, adv. * * *
unbagged
adj. * * *
unbailable
adj. * * *
unbailed
adj. * * *
unbait
v.t. * * *
unbaked
adj. * * *
unbalance
—unbalanceable, adj. /un bal"euhns/, v., unbalanced, unbalancing, n. v.t. 1. to throw or put out of balance. 2. to disorder or derange, as the mind. n. 3. unbalanced ...
unbalanceable
See unbalance. * * *
unbalanced
/un bal"euhnst/, adj. 1. not balanced or not properly balanced. 2. lacking steadiness and soundness of judgment. 3. mentally disordered; deranged. 4. (of an account) not ...
unbalconied
adj. * * *
unbale
v.t., unbaled, unbaling. * * *
unbalked
adj. * * *
unbalking
adj.; unbalkingly, adv. * * *
unballasted
/un bal"euh stid/, adj. 1. not fitted with or carrying ballast. 2. not properly steadied or regulated. [1635-45; UN-1 + BALLASTED] * * *
unballoted
adj. * * *
unbandage
v.t., unbandaged, unbandaging. * * *
unbanded
adj. * * *
unbangled
adj. * * *
unbanished
adj. * * *
unbankable
adj.; unbankableness, n.; unbankably, adv. * * *
unbanked
adj. * * *
unbanned
adj. * * *
unbannered
adj. * * *
unbantering
adj.; unbanteringly, adv. * * *
unbaptized
adj. * * *
unbar
/un bahr"/, v.t., unbarred, unbarring. to remove a bar or bars from; open; unlock; unbolt: to unbar a door. [1300-50; ME unbarren. See UN-2, BAR1] * * *
unbarbarize
v.t., unbarbarized, unbarbarizing. * * *
unbarbarous
adj.; unbarbarously, adv.; unbarbarousness, n. * * *
unbarbed
/un bahrbd"/, adj. barbless. [1555-65; UN-1 + BARB1 + -ED3] * * *
unbarbered
adj. * * *
unbargained
adj. * * *
unbarking
adj. * * *
unbarrable
adj. * * *
unbarred
/un bahrd"/, adj. 1. not provided or fastened with a bar or bars: an unbarred door. 2. not marked with stripes or bands. [1540-50; UN-1 + BARRED] * * *
unbarreled
adj. * * *
unbarrelled
adj. * * *
unbarren
adj.; unbarrenly, adv.; unbarrenness, n. * * *
unbarricade
v.t., unbarricaded, unbarricading. * * *
unbartered
adj. * * *
unbartering
adj. * * *
unbase
adj. * * *
unbased
adj. * * *
unbashful
adj.; unbashfully, adv.; unbashfulness, n. * * *
unbasketlike
adj. * * *
unbastardized
adj. * * *
unbasted
adj. * * *
unbastinadoed
adj. * * *
unbated
/un bay"tid/, adj. 1. not abated; undiminished; unlessened. 2. Archaic. not blunted, as a lance or fencer's foil. [1590-1600; UN-1 + BATE1 + -ED2] * * *
unbathed
adj. * * *
unbating
adj. * * *
unbatted
adj. * * *
unbatterable
adj. * * *
unbattered
adj. * * *
unbattling
adj. * * *
unbeached
adj. * * *
unbeaconed
adj. * * *
unbeaded
adj. * * *
unbeamed
adj. * * *
unbeaming
adj. * * *
unbearable
—unbearableness, n. —unbearably, adv. /un bair"euh beuhl/, adj. not bearable; unendurable; intolerable. [1400-50; late ME; see UN-1, BEARABLE] * * *
unbearableness
See unbearable. * * *
unbearably
See unbearableness. * * *
unbeard
v.t. * * *
unbearded
adj. * * *
unbearing
adj. * * *
unbeatable
—unbeatably, adv. /un bee"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being beaten; impossible to defeat: an unbeatable football team. 2. of surpassingly good quality; excellent: an ...
unbeatably
See unbeatable. * * *
unbeaten
/un beet"n/, adj. 1. not struck, pounded, or whipped: unbeaten eggs. 2. not defeated or never defeated. 3. untrodden: unbeaten paths. [1225-75; ME unbeten; see UN-1, BEATEN] * * *
unbeaued
adj. * * *
unbeauteous
adj.; unbeauteously, adv.; unbeauteousness, n. * * *
unbeautified
adj. * * *
unbeautiful
adj.; unbeautifully, adv. * * *
unbeckoned
adj. * * *
unbeclouded
adj. * * *
unbecoming
—unbecomingly, adv. —unbecomingness, n. /un'bi kum"ing/, adj. detracting from one's appearance, character, or reputation; unattractive or unseemly: an unbecoming hat; ...
unbecomingly
See unbecoming. * * *
unbedabbled
adj. * * *
unbedaubed
adj. * * *
unbedecked
adj. * * *
unbedimmed
adj. * * *
unbedizened
adj. * * *
unbedraggled
adj. * * *
unbefitting
adj. * * *
unbefriended
adj. * * *
unbeggarly
adj. * * *
unbegged
adj. * * *
unbegotten
/un'bi got"n/, adj. 1. not yet begotten; as yet unborn: decisions that will affect our unbegotten children. 2. without a beginning; eternal. [1525-35; UN-1 + BEGOTTEN] * * *
unbegrudged
adj. * * *
unbeguiled
adj. * * *
unbeguiling
adj. * * *
unbehaving
adj. * * *
unbeheaded
adj. * * *
unbeheld
adj. * * *
unbeholdable
adj. * * *
unbeholden
adj. * * *
unbeknown
/un'bi nohn"/, adj. unknown; unperceived; without one's knowledge (usually fol. by to). Also, unbeknownst /un'bi nohnst"/. [1630-40; UN-1 + beknown (late ME beknowe, ptp. of ...
unbeknownst
un·be·knownst (ŭn'bĭ-nōnstʹ) adj. Unbeknown. adv. Without the knowledge of a specified party. Used with to: Our cousin had been ill for years, unbeknownst to the ...
unbelied
adj. * * *
unbelief
/un'bi leef"/, n. the state or quality of not believing; incredulity or skepticism, esp. in matters of doctrine or religious faith. [1125-75; ME unbelefe; see UN-1, BELIEF] * * *
unbelievable
—unbelievably, adv. /un'bi lee"veuh beuhl/, adj. 1. too dubious or improbable to be believed: an unbelievable excuse. 2. so remarkable as to strain credulity; extraordinary: ...
unbelievably
See unbelievable. * * *
unbeliever
/un'bi lee"veuhr/, n. 1. a person who does not believe. 2. a person who does not accept any, or some particular, religious belief. [1520-30; UN-1 + BELIEVER] * * *
unbelieving
—unbelievingly, adv. —unbelievingness, n. /un'bi lee"ving/, adj. 1. not believing; skeptical. 2. not accepting any, or some particular, religious belief. [1350-1400; ME; see ...
unbelievingly
See unbelieving. * * *
unbellicose
adj. * * *
unbelligerent
adj.; unbelligerently, adv. * * *
unbelonging
adj. * * *
unbeloved
adj. * * *
unbelt
/un belt"/, v.t. 1. to remove the belt from. 2. to remove by undoing a supporting belt: to unbelt a sword. [1475-85; UN-2 + BELT] * * *
unbelted
adj. * * *
unbemoaned
adj. * * *
unbemused
adj. * * *
unbench
v.t. * * *
unbend
—unbendable, adj. /un bend"/, v., unbent or (Archaic) unbended, unbending. v.t. 1. to straighten from a bent form or position. 2. to release from the strain of formality, ...
unbendable
See unbend. * * *
unbending
—unbendingly, adv. —unbendingness, n. /un ben"ding/, adj. 1. not bending or curving; inflexible; rigid. 2. refusing to yield or compromise; resolute. 3. austere or formal; ...
unbendingly
See unbending. * * *
unbeneficed
adj. * * *
unbeneficent
adj.; unbeneficently, adv. * * *
unbeneficial
adj.; unbeneficially, adv.; unbeneficialness, n. * * *
unbenefited
adj. * * *
unbenefiting
adj. * * *
unbenevolent
adj.; unbenevolently, adv. * * *
unbenign
adj.; unbenignly, adv. * * *
unbenignant
adj.; unbenignantly, adv. * * *
unbenignity
n., pl. unbenignities. * * *
unbent
/un bent"/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of unbend. adj. 2. not bent; unbowed. 3. not having yielded or submitted. [1475-85; (in defs. 2 and 3) UN-1 + BENT1] * * *
unbenumbed
adj. * * *
unbequeathable
adj. * * *
unbequeathed
adj. * * *
unbereaved
adj. * * *
unberouged
adj. * * *
unberth
v.t. * * *
unbeseeching
adj.; unbeseechingly, adv. * * *
unbeseeming
adj. * * *
unbeset
adj. * * *
unbesieged
adj. * * *
unbesmeared
adj. * * *
unbesmirched
adj. * * *
unbesmutted
adj. * * *
unbesought
adj. * * *
unbespoken
adj. * * *
unbesprinkled
adj. * * *
unbestowed
adj. * * *
unbet
adj. * * *
unbetrayed
adj. * * *
unbetraying
adj. * * *
unbetrothed
adj. * * *
unbettered
adj. * * *
unbeveled
adj. * * *
unbevelled
adj. * * *
unbewailed
adj. * * *
unbewailing
adj. * * *
unbewildered
adj.; unbewilderedly, adv. * * *
unbewildering
adj.; unbewilderingly, adv. * * *
unbewitched
adj. * * *
unbewitching
adj.; unbewitchingly, adv. * * *
unbewrayed
adj. * * *
unbiased
—unbiasedly, adv. /un buy"euhst/, adj. not biased or prejudiced; fair; impartial. Also, esp. Brit., unbiassed. [1600-10; UN-1 + BIASED] Syn. fair, equitable, tolerant, ...
unbiasedly
See unbiased. * * *
unbiasedness
See unbiasedly. * * *
unbiblical
/un bib"li keuhl/, adj. not in accord with or sanctioned by biblical teaching. [1820-30; UN-1 + BIBLICAL] * * *
unbibulous
adj.; unbibulously, adv.; unbibulousness, n. * * *
unbickered
adj. * * *
unbickering
adj. * * *
unbiddable
adj. * * *
unbidden
/un bid"n/, adj. 1. not ordered or commanded; spontaneous. 2. not asked or summoned; uninvited. Also, unbid. [bef. 1050; ME unbiden, OE unbeden. See UN-1, BIDDEN] * * *
unbigamous
adj.; unbigamously, adv. * * *
unbigoted
adj. * * *
unbilious
adj.; unbiliously, adv.; unbiliousness, n. * * *
unbillable
adj. * * *
unbilled
adj. * * *
unbilleted
adj. * * *
unbind
/un buynd"/, v.t., unbound, unbinding. 1. to release from bonds or restraint, as a prisoner; free. 2. to unfasten or loose, as a bond or tie. [bef. 950; ME unbinden, OE unbindan; ...
unbinned
adj. * * *
unbiographical
adj.; unbiographically, adv. * * *
unbiological
adj.; unbiologically, adv. * * *
unbirdlike
adj. * * *
unbit
v.t., unbitted, unbitting. adj. * * *
unbiting
adj. * * *
unbitted
/un bit"id/, adj. 1. not bitted or bridled. 2. uncontrolled. [1580-90; UN-1 + BITTED] * * *


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