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unbitten
adj. * * *
unbitter
adj. * * *
unblacked
adj. * * *
unblackened
adj. * * *
unblade
v.t., unbladed, unblading. * * *
unblamable
adj.; unblamableness, n.; unblamably, adv. * * *
unblamed
adj. * * *
unblaming
adj. * * *
unblanched
adj. * * *
unblanketed
adj. * * *
unblasphemed
adj. * * *
unblasted
adj. * * *
unblazoned
adj. * * *
unbleached
adj. * * *
unbleaching
adj. * * *
unbled
adj. * * *
unbleeding
adj. * * *
unblemishable
adj. * * *
unblemished
adj. * * *
unblemishing
adj. * * *
unblenched
/un blencht"/, adj. Archaic. undaunted. [1625-35; UN-1 + BLENCH1 + -ED2] * * *
unblenching
adj.; unblenchingly, adv. * * *
unblendable
adj. * * *
unblended
adj. * * *
unblent
adj. * * *
unblessed
—unblessedness /un bles"id nis/, n. /un blest"/, adj. 1. excluded from or lacking a blessing. 2. not sanctified or hallowed. 3. wicked; evil. 4. unhappy; wretched. Also, ...
unblessedness
See unblessed. * * *
unblighted
adj.; unblightedly, adv.; unblightedness, n. * * *
unblinded
/un bluyn"did/, adj. 1. not physically blinded. 2. without illusions: an unblinded view of reality. [1605-15; UN-1 + BLIND + -ED2] * * *
unblindfolded
adj. * * *
unblinding
adj. * * *
unblinkered
adj. * * *
unblinking
—unblinkingly, adv. /un bling"king/, adj. 1. not blinking. 2. without displaying response, as surprise, confusion, or chagrin: an unblinking reaction to the charges. 3. not ...
unblinkingly
See unblinking. * * *
unblissful
adj.; unblissfully, adv.; unblissfulness, n. * * *
unblistered
adj. * * *
unbloated
adj. * * *
unblock
/un blok"/, v.t. 1. to remove a block or obstruction from: to unblock a channel; to unblock a person's credit. 2. Bridge. to play (a suit) so that the last card of the suit in ...
unblockaded
adj. * * *
unblocked
adj. * * *
unblooded
/un blud"id/, adj. 1. not having a good pedigree: an unblooded horse. 2. unbloodied. [1585-95; UN-1 + BLOODED] * * *
unbloodied
/un blud"eed/, adj. not stained or smeared with blood: an unbloodied dagger at the scene of the crime. [1585-95; UN-1 + BLOODIED] * * *
unbloodily
adv. * * *
unbloodiness
n. * * *
unbloody
adj. * * *
unbloomed
adj. * * *
unblossomed
adj. * * *
unblossoming
adj. * * *
unblotted
adj. * * *
unbloused
adj. * * *
unblown
adj. * * *
unblued
adj. * * *
unbluffable
adj. * * *
unbluffed
adj. * * *
unbluffing
adj. * * *
unblundering
adj. * * *
unblunted
adj. * * *
unblurred
adj. * * *
unblushing
—unblushingly, adv. —unblushingness, n. /un blush"ing/, adj. 1. showing no shame or remorse; shameless: an unblushing confession. 2. not blushing. [1585-95; UN-1 + ...
unblushingly
See unblushing. * * *
unblusterous
adj.; unblusterously, adv. * * *
unboarded
adj. * * *
unboasted
adj. * * *
unboastful
adj.; unboastfully, adv.; unboastfulness, n. * * *
unboasting
adj. * * *
unbobbed
adj. * * *
unbodied
/un bod"eed/, adj. 1. incorporeal; disembodied. 2. lacking a form; formless; shapeless. [1505-15; UN-1 + BODIED] * * *
unboding
adj. * * *
unboggy
adj. * * *
unboiled
adj. * * *
unboisterous
adj.; unboisterously, adv.; unboisterousness, n. * * *
unbold
adj.; unboldly, adv.; unboldness, n. * * *
unbolster
v.t. * * *
unbolstered
adj. * * *
unbolt
/un bohlt"/, v.t. 1. to open (a door, window, etc.) by or as if by removing a bolt; unlock; unfasten. 2. to release, as by the removal of threaded bolts: He unscrewed the nuts ...
unbolted
unbolted1 /un bohl"tid/, adj. not fastened or secured, as with a bolt or bolts. [1570-80; UN-1 + BOLT1 + -ED2] unbolted2 /un bohl"tid/, adj. not sifted, as grain. [1560-70; UN-1 ...
unbombarded
adj. * * *
unbombastic
adj. * * *
unbombastically
adv. * * *
unbombed
adj. * * *
unbondable
adj. * * *
unbonded
adj. * * *
unboned
/un bohnd"/, adj. 1. lacking bones. 2. not having the bones removed: an unboned chicken. [1640-50; UN-1 + BONED] * * *
unbonnet
/un bon"it/, v.i. 1. to uncover the head, as in respect. v.t. 2. to remove the bonnet from. [1800-10; UN-2 + BONNET] * * *
unbonneted
/un bon"i tid/, adj. bareheaded. [1595-1605; UN-1 + BONNET + -ED2] * * *
unbooked
adj. * * *
unbookish
adj.; unbookishly, adv.; unbookishness, n. * * *
unbooted
adj. * * *
unbordered
adj. * * *
unbored
adj. * * *
unboring
adj. * * *
unborn
/un bawrn"/, adj. 1. not yet born; yet to come; future: unborn generations. 2. not yet delivered; still existing in the mother's womb: an unborn baby. 3. existing without birth ...
unborne
adj. * * *
unborrowed
adj. * * *
unborrowing
adj. * * *
unbosom
—unbosomer, n. /un booz"euhm, -booh"zeuhm/, v.t. 1. to disclose (a confidence, secret, etc.). v.i. 2. to disclose one's thoughts, feelings, or the like, esp. in confidence. 3. ...
unbosomer
See unbosom. * * *
unbossed
adj. * * *
unbotanical
adj. * * *
unbothered
adj. * * *
unbothering
adj. * * *
unbottle
v.t., unbottled, unbottling. * * *
unbottom
v.t. * * *
unbought
adj. * * *
unbound
/un bownd"/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of unbind. adj. 2. not bound, as a book. 3. free; not attached, as by a chemical bond: unbound electrons. [bef. 900; (adj.) ME unbounde, unbunden, ...
unbounded
—unboundedly, adv. —unboundedness, n. /un bown"did/, adj. 1. having no limits, borders, or bounds. 2. unrestrained; uncontrolled: unbounded enthusiasm. [1590-1600; UN-1 + ...
unboundedly
See unbounded. * * *
unboundedness
See unboundedly. * * *
unbounteous
adj.; unbounteously, adv.; unbounteousness, n. * * *
unbountiful
adj.; unbountifully, adv.; unbountifulness, n. * * *
unbowdlerized
adj. * * *
unbowed
/un bowd"/, adj. 1. not bowed or bent. 2. not yielding or submitting, as to defeat; not subjugated: Even when their country was occupied, the people of Norway remained ...
unbowing
adj. * * *
unbowled
adj. * * *
unbox
v.t. * * *
unboyish
adj.; unboyishly, adv.; unboyishness, n. * * *
unbrace
/un brays"/, v.t., unbraced, unbracing. 1. to remove the braces of. 2. to free from tension; relax. 3. to weaken. [1350-1400; ME unbracen to free of clothing or armor. See UN-2, ...
unbraceleted
adj. * * *
unbracketed
adj. * * *
unbragging
adj. * * *
unbraid
/un brayd"/, v.t. to separate (anything braided, as hair) into the several strands. [1820-30; UN-2 + BRAID] * * *
unbrailed
adj. * * *
unbranched
adj. * * *
unbranching
adj. * * *
unbranded
/un bran"did/, adj. 1. not branded or marked to show ownership: an unbranded calf. 2. Com. carrying no brand or trademark of a manufacturer: unbranded canned foods. [1635-45; UN- ...
unbrandied
adj. * * *
unbrave
adj.; unbravely, adv.; unbraveness, n. * * *
unbraved
adj. * * *
unbrawling
adj. * * *
unbrawny
adj. * * *
unbrazen
adj.; unbrazenly, adv.; unbrazenness, n. * * *
unbreachable
adj.; unbreachableness, n.; unbreachably, adv. * * *
unbreached
adj. * * *
unbreaded
adj. * * *
unbreakable
adj.; unbreakableness, n.; unbreakably, adv. * * *
unbreakableness
See unbreakable. * * *
unbreakably
See unbreakableness. * * *
unbreaking
adj. * * *
unbreathable
adj. * * *
unbreathed
/un breedhd"/, adj. 1. not breathed: unbreathed air. 2. not disclosed; uncommunicated, as a secret. [1580-90; UN-1 + BREATHED] * * *
unbreathing
adj. * * *
unbred
/un bred"/, adj. 1. not taught or trained. 2. not bred or mated, as a stock animal; not yet bred: An unbred cow gives no milk. [1590-1600; UN-1 + BRED] * * *
unbreeched
adj. * * *
unbreezy
adj. * * *
unbrewed
adj. * * *
unbribable
adj.; unbribably, adv. * * *
unbribed
adj. * * *
unbribing
adj. * * *
unbricked
adj. * * *
unbridgeable
adj. * * *
unbridgeably
See unbridgeable. * * *
unbridged
adj. * * *
unbridle
/un bruyd"l/, v.t., unbridled, unbridling. 1. to remove the bridle from (a horse, mule, etc.). 2. to free from restraint. [1350-1400; ME unbridlen. See UN-2, BRIDLE (v.)] * * *
unbridled
/un bruyd"ld/, adj. 1. not controlled or restrained: unbridled enthusiasm. 2. not fitted with a bridle. [1325-75; ME unbrydled. See UN-1, BRIDLED] * * *
unbridledly
See unbridled. * * *
unbrief
adj.; unbriefly, adv.; unbriefness, n. * * *
unbriefed
adj. * * *
unbright
adj.; unbrightly, adv.; unbrightness, n. * * *
unbrightened
adj. * * *
unbrilliant
adj.; unbrilliantly, adv.; unbrilliantness, n. * * *
unbrimming
adj. * * *
unbrined
adj. * * *
unbristled
adj. * * *
unbrittle
adj.; unbrittleness, n. * * *
unbroached
adj. * * *
unbroadcasted
adj. * * *
unbroadened
adj. * * *
unbrocaded
adj. * * *
unbroiled
adj. * * *
unbroke
/un brohk"/, adj. Obs. unbroken. * * *
unbroken
—unbrokenly, adv. —unbrokenness, n. /un broh"keuhn/, adj. 1. not broken; whole; intact. 2. uninterrupted; continuous. 3. not tamed, as a horse. 4. undisturbed; ...
unbrokenly
See unbroken. * * *
unbrokenness
See unbrokenly. * * *
unbronzed
adj. * * *
unbrooch
v.t. * * *
unbrooded
adj. * * *
unbrooding
adj. * * *
unbrothered
adj. * * *
unbrotherly
adj., adv. * * *
unbrought
adj. * * *
unbrowned
adj. * * *
unbrowsing
adj. * * *
unbruised
adj. * * *
unbrushable
adj. * * *
unbrushed
adj. * * *
unbrutalize
v.t., unbrutalized, unbrutalizing. * * *
unbrutize
v.t., unbrutized, unbrutizing. * * *
unbuckle
/un buk"euhl/, v., unbuckled, unbuckling. v.i. 1. to unfasten the buckle or buckles of. v.i. 2. to undo a buckle. [1350-1400; ME unboclen. See UN-2, BUCKLE] * * *
unbud
v.t., unbudded, unbudding. * * *
unbudgeable
—unbudgeability, unbudgeableness, n. —unbudgeably, adv. /un buj"euh beuhl/, adj. incapable of being budged or changed; inflexible: an unbudgeable opinion. [1925-30; UN-1 + ...
unbudged
adj. * * *
unbudgeted
adj. * * *
unbudging
adj. * * *
unbuffed
adj. * * *
unbuffered
adj. * * *
unbuffeted
adj. * * *
unbugged
adj. * * *
unbuild
/un bild"/, v.t., unbuilt, unbuilding. to demolish (something built); raze. [1600-10; UN-2 + BUILD] * * *
unbuildable
adj. * * *
unbuilt
unbuilt [unbilt′] adj. not yet built (on) * * *
unbulky
adj. * * *
unbullied
adj. * * *
unbullying
adj. * * *
unbumped
adj. * * *
unbumptious
adj.; unbumptiously, adv.; unbumptiousness, n. * * *
unbunched
adj. * * *
unbundle
/un bun"dl/, v., unbundled, unbundling. v.t. 1. to separate the charges for (related products or services usually offered as a package): to unbundle computer hardware and ...
unbundled
/un bun"dld/, adj. (of related products or services) sold separately rather than as a package: unbundled financial services. [1965-70; UNBUNDLE + -ED2] * * *
unbundling
un·bun·dling (ŭn-bŭnʹdlĭng) n. The separate pricing of goods and services. * * *
unbungling
adj. * * *
unbuoyant
adj.; unbuoyantly, adv. * * *
unbuoyed
adj. * * *
unburden
/un berr"dn/, v.t. 1. to free from a burden. 2. to relieve (one's mind, conscience, etc.) by revealing or confessing something. 3. to cast off or get rid of, as a burden or ...
unburdensome
adj. * * *
unbureaucratic
adj. * * *
unburglarized
adj. * * *
unburied
adj. * * *
unburlesqued
adj. * * *
unburly
adj. * * *
unburnable
adj. * * *
unburned
adj. * * *
unburning
adj. * * *
unburnished
adj. * * *
unburnt
adj. * * *
unburrowed
adj. * * *
unburst
adj. * * *
unburstable
adj. * * *
unbusily
adv. * * *
unbusinesslike
adj. * * *
unbuskined
adj. * * *
unbustling
adj. * * *
unbusy
adj. * * *
unbutchered
adj. * * *
unbuttered
adj. * * *
unbutton
/un but"n/, v.t. 1. to free (buttons) from buttonholes; unfasten or undo. 2. to unfasten by or as if by unbuttoning: to unbutton a jacket. 3. to disclose (one's feelings, ...
unbuttoned
/un but"nd/, adj. 1. not buttoned. 2. Informal. free, open, or informal; unrestrained: unbuttoned humor. [1575-85; UNBUTTON + -ED2 or UN-1 + BUTTONED] * * *
unbuttressed
adj. * * *
unbuyable
adj. * * *
unbuying
adj. * * *
unbylined
adj. * * *
UNC
United Nations Command. Also, U.N.C. * * *
uncabined
adj. * * *
uncabled
adj. * * *
uncacophonous
adj. * * *
uncadenced
adj. * * *
uncage
/un kayj"/, v.t., uncaged, uncaging. to set free from or as if from a cage; free from confinement or restraint. [1610-20; UN-2 + CAGE] * * *
uncaged
/un kayjd"/, adj. 1. not confined in a cage. 2. free or set free from confinement or restraint: the uncaged spirit of a freethinker. [1725-35; UN-1 + CAGE + -ED2 for def. 1; ...
uncajoling
adj. * * *
uncake
v.t., uncaked, uncaking. * * *
uncalamitous
adj.; uncalamitously, adv. * * *
uncalcareous
adj. * * *
uncalcified
adj. * * *
uncalcined
adj. * * *
uncalculable
adj.; uncalculably, adv. * * *
uncalculated
adj. * * *
uncalculating
adj.; uncalculatingly, adv. * * *
uncalculative
adj. * * *
uncalendared
adj. * * *
uncalibrated
adj. * * *
uncalk
v.t. * * *
uncalked
adj. * * *
uncalled
adj. * * *
uncalled-for
/un kawld"fawr'/, adj. 1. not called for; not required; superfluous; unwanted. 2. unwarranted; unjustified; improper: an uncalled-for criticism. [1600-10] * * *


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