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unchiming
adj. * * *
unchinked
adj. * * *
unchippable
adj. * * *
unchipped
adj. * * *
unchipping
adj. * * *
unchiseled
adj. * * *
unchiselled
adj. * * *
unchivalric
adj. * * *
unchivalrous
adj.; unchivalrously, adv.; unchivalrousness, n. * * *
unchivalry
n. * * *
unchloridized
adj. * * *
unchlorinated
adj. * * *
unchoke
/un chohk"/, v.t., unchoked, unchoking. to free of obstruction or congestion. [1580-90; UN-2 + CHOKE] * * *
unchokeable
adj. * * *
unchoked
adj. * * *
uncholeric
adj. * * *
unchoosable
adj. * * *
unchopped
adj. * * *
unchoreographed
adj. * * *
unchosen
adj. * * *
unchristened
adj. * * *
unchristian
—unchristianly, adv. /un kris"cheuhn/, adj. 1. not conforming to Christian teaching or principles: unchristian selfishness. 2. not Christian. 3. Informal. unsuitable for ...
unchristianize
v.t., unchristianized, unchristianizing. * * *
unchromatic
adj. * * *
unchromed
adj. * * *
unchronic
adj. * * *
unchronically
adv. * * *
unchronicled
adj. * * *
unchronological
adj.; unchronologically, adv. * * *
unchurch
/un cherrch"/, v.t. 1. to expel (a person) from a church; excommunicate. 2. to deprive of the character and rights of a church. [1610-20; UN-2 + CHURCH] * * *
unchurched
/un cherrcht"/, adj. not being a member of a church; not attending any church. [1675-85; UN-1 + CHURCH + -ED2] * * *
unchurchly
adj. * * *
unchurlish
adj.; unchurlishly, adv.; unchurlishness, n. * * *
unchurn
v.t. * * *
unchurned
adj. * * *
unci
un·ci (ŭnʹsī) n. Plural of uncus. * * *
uncia
/un"shee euh/, n., pl. unciae /-shee ee'/. 1. a bronze coin of ancient Rome, the 12th part of an as. 2. (in prescriptions) an ounce of weight or volume. [1685-95; < L: a twelfth ...
uncial
—uncially, adv. /un"shee euhl, -sheuhl/, adj. 1. designating, written in, or pertaining to a form of majuscule writing having a curved or rounded shape and used chiefly in ...
unciform
/un"seuh fawrm'/, adj. hook-shaped. [1725-35; < NL unciformis, equiv. to L unc(us) a hook, barb (c. Gk ónkos) + -i- -I- + -formis -FORM] * * *
unciliated
adj. * * *
uncinaria
un·ci·nar·i·a (ŭn'sə-nârʹē-ə) n. See hookworm.   [New Latin Uncīnāria, hookworm genus, from Latin uncīnus, barb. See uncinate.] * * *
uncinariasis
/un'seuh neuh ruy"euh sis/, n. Pathol. hookworm (def. 2). [1900-05; < NL Uncinar(ia) name of the genus (L uncin(us) (see UNCINATE) + -aria -ARIA) + -iasis -IASIS] * * *
uncinate
/un"seuh nit, -nayt'/, adj. Biol. hooked; bent at the end like a hook. [1750-60; < L uncinat(us) furnished with hooks, equiv. to uncinus hook (unc(us) hook + -inus -INE1) + -atus ...
uncinate process
Ornith. a curved, bony process on certain ribs of birds that projects backward and overlaps the succeeding rib, serving to strengthen the thorax. [1880-85] * * *
uncinch
v.t. * * *
uncinctured
adj. * * *
uncinematic
adj. * * *
UNCIO
United Nations Conference on International Organization. * * *
uncircled
adj. * * *
uncircuitous
adj.; uncircuitously, adv.; uncircuitousness, n. * * *
uncircular
adj.; uncircularly, adv. * * *
uncircularized
adj. * * *
uncirculated
adj. * * *
uncirculating
adj. * * *
uncirculative
adj. * * *
uncircumcised
/un serr"keuhm suyzd'/, adj. 1. not circumcised. 2. not Jewish; gentile. 3. heathen; unregenerate. [1350-1400; ME; see UN-1, CIRCUMCISED] * * *
uncircumcision
/un'serr keuhm sizh"euhn/, n. 1. the state or condition of being uncircumcised. 2. people who are not circumcised; gentiles. Rom. 2:26. [1520-30; UN-1 + CIRCUMCISION] * * *
uncircumscribed
adj. * * *
uncircumspect
adj.; uncircumspectly, adv.; uncircumspectness, n. * * *
uncircumstantial
adj.; uncircumstantially, adv. * * *
uncircumvented
adj. * * *
uncitable
adj. * * *
unciteable
adj. * * *
uncited
adj. * * *
uncitied
adj. * * *
uncitizenlike
adj. * * *
uncitizenly
adj. * * *
uncivic
adj. * * *
uncivil
—uncivility /un'seuh vil"i tee/, uncivilness, n. —uncivilly, adv. /un siv"euhl/, adj. 1. without good manners; unmannerly; rude; impolite; discourteous. 2. ...
uncivilizable
adj. * * *
uncivilize
v.t., uncivilized, uncivilizing. * * *
uncivilized
—uncivilizedly /un siv"euh luy'zid lee, -luyzd'-/, adv. —uncivilizedness, n. /un siv"euh luyzd'/, adj. not civilized or cultured; barbarous. [1600-10; UN-1 + CIVILIZED] * * *
uncivilizedly
See uncivilized. * * *
uncivilly
See uncivil. * * *
uncivilness
See uncivilly. * * *
unclad
/un klad"/, v. 1. a pt. and pp. of unclothe. adj. 2. naked; nude; undressed. [1375-1425; late ME; see UN-1, CLAD] * * *
unclaimed
adj. * * *
unclaiming
adj. * * *
unclamorous
adj.; unclamorously, adv.; unclamorousness, n. * * *
unclamp
/un klamp"/, v.t. to undo the clamps of: to unclamp one's ski boots. [1800-10; UN-2 + CLAMP] * * *
unclamped
adj. * * *
unclandestinely
adv. * * *
unclannish
adj.; unclannishly, adv.; unclannishness, n. * * *
unclarified
adj. * * *
unclarifying
adj. * * *
unclarity
n. * * *
unclashing
adj. * * *
unclasp
/un klasp", -klahsp"/, v.t. 1. to undo the clasp or clasps of; unfasten. 2. to release from the grasp: to unclasp a sword handle. v.i. 3. to become unclasped, as the hands or ...
unclassable
adj. * * *
unclassed
adj. * * *
unclassical
—unclassically, adv. /un klas"i keuhl/, adj. 1. not classical; contrary to classical precepts. 2. Physics. (formerly) nonclassical (def. 2). [1715-25; UN-1 + CLASSICAL] * * *
unclassifiable
adj.; unclassifiableness, n.; unclassifiably, adv. * * *
unclassified
/un klas"euh fuyd'/, adj. 1. not assigned to a class or category; not arranged according to characteristics: Reported instances fall into two main types, with a few unclassified ...
unclassifying
adj. * * *
unclassy
/un klas"ee/, adj. Slang. not classy; lacking in good taste or sense; crude: Always being late for appointments is unclassy. [UN-1 + CLASSY] * * *
unclawed
adj. * * *
unclayed
adj. * * *
uncle
—uncleless, adj. —uncleship, n. /ung"keuhl/, n. 1. a brother of one's father or mother. 2. an aunt's husband. 3. a familiar title or term of address for any elderly man. 4. ...
Uncle Ben’s{™}
a US product name for rice produced by the Uncle Ben’s Converted Brand Rice Company. The original Uncle Ben was a farmer in Texas who supplied rice to the Converted Rice ...
Uncle Remus
/ree"meuhs/ a character in several books by Joel Chandler Harris: a former plantation slave who tells animal tales to a little boy. * * *
Uncle Sam
a personification of the government or people of the U.S.: represented as a tall, lean man with white chin whiskers, wearing a blue tailcoat, red-and-white-striped trousers, and ...
Uncle Tom
—Uncle Tomish. Disparaging and Offensive. a black man considered by other blacks to be subservient to or to curry favor with whites. Cf. Aunt Jemima. [1920-25, Amer.; so called ...
Uncle Tom Cobbleigh
a character from the traditional English song Widdicombe Fair. The song includes a long list of people who go to the fair, ending with the line ‘Old Uncle Tom Cobbleigh and ...
Uncle Tom's Cabin
an antislavery novel (1852) by Harriet Beecher Stowe. * * *
Uncle Tomism
a policy of relationship between whites and blacks involving a benevolent but patronizing attitude on the part of the whites and a willingly submissive attitude on the part of ...
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
a novel (1852) by the US writer Harriet Beecher Stowe which increased support for the movement to free slaves. It is about a kind slave called Tom who is badly treated and ...
Uncle Vanya
/vahn"yeuh/ a play (1897) by Anton Chekhov. * * *
unclean
—uncleanness, n. /un kleen"/, adj., uncleaner, uncleanest. 1. not clean; dirty. 2. morally impure; evil; vile: unclean thoughts. 3. Chiefly Biblical. having a physical or moral ...
uncleanable
adj. * * *
uncleaned
adj. * * *
uncleanliness
See uncleanly. * * *
uncleanly
uncleanly1 /un kleen"lee/, adv. in an unclean manner. [bef. 950; OE unclaenlice (not recorded in ME). See UN-1, CLEANLY] uncleanly2 —uncleanliness, n. /un klen"lee/, adj., ...
uncleanness
See unclean. * * *
uncleansable
adj. * * *
uncleansed
adj. * * *
unclear
adj.; unclearly, adv. * * *
unclearable
adj. * * *
uncleared
adj. * * *
unclearing
adj. * * *
uncleavable
adj. * * *
uncleft
adj. * * *
uncleless
See uncle. * * *
unclench
/un klench"/, v.t., v.i. to open or become opened from a clenched state. Also, unclinch /un klinch"/. [1300-50; ME unclenchen. See UN-2, CLENCH] * * *
unclerical
adj.; unclerically, adv. * * *
unclerkly
adj. * * *
UncleSam
Uncle Sam (săm) n. 1. The government of the United States, often personified by a representation of a tall, thin man having a white beard and wearing a blue tailcoat, ...
UncleTom
Uncle Tom (tŏm) n. Offensive A Black person who is regarded as being humiliatingly subservient or deferential to white people.   [After Uncle Tom, a character in Uncle Tom's ...
UncleTomism
Uncle Tom·ism (tŏmʹĭz'əm) n. Offensive Deferential, subservient behavior and attitudes believed characteristic of an Uncle Tom: “Some will seek ‘status’ through ...
unclever
adj.; uncleverly, adv.; uncleverness, n. * * *
unclimactic
adj. * * *
unclimaxed
adj. * * *
unclimbable
adj. * * *
unclimbed
adj. * * *
unclimbing
adj. * * *
unclinging
adj. * * *
unclinical
adj. * * *
unclip
v.t., unclipped, unclipping. * * *
unclipped
unclipped [spelling only] * * *
unclipper
n. * * *
uncloak
/un klohk"/, v.t. 1. to remove the cloak from. 2. to reveal; expose: His motives were uncloaked at last. v.i. 3. to take off the cloak or the outer garments ...
unclog
—unclogger, n. /un klog", -klawg"/, v., unclogged, unclogging. v.t. 1. to free of an obstruction or impediment: to unclog a drain; to unclog rush-hour traffic. v.i. 2. to ...
uncloistered
adj. * * *
uncloistral
adj. * * *
unclosable
adj. * * *
unclose
/un klohz"/, v.t., v.i., unclosed, unclosing. to bring or come out of a closed state; open. [1300-50; ME unclosen. See UN-2, CLOSE] * * *
unclosed
/un klohzd"/, adj. 1. not closed: an unclosed door. 2. not brought to a conclusion or settlement; unfinished. [1350-1400; ME; see UN-1, CLOSED] * * *
uncloseted
adj. * * *
unclothe
/un klohdh"/, v.t., unclothed or unclad /-klad"/, unclothing. 1. to strip of clothes. 2. to remove a covering from; lay bare; uncover. [1250-1300; ME unclothen. See UN-2, ...
unclotted
adj. * * *
unclouded
adj. * * *
uncloudy
adj. * * *
uncloven
adj. * * *
uncloyed
adj. * * *
uncloying
adj. * * *
unclubbable
/un klub"euh beuhl/, adj. Brit. not acceptable as a person with whom one can enjoy good fellowship; socially unappealing. [1755-65; UN-1 + CLUBBABLE] * * *
unclustered
adj. * * *
unclustering
adj. * * *
unclutchable
adj. * * *
unclutched
adj. * * *
unclutter
v.t. * * *
uncluttered
adj. * * *
unco
/ung"koh/, adj., adv., n., pl. uncos. Scot. and North Eng. adj. 1. remarkable; extraordinary. 2. unusual; strange. 3. uncanny. adv. 4. remarkably; extremely. n. 5. something ...
uncoachable
adj. * * *
uncoached
adj. * * *
uncoagulable
adj. * * *
uncoagulated
adj. * * *
uncoagulating
adj. * * *
uncoagulative
adj. * * *
uncoalescent
adj. * * *
uncoarse
adj.; uncoarsely, adv.; uncoarseness, n. * * *
uncoated
adj. * * *
uncoaxable
adj. * * *
uncoaxal
adj. * * *
uncoaxed
adj. * * *
uncoaxial
adj. * * *
uncoaxing
adj. * * *
uncobbled
adj. * * *
uncock
v.t. * * *
uncocked
adj. * * *
uncoddled
adj. * * *
uncoded
/un koh"did/, adj. 1. not coded; not in code: an uncoded message. 2. being or pertaining to mail with no zip code or an incorrect one; unzipped. [1915-20; UN-1 + CODED] * * *
uncodified
adj. * * *
uncoerced
adj. * * *
uncoffin
v.t. * * *
uncoffined
/un kaw"find, -kof"ind/, adj. not put into a coffin: an uncoffined corpse. [1640-50; UN-1 + COFFIN + -ED3] * * *
uncogent
adj.; uncogently, adv. * * *
uncogged
adj. * * *
uncognizable
adj. * * *
uncognizant
adj. * * *
uncognized
adj. * * *
uncognoscible
adj. * * *
uncohesive
adj.; uncohesively, adv.; uncohesiveness, n. * * *
uncoifed
adj. * * *
uncoil
/un koyl"/, v.t., v.i. to unwind from a coiled position. [1705-15; UN-2 + COIL1] * * *
uncoiled
adj. * * *
uncoincided
adj. * * *
uncoincident
adj.; uncoincidently, adv. * * *
uncoincidental
adj.; uncoincidentally, adv. * * *
uncoinciding
adj. * * *
uncoined
adj. * * *
uncoked
adj. * * *
uncollaborative
adj.; uncollaboratively, adv. * * *
uncollapsable
adj. * * *
uncollapsed
adj. * * *
uncollapsible
adj. * * *
uncollar
v.t. * * *
uncollated
adj. * * *
uncollateralized
/un'keuh lat"euhr euh luyzd'/, adj. lacking or needing no collateral: uncollateralized loans. [UN-1 + COLLATERAL + -IZE + -ED2] * * *
uncollectable
uncollectable [spelling only] * * *
uncollected
adj. * * *
uncollectible
/un'keuh lek"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. that cannot be collected: an uncollectible debt. n. 2. something, as a financial obligation, that cannot be collected: an increase in the ...
uncollective
adj.; uncollectively, adv. * * *
uncollegiate
adj. * * *
uncolloquial
adj.; uncolloquially, adv. * * *
uncollusive
adj. * * *
uncolonial
adj. * * *
uncolonize
v.t., uncolonized, uncolonizing. * * *
uncolonized
uncolonized [spelling only] * * *
uncolorable
adj.; uncolorably, adv. * * *
uncolored
adj.; uncoloredly, adv.; uncoloredness, n. * * *
uncolorful
adj. * * *
uncombable
adj. * * *
uncombatable
adj. * * *
uncombatant
adj. * * *
uncombated
adj. * * *
uncombative
adj. * * *
uncombed
adj. * * *
uncombinable
adj.; uncombinably, adv. * * *
uncombinational
adj. * * *
uncombinative
adj. * * *
uncombined
adj. * * *
uncombining
adj. * * *
uncombustible
adj. * * *
uncombustive
adj. * * *
uncomely
adj. * * *
uncomfortable
—uncomfortableness, n. —uncomfortably, adv. /un kumf"teuh beuhl, -kum"feuhr teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. causing discomfort or distress; painful; irritating. 2. in a state of ...
uncomfortableness
See uncomfortable. * * *
uncomfortably
See uncomfortableness. * * *
uncomforted
adj. * * *
uncomforting
adj. * * *
uncomic
adj. * * *
uncomical
adj.; uncomically, adv. * * *
uncommanded
adj. * * *
uncommanderlike
adj. * * *
uncommemorated
adj. * * *
uncommemorative
adj.; uncommemoratively, adv. * * *
uncommenced
adj. * * *
uncommendable
adj.; uncommendably, adv. * * *
uncommendatory
adj. * * *
uncommensurate
adj.; uncommensurately, adv. * * *
uncommented
adj. * * *
uncommenting
adj. * * *
uncommercial
/un'keuh merr"sheuhl/, adj. 1. not engaged in or involved with commerce or trade. 2. not in accordance with commercial principles or practices. 3. not producing or likely to ...
uncommingled
adj. * * *
uncomminuted
adj. * * *
uncommiserated
adj. * * *
uncommiserating
adj. * * *
uncommiserative
adj.; uncommiseratively, adv. * * *
uncommissioned
adj. * * *
uncommit
v., uncommitted, uncommitting. * * *


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