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unconstrained
adj. * * *
unconstraining
adj. * * *
unconstraint
/un'keuhn straynt"/, n. lack of constraint: Their home has a feeling of unconstraint and warm hospitableness. [1705-15; UN-1 + CONSTRAINT] * * *
unconstricted
adj. * * *
unconstrictive
adj. * * *
unconstruable
adj. * * *
unconstructed
/un'keuhn struk"tid/, adj. (of clothing) made with little or no padding, interfacing, or lining, so as to fit loosely or softly on the body. [1965-70; UN-1 + CONSTRUCT + -ED2] * ...
unconstructive
adj.; unconstructively, adv. * * *
unconstrued
adj. * * *
unconsultable
adj. * * *
unconsultative
adj. * * *
unconsultatory
adj. * * *
unconsulted
adj. * * *
unconsulting
adj. * * *
unconsumable
adj. * * *
unconsumed
adj. * * *
unconsuming
adj. * * *
unconsummate
adj.; unconsummately, adv. * * *
unconsummated
adj. * * *
unconsummative
adj. * * *
unconsumptive
adj.; unconsumptively, adv. * * *
uncontacted
adj. * * *
uncontagious
adj.; uncontagiously, adv. * * *
uncontainable
adj. * * *
uncontained
adj. * * *
uncontaminable
adj. * * *
uncontaminated
adj. * * *
uncontaminative
adj. * * *
uncontemned
adj. * * *
uncontemning
adj.; uncontemningly, adv. * * *
uncontemplable
adj. * * *
uncontemplated
adj. * * *
uncontemplative
adj.; uncontemplatively, adv.; uncontemplativeness, n. * * *
uncontemporaneous
adj.; uncontemporaneously, adv.; uncontemporaneousness, n. * * *
uncontemporary
adj. * * *
uncontemptible
adj.; uncontemptibleness, n.; uncontemptibly, adv. * * *
uncontemptuous
adj.; uncontemptuously, adv.; uncontemptuousness, n. * * *
uncontended
adj. * * *
uncontending
adj. * * *
uncontentious
adj.; uncontentiously, adv.; uncontentiousness, n. * * *
uncontestable
adj.; uncontestably, adv. * * *
uncontestant
n. * * *
uncontested
adj.; uncontestedly, adv. * * *
uncontiguous
adj.; uncontiguously, adv.; uncontiguousness, n. * * *
uncontinence
n. * * *
uncontinent
adj.; uncontinently, adv. * * *
uncontingent
adj.; uncontingently, adv. * * *
uncontinual
adj.; uncontinually, adv. * * *
uncontinued
adj. * * *
uncontinuous
adj.; uncontinuously, adv. * * *
uncontorted
adj.; uncontortedly, adv. * * *
uncontortioned
adj. * * *
uncontortive
adj. * * *
uncontoured
adj. * * *
uncontracted
adj. * * *
uncontractile
adj. * * *
uncontradictable
adj.; uncontradictably, adv. * * *
uncontradicted
adj.; uncontradictedly, adv. * * *
uncontradictive
adj. * * *
uncontradictory
adj. * * *
uncontrastable
adj.; uncontrastably, adv. * * *
uncontrasted
adj. * * *
uncontrasting
adj. * * *
uncontrastive
adj.; uncontrastively, adv. * * *
uncontributed
adj. * * *
uncontributing
adj. * * *
uncontributive
adj.; uncontributively, adv.; uncontributiveness, n. * * *
uncontributory
adj. * * *
uncontrite
adj. * * *
uncontrived
adj. * * *
uncontriving
adj. * * *
uncontrollability
See uncontrollable. * * *
uncontrollable
—uncontrollably, adv. /un'keuhn troh"leuh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being controlled or restrained: uncontrollable anger. n. 2. something, as an obligation, that cannot be ...
uncontrollableness
See uncontrollability. * * *
uncontrollably
uncontrollably [spelling only] * * * See uncontrollability. * * *
uncontrolled
adj. * * *
uncontrolledness
See uncontrolled. * * *
uncontrolling
adj. * * *
uncontroversial
adj.; uncontroversially, adv. * * *
uncontroversially
See uncontroversial. * * *
uncontroverted
adj.; uncontrovertedly, adv. * * *
uncontrovertible
adj.; uncontrovertibly, adv. * * *
uncontumacious
adj.; uncontumaciously, adv.; uncontumaciousness, n. * * *
unconvenable
adj. * * *
unconvened
adj. * * *
unconvening
adj. * * *
unconvention
n. * * *
unconventional
—unconventionalist, n. —unconventionally, adv. /un'keuhn ven"sheuh nl/, adj. not conventional; not bound by or conforming to convention, rule, or precedent; free from ...
unconventional warfare
warfare that is conducted within enemy lines through guerrilla tactics or subversion, usually supported at least in part by external forces. * * *
unconventionality
/un'keuhn ven'sheuh nal"i tee/, n., pl. unconventionalities for 2. 1. disregard for convention; the state or quality of being inconsistent with customs, rules, etc.; ...
unconventionally
See unconventionality. * * *
unconverged
adj. * * *
unconvergent
adj. * * *
unconverging
adj. * * *
unconversable
adj. * * *
unconversant
adj. * * *
unconverted
adj. * * *
unconvertible
adj.; unconvertibleness, n.; unconvertibly, adv. * * *
unconvicted
adj. * * *
unconvicting
adj. * * *
unconvictive
adj. * * *
unconvinced
adj. * * *
unconvincible
adj. * * *
unconvincing
adj.; unconvincingly, adv. * * *
unconvincingly
See unconvincing. * * *
unconvolute
adj.; unconvolutely, adv. * * *
unconvoluted
adj. * * *
unconvoyed
adj. * * *
unconvulsed
adj. * * *
unconvulsive
adj.; unconvulsively, adv.; unconvulsiveness, n. * * *
uncookable
adj. * * *
uncooked
adj. * * *
uncool
/un koohl"/, adj. Slang. 1. not self-assured or relaxed: He felt very uncool, making a speech to strangers. 2. not sophisticated or worldly-wise. [1955-60; UN-1 + COOL (def. ...
uncooled
adj. * * *
uncoop
v.t. * * *
uncooperating
adj. * * *
uncooperative
adj.; uncooperatively, adv.; uncooperativeness, n. * * *
uncooperatively
See uncooperative. * * *
uncooperativeness
See uncooperatively. * * *
uncoopered
adj. * * *
uncoordinate
adj.; uncoordinately, adv.; uncoordinateness, n. * * *
uncoordinated
adj. * * *
uncoordinatedly
See uncoordinated. * * *
uncopiable
adj. * * *
uncopied
adj. * * *
uncopious
adj. * * *
uncopyrighted
adj. * * *
uncoquettish
adj.; uncoquettishly, adv.; uncoquettishness, n. * * *
uncordial
adj.; uncordially, adv.; uncordialness, n. * * *
uncordiality
n. * * *
uncore
v.t., uncored, uncoring. * * *
uncork
/un kawrk"/, v.t. 1. to draw the cork from. 2. Informal. to release or unveil; unleash: to uncork one's pent-up emotions. [1720-30; UN-2 + CORK] * * *
uncorned
adj. * * *
uncornered
adj. * * *
uncoroneted
adj. * * *
uncorpulent
adj.; uncorpulently, adv. * * *
uncorrect
/un'keuh rekt"/, v.t. Navig. 1. to convert (a true course) into a magnetic course. 2. to convert (a magnetic course) into a compass course. [1495-1505; UN-2 + CORRECT] * * *
uncorrectable
adj.; uncorrectably, adv. * * *
uncorrected
adj. * * *
uncorrective
adj. * * *
uncorrelated
adj.; uncorrelatedly, adv. * * *
uncorrelative
adj.; uncorrelatively, adv.; uncorrelativeness, n. * * *
uncorresponding
adj.; uncorrespondingly, adv. * * *
uncorridored
adj. * * *
uncorroborant
adj. * * *
uncorroborated
adj. * * *
uncorroborative
adj.; uncorroboratively, adv. * * *
uncorroboratory
adj. * * *
uncorroded
adj. * * *
uncorrugated
adj. * * *
uncorrupt
adj.; uncorruptly, adv.; uncorruptness, n. * * *
uncorrupted
adj.; uncorruptedly, adv.; uncorruptedness, n. * * *
uncorruptible
adj.; uncorruptibleness, n.; uncorruptibly, adv. * * *
uncorrupting
adj. * * *
uncorruptive
adj. * * *
uncorseted
adj. * * *
uncosmopolitan
adj. * * *
uncosseted
adj. * * *
uncostly
adj. * * *
uncostumed
adj. * * *
uncottoned
adj. * * *
uncounseled
adj. * * *
uncounselled
adj. * * *
uncountable
/un kown"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not countable; incapable of having the total precisely ascertained: uncountable colonies of bacteria; uncountable kindnesses and small favors. 2. ...
uncounted
/un kown"tid/, adj. 1. not counted. 2. innumerable: Uncounted generations of tiny creatures built the coral atolls. [1490-1500; UN-1 + COUNT1 + -ED2] * * *
uncountenanced
adj. * * *
uncounteracted
adj. * * *
uncounterfeited
adj. * * *
uncountermanded
adj. * * *
uncountervailed
adj. * * *
uncountrified
adj. * * *
uncouple
/un kup"euhl/, v., uncoupled, uncoupling. v.t. 1. to release the coupling or link between; disconnect; let go: to uncouple railroad cars. v.i. 2. to become unfastened; let go: ...
uncoupler
See uncouple. * * *
uncourageous
adj.; uncourageously, adv.; uncourageousness, n. * * *
uncourted
adj. * * *
uncourteous
—uncourteously, adv. —uncourteousness, n. /un kerr"tee euhs/, adj. impolite; discourteous. [1275-1325; ME uncurteis. See UN-1, COURTEOUS] * * *
uncourtesy
n., pl. uncourtesies. * * *
uncourtierlike
adj. * * *
uncourting
adj. * * *
uncourtly
—uncourtliness, n. /un kawrt"lee, -kohrt"-/, adj. 1. not courtly; rude. 2. not conforming to the customs or usage of a royal court: an uncourtly lack of respect for hereditary ...
uncouth
—uncouthly, adv. —uncouthness, n. /un koohth"/, adj. 1. awkward, clumsy, or unmannerly: uncouth behavior; an uncouth relative who embarrasses the family. 2. strange and ...
uncouthly
See uncouth. * * *
uncouthness
See uncouthly. * * *
uncovenanted
/un kuv"euh neuhn tid/, adj. 1. not agreed to or promised by covenant. 2. not having joined in a covenant. [1640-50; UN-1 + COVENANT + -ED3] * * *
uncover
/un kuv"euhr/, v.t. 1. to lay bare; disclose; reveal. 2. to remove the cover or covering from. 3. to remove a hat from (the head). v.i. 4. to remove a cover or covering. 5. to ...
uncovered
/un kuv"euhrd/, adj. 1. having no cover or covering. 2. having the head bare. 3. not protected by collateral or other security, as a loan. 4. not protected by insurance: Workers ...
uncoveredoption
uncovered option n. See naked option. * * *
uncoveted
adj. * * *
uncoveting
adj. * * *
uncovetous
adj.; uncovetously, adv.; uncovetousness, n. * * *
uncowed
adj. * * *
uncoy
adj.; uncoyly, adv.; uncoyness, n. * * *
uncracked
adj. * * *
uncradled
adj. * * *
uncraftily
adv. * * *
uncraftiness
n. * * *
uncrafty
adj. * * *
uncraggy
adj. * * *
uncramp
v.t. * * *
uncramped
adj. * * *
uncranked
adj. * * *
uncrannied
adj. * * *
uncrate
v.t., uncrated, uncrating. * * *
uncrated
adj. * * *
uncravatted
adj. * * *
uncraven
adj. * * *
uncraving
adj.; uncravingly, adv. * * *
uncreased
adj. * * *
uncreatable
adj. * * *
uncreated
adj. * * *
uncreative
adj.; uncreatively, adv.; uncreativeness, n. * * *
uncreativity
n. * * *
uncreaturely
adj. * * *
uncredentialed
adj. * * *
uncreditable
adj.; uncreditableness, n.; uncreditably, adv. * * *
uncredited
adj. * * *
uncredulous
adj.; uncredulously, adv.; uncredulousness, n. * * *
uncreeping
adj. * * *
uncremated
adj. * * *
uncreosoted
adj. * * *
uncrested
adj. * * *
uncrevassed
adj. * * *
uncrewed
un·crewed (ŭn-kro͞odʹ) adj. Not having a crew; crewless: uncrewed missile launch. * * *
uncrib
v.t., uncribbed, uncribbing. * * *
uncried
adj. * * *
uncriminal
adj.; uncriminally, adv. * * *
uncrippled
adj. * * *
uncritical
—uncritically, adv. /un krit"i keuhl/, adj. 1. not inclined or able to judge, esp. by the application of comparative standards: an uncritical reader. 2. undiscriminating; not ...
uncritically
See uncritical. * * *
uncriticizable
adj.; uncriticizably, adv. * * *
uncriticized
adj. * * *
uncriticizing
adj.; uncriticizingly, adv. * * *
uncrooked
adj.; uncrookedly, adv. * * *
uncropped
adj. * * *
uncross
/un kraws", -kros"/, v.t. to change from a crossed position, as the legs. [1590-1600; UN-2 + CROSS] * * *
uncrossable
adj. * * *
uncrossed
/un krawst", -krost"/, adj. 1. not crossed. 2. not marked with a line across: to leave one's t's uncrossed. [1550-60; UN-1 + CROSSED] * * *
uncrowded
adj. * * *
uncrown
/un krown"/, v.t. 1. to deprive or divest of a crown. 2. to reduce from dignity or preeminence. [1250-1300; ME uncrounen. See UN-2, CROWN] * * *
uncrowned
/un krownd"/, adj. 1. not crowned; not having yet assumed the crown. 2. having royal rank or power without occupying the royal office. [1350-1400; ME uncrouned. See UN-1, ...
uncrucified
adj. * * *
uncrude
adj.; uncrudely, adv.; uncrudeness, n. * * *
uncrudity
n., pl. uncrudities. * * *
uncruel
adj.; uncruelly, adv.; uncruelness, n. * * *
uncrumbled
adj. * * *
uncrumbly
adj. * * *
uncrumpled
adj. * * *
uncrumpling
adj. * * *
uncrushable
adj. * * *
uncrushed
adj. * * *
uncrusted
adj. * * *
uncrying
adj. * * *
uncrystaled
adj. * * *
uncrystalled
adj. * * *
uncrystalline
adj. * * *


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