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uncrystallized
adj. * * *
unction
—unctionless, adj. /ungk"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act of anointing, esp. as a medical treatment or religious rite. 2. an unguent or ointment; salve. 3. something soothing or ...
unctuarium
/ungk'chooh air"ee euhm/, n., pl. unctuaria /-air"ee euh/. alipterion. [appar. erroneously for L unctorium, influenced by UNCTUOUS, -ARIUM] * * *
unctuosity
See unctuously. * * *
unctuous
—unctuously, adv. —unctuousness, unctuosity /ungk'chooh os"i tee/, n. /ungk"chooh euhs/, adj. 1. characterized by excessive piousness or moralistic fervor, esp. in an ...
unctuously
See unctuous. * * *
unctuousness
See unctuously. * * *
uncubic
adj. * * *
uncubical
adj.; uncubically, adv.; uncubicalness, n. * * *
uncudgeled
adj. * * *
uncudgelled
adj. * * *
uncuffed
adj. * * *
unculled
adj. * * *
unculpable
adj. * * *
uncultivable
adj. * * *
uncultivatable
adj. * * *
uncultivated
adj. * * *
unculturable
adj. * * *
unculture
—uncultured, adj. /un kul"cheuhr/, n. the lack or absence of culture: Much modern fiction is a product of unculture. [1615-25; UN-1 + CULTURE] * * *
uncultured
uncultured [spelling only] * * * un·cul·tured (ŭn-kŭlʹchərd) adj. Not cultured or cultivated: an uncultured coal-mining town; regarded him as an uncultured brute. * * *
uncumbered
adj. * * *
uncumbrous
adj.; uncumbrously, adv.; uncumbrousness, n. * * *
uncumulative
adj. * * *
uncupped
adj. * * *
uncurable
adj.; uncurableness, n.; uncurably, adv. * * *
uncurb
v.t. * * *
uncurbable
adj. * * *
uncurbed
adj. * * *
uncurd
v.t. * * *
uncurdled
adj. * * *
uncurdling
adj. * * *
uncured
adj. * * *
uncurious
adj.; uncuriously, adv. * * *
uncurl
/un kerrl"/, v.t., v.i. to straighten or become straightened out from a curl or curled position. [1580-90; UN-2 + CURL] * * *
uncurrent
adj.; uncurrently, adv. * * *
uncurried
adj. * * *
uncursed
adj. * * *
uncursing
adj. * * *
uncurtailable
adj.; uncurtailably, adv. * * *
uncurtailed
adj. * * *
uncurtained
adj. * * *
uncurved
adj. * * *
uncurving
adj. * * *
uncus
/ung"keuhs/, n., pl. unci /un"suy/. Anat. any hook-shaped or curved part of a body process, esp. the hippocampal gyrus in the temporal lobe of the brain. [1820-30; < NL, L: lit., ...
uncushioned
adj. * * *
uncusped
adj. * * *
uncustomarily
adv. * * *
uncustomary
adj. * * *
uncut
/un kut"/, adj. 1. not cut. 2. not shortened or condensed; unabridged: an uncut version of the play. 3. in the original form; neither reduced in size nor given shape, as a ...
uncuttable
adj. * * *
uncynical
adj.; uncynically, adv. * * *
und
(as used in expressions) Bruno count von Egisheim und Dagsburg Stein Heinrich Friedrich Karl imperial baron vom und zum Sturm und Drang Paul Ludwig Hans Anton von Beneckendorff ...
und so weiter
/oont zoh vuy"teuhrdd/, German. and so forth; et cetera. Abbr.: usw, u.s.w. * * *
undabbled
adj. * * *
undaggled
adj. * * *
undaintily
adv. * * *
undaintiness
n. * * *
undainty
adj. * * *
undallying
adj. * * *
undam
v.t., undammed, undamming. * * *
undamageable
adj. * * *
undamaged
adj. * * *
undamaging
adj. * * *
undamasked
adj. * * *
undamnified
adj. * * *
undamped
/un dampt"/, adj. 1. not damped or dampened; undiminished, as in energy, vigor, etc.: undamped spirits. 2. Physics. (of an oscillation) having constant or increasing ...
undampened
adj. * * *
undanceable
adj. * * *
undancing
adj. * * *
undandled
adj. * * *
undangered
adj. * * *
undangerous
adj.; undangerously, adv. * * *
undapper
adj. * * *
undappled
adj. * * *
undared
adj. * * *
undaring
adj. * * *
undarken
v.t. * * *
undarned
adj. * * *
undatable
adj. * * *
undateable
adj. * * *
undated
adj. * * *
undaubed
adj. * * *
undaughterly
adj. * * *
undauntable
un·daunt·a·ble (ŭn-dônʹtə-bəl, -dänʹ-) adj. Not admitting of discouragement: undauntable heroism; undauntable optimism. * * *
undaunted
—undauntedly, adv. —undauntedness, n. /un dawn"tid, -dahn"-/, adj. 1. undismayed; not discouraged; not forced to abandon purpose or effort: undaunted by failure. 2. ...
undauntedly
See undaunted. * * *
undauntedness
See undauntedly. * * *
undaunting
adj. * * *
undawned
adj. * * *
undawning
adj. * * *
undazed
adj. * * *
undazing
adj. * * *
undazzled
adj. * * *
undazzling
adj. * * *
undead
/un'ded"/, adj. 1. no longer alive but animated by a supernatural force, as a vampire or zombie. n. 2. (used with a pl. v.) undead beings collectively (usually prec. by ...
undeadened
adj. * * *
undeadlocked
adj. * * *
undeaf
adj. * * *
undealable
adj. * * *
undealt
adj. * * *
undebased
adj. * * *
undebatable
adj. * * *
undebatably
See undebatable. * * *
undebated
adj. * * *
undebating
adj. * * *
undebauched
adj. * * *
undebilitated
adj. * * *
undebilitating
adj. * * *
undebilitative
adj. * * *
undebited
adj. * * *
undecadent
adj.; undecadently, adv. * * *
undecagon
/un dek"euh gon'/, n. a polygon having 11 angles and 11 sides. [1720-30; < L un-, as in undecim eleven (un(us) one + -decim, comb. form of decem TEN) + DECAGON] * * *
undecayable
adj. * * *
undecayed
adj. * * *
undecaying
adj. * * *
undeceased
adj. * * *
undeceitful
adj. * * *
undeceivable
See undeceive. * * *
undeceivably
See undeceivable. * * *
undeceive
—undeceivable, adj. —undeceiver, n. /un'di seev"/, v.t., undeceived, undeceiving. to free from deception, fallacy, or mistake. [1590-1600; UN-2 + DECEIVE] * * *
undeceptive
adj.; undeceptively, adv.; undeceptiveness, n. * * *
undecidable
adj. * * *
undecided
—undecidedly, adv. —undecidedness, n. /un'di suy"did/, adj. 1. not decided or determined. 2. not having one's mind firmly made up. n. 3. a person who is undecided: Are you ...
undecidedly
See undecided. * * *
undecidedness
See undecidedly. * * *
undecillion
—undecillionth, adj., n. /un'di sil"yeuhn/, n., pl. undecillions, (as after a numeral) undecillion, adj. n. 1. a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 36 ...
undecillionth
See undecillion. * * *
undecipherable
adj.; undecipherably, adv. * * *
undeciphered
adj. * * *
undecked
adj. * * *
undeclaimed
adj. * * *
undeclaiming
adj. * * *
undeclamatory
adj. * * *
undeclarable
adj. * * *
undeclarative
adj. * * *
undeclared
adj. * * *
undeclinable
adj. * * *
undeclined
adj. * * *
undeclining
adj. * * *
undecocted
adj. * * *
undecomposable
adj. * * *
undecomposed
adj. * * *
undecompounded
adj. * * *
undecorate
v.t. undecorated, undecorating. * * *
undecorated
adj. * * *
undecorative
adj. * * *
undecorous
adj.; undecorously, adv.; undecorousness, n. * * *
undecorticated
adj. * * *
undecreased
adj. * * *
undecreasing
adj.; undecreasingly, adv. * * *
undecreed
adj. * * *
undecrepit
adj. * * *
undecretive
adj. * * *
undecretory
adj. * * *
undecried
adj. * * *
undecylenic acid
/un"des euh len"ik, un'-/, Chem. a light-colored liquid with a fruity odor, C11H21O2, soluble in alcohol and ether: used in perfumes, flavors, plastics, and medicine. [1905-10; ...
undedicated
adj. * * *
undeduced
adj. * * *
undeducible
adj. * * *
undeducted
adj. * * *
undeductible
adj. * * *
undeductive
adj.; undeductively, adv. * * *
undeeded
adj. * * *
undeep
adj.; undeeply, adv. * * *
undeepened
adj. * * *
undefaceable
adj. * * *
undefaced
adj. * * *
undefalcated
adj. * * *
undefamatory
adj. * * *
undefamed
adj. * * *
undefaming
adj. * * *
undefaulted
adj. * * *
undefaulting
adj. * * *
undefeatable
adj.; undefeatableness, n.; undefeatably, adv. * * *
undefeated
adj.; undefeatedly, adv; undefeatedness, n. * * *
undefective
adj.; undefectively, adv.; undefectiveness, n. * * *
undefendable
adj.; undefendableness, n.; undefendably, adv. * * *
undefendant
adj. * * *
undefended
adj. * * *
undefending
adj. * * *
undefensed
adj. * * *
undefensible
adj.; undefensibleness, n.; undefensibly, adv. * * *
undefensive
adj.; undefensively, adv.; undefensiveness, n. * * *
undeferential
adj.; undeferentially, adv. * * *
undeferrable
adj.; undeferrably, adv. * * *
undeferred
adj. * * *
undefiable
adj.; undefiably, adv. * * *
undefiant
adj.; undefiantly, adv. * * *
undeficient
adj.; undeficiently, adv. * * *
undefied
adj. * * *
undefiled
adj. * * *
undefinable
adj. * * *
undefined
—undefinedly /un'di fuy"nid lee, -fuynd"-/, adv. —undefinedness, n. /un'di fuynd"/, adj. 1. without fixed limits; indefinite in form, extent, or application: undefined ...
undefinite
adj.; undefinitely, adv.; undefiniteness, n. * * *
undefinitive
adj.; undefinitively, adv.; undefinitiveness, n. * * *
undeflected
adj. * * *
undeflective
adj. * * *
undefoliated
adj. * * *
undeformable
adj. * * *
undeformed
adj. * * *
undefrauded
adj. * * *
undefrayed
adj. * * *
undeft
adj. * * *
undegeneracy
n. * * *
undegenerate
adj. * * *
undegenerated
adj. * * *
undegenerating
adj. * * *
undegenerative
adj. * * *
undegraded
adj. * * *
undegrading
adj. * * *
undegreed
adj. * * *
undeified
adj. * * *
undeistical
adj. * * *
undejected
adj.; undejectedly, adv.; undejectedness, n. * * *
undelayable
adj. * * *
undelayed
adj. * * *
undelaying
adj.; undelayingly, adv. * * *
undelectable
adj.; undelectably, adv. * * *
undelegated
adj. * * *
undeleted
adj. * * *
undeleterious
adj.; undeleteriously, adv.; undeleteriousness, n. * * *
undeliberate
adj.; undeliberately, adv.; undeliberateness, n. * * *
undeliberating
adj.; undeliberatingly, adv. * * *
undeliberative
adj.; undeliberatively, adv.; undeliberativeness, n. * * *
undelicious
adj.; undeliciously, adv. * * *
undelighted
adj.; undelightedly, adv. * * *
undelightful
adj.; undelightfully, adv. * * *
undelighting
adj. * * *
undelineable
adj. * * *
undelineated
adj. * * *
undelineative
adj. * * *
undelinquent
adj.; undelinquently, adv. * * *
undelirious
adj.; undeliriously, adv. * * *
undeliverable
adj. * * *
undeliverably
See undeliverable. * * *
undelivered
adj. * * *
undeluded
adj.; undeludedly, adv. * * *
undeluding
adj. * * *
undeluged
adj. * * *
undelusive
adj.; undelusively, adv.; undelusiveness, n. * * *
undelusory
adj. * * *
undelved
adj. * * *
undemanded
adj. * * *
undemanding
adj. * * *
undemised
adj. * * *
undemocratic
adj. * * *
undemocratize
v.t., undemocratized, undemocratizing. * * *
undemolishable
adj. * * *
undemolished
adj. * * *
undemonstrable
adj.; undemonstrableness, n.; undemonstrably, adv. * * *
undemonstrated
adj. * * *
undemonstrative
—undemonstratively, adv. —undemonstrativeness, n. /un'deuh mon"streuh tiv/, adj. not given to open exhibition or expression of emotion, esp. of affection. [1840-50; UN-1 + ...
undemonstratively
See undemonstrative. * * *
undemure
adj.; undemurely, adv.; undemureness, n. * * *
undemurring
adj. * * *
undeniable
—undeniableness, n. —undeniably, adv. /un'di nuy"euh beuhl/, adj. 1. incapable of being denied or disputed: undeniable evidence of arson. 2. not open to refusal: an ...
undeniably
See undeniable. * * *
undenied
adj. * * *
undenizened
adj. * * *
undenominated
adj. * * *
undenominational
—undenominationally, adv. /un'di nom'euh nay"sheuh nl/, adj. free from religious sects or denominationalism; not limited or belonging to any particular religious group or ...


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