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undisplayed
adj. * * *
undisplaying
adj. * * *
undisposed
/un'di spohzd"/, adj. 1. not disposed of. 2. not favorably inclined; not prepared; unwilling: They are both disinclined to work and undisposed to starve. [1350-1400; ME; see ...
undisprovable
adj. * * *
undisproved
adj. * * *
undisputable
adj. * * *
undisputatious
adj.; undisputatiously, adv.; undisputatiousness, n. * * *
undisputed
adj.; undisputedly, adv. * * *
undisputing
adj. * * *
undisqualified
adj. * * *
undisquieted
adj. * * *
undisrupted
adj. * * *
undissected
adj. * * *
undissembled
adj. * * *
undissembling
adj.; undissemblingly, adv. * * *
undisseminated
adj. * * *
undissenting
adj. * * *
undissevered
adj. * * *
undissipated
adj. * * *
undissociated
/un'di soh"shee ay'tid, -see ay'-/, adj. Chem. not dissociated, esp. into ions or into simpler molecules. [1905-10; UN-1 + DISSOCIATED] * * *
undissoluble
adj. * * *
undissolute
adj. * * *
undissolvable
adj. * * *
undissolved
adj. * * *
undissolving
adj. * * *
undissonant
adj.; undissonantly, adv. * * *
undissuadable
adj. * * *
undistant
adj.; undistantly, adv. * * *
undistasteful
adj. * * *
undistempered
adj. * * *
undistend
v.t. * * *
undistilled
adj. * * *
undistinguished
/un'di sting"gwisht/, adj. 1. having no distinguishing marks or features. 2. without any claim to distinction: an undistinguished performance. 3. unnoticed; inconspicuous: He was ...
undistinguishing
adj.; undistinguishingly, adv. * * *
undistorted
adj.; undistortedly, adv. * * *
undistorting
adj. * * *
undistracted
adj.; undistractedly, adv.; undistractedness, n. * * *
undistracting
adj.; undistractingly, adv. * * *
undistrained
adj. * * *
undistraught
adj. * * *
undistressed
adj. * * *
undistributed
adj. * * *
undistributed middle
Logic. a middle term of a syllogism that does not refer to its entire class in the major premise or minor premise, with the result that the syllogism is not valid. [1820-30] * * *
undistrustful
adj.; undistrustfully, adv.; undistrustfulness, n. * * *
undisturbable
adj. * * *
undisturbed
adj. * * *
undisturbing
adj.; undisturbingly, adv. * * *
undithyrambic
adj. * * *
undiuretic
adj. * * *
undiurnal
adj.; undiurnally, adv. * * *
undivergent
adj.; undivergently, adv. * * *
undiverging
adj. * * *
undiverse
adj.; undiversely, adv.; undiverseness, n. * * *
undiversified
adj. * * *
undiverted
adj. * * *
undivertible
adj. * * *
undivertive
adj. * * *
undivested
adj. * * *
undividable
adj. * * *
undivided
adj. * * *
undivided profits
earnings that have neither been distributed as dividends to stockholders nor transferred to the earned surplus account. * * *
undividing
adj. * * *
undivinable
adj. * * *
undivined
adj. * * *
undivining
adj. * * *
undivisible
adj. * * *
undivisive
adj.; undivisively, adv.; undivisiveness, n. * * *
undivorceable
adj. * * *
undivorced
adj. * * *
undivulgeable
adj. * * *
undivulged
adj. * * *
undivulging
adj. * * *
undo
—undoable, adj. /un dooh"/, v.t., undid, undone, undoing. 1. to reverse the doing of; cause to be as if never done: Murder once done can never be undone. 2. to do away with; ...
undock
/un dok"/, Aerospace. v.t. 1. to uncouple (two spacecraft modules or a spacecraft and space station). v.i. 2. (of a spacecraft module or spacecraft) to uncouple. [1920-25; UN-2 + ...
undocked
adj. * * *
undocketed
adj. * * *
undoctored
adj. * * *
undoctrinaire
adj. * * *
undoctrinal
adj.; undoctrinally, adv. * * *
undoctrined
adj. * * *
undocumentary
adj. * * *
undocumented
/un dok"yeuh men'tid/, adj. 1. lacking documentation or authentication. 2. lacking proper immigration or working papers. [1880-85; UN-1 + DOCUMENTED] * * *
undodged
adj. * * *
undoer
See undo. * * *
undogmatic
adj. * * *
undogmatical
adj.; undogmatically, adv. * * *
undoing
/un dooh"ing/, n. 1. the reversing of what has been done; annulling. 2. a bringing to destruction, ruin, or disaster. 3. a cause of destruction or ruin. 4. the act of unfastening ...
undolorous
adj.; undolorously, adv.; undolorousness, n. * * *
undomed
adj. * * *
undomestic
adj. * * *
undomesticable
adj. * * *
undomestically
adv. * * *
undomesticated
adj. * * *
undomiciled
adj. * * *
undominated
adj. * * *
undominative
adj. * * *
undomineering
adj. * * *
undominical
adj. * * *
undonated
adj. * * *
undone
undone1 /un dun"/, adj. not done; not accomplished or completed. [1250-1300; ME un-dun. See UN-1, DONE] undone2 /un dun"/, v. 1. pp. of undo. adj. 2. brought to destruction or ...
undoped
adj. * * *
undoting
adj. * * *
undotted
adj. * * *
undouble
/un dub"euhl/, v.t., undoubled, undoubling. to unfold; render single. [1590-1600; UN-2 + DOUBLE] * * *
undoubtable
adj. * * *
undoubted
—undoubtedly, adv. /un dow"tid/, adj. not called in question; accepted as beyond doubt; undisputed. [1425-75; late ME; see UN-1, DOUBT, -ED2] * * *
undoubtedly
See undoubted. * * *
undoubtful
adj.; undoubtfully, adv.; undoubtfulness, n. * * *
undoubting
adj. * * *
undouched
adj. * * *
undoughty
adj. * * *
undoweled
adj. * * *
undowelled
adj. * * *
undowered
adj. * * *
undowned
adj. * * *
undraftable
adj. * * *
undrafted
adj. * * *
undragooned
adj. * * *
undrainable
adj. * * *
undrained
adj. * * *
undramatic
adj. * * *
undramatical
adj. * * *
undramatically
undramatically [spelling only] * * *
undramatizable
adj. * * *
undramatized
adj. * * *
undrape
/un drayp"/, v.t., undraped, undraping. to strip of drapery; uncover. [1865-70; UN-2 + DRAPE] * * *
undraped
undraped [spelling only] * * *
undraperied
adj. * * *
undraw
/un draw"/, v., undrew, undrawn, undrawing. v.t. 1. to draw open or aside: to undraw a curtain. v.i. 2. to be drawn open or aside. [1350-1400; ME undrawen to withdraw; see UN-2, ...
undrawable
adj. * * *
undreaded
adj. * * *
undreading
adj. * * *
undreamed
adj. * * *
undreaming
adj. * * *
undreamlike
adj. * * *
undreamt
adj. * * *
undredged
adj. * * *
undrenched
adj. * * *
undress
/un dres"/, v., undressed or undrest, undressing, n., adj. v.t. 1. to take the clothes off (a person); disrobe. 2. to remove the dressing from (a wound, sore, etc.). 3. to strip ...
undress uniform
Mil., Navy. a uniform worn on other than formal occasions. [1820-30] * * *
undressed
/un drest"/, adj. 1. wearing few or no clothes. 2. wearing informal clothing or clothing not meant to be worn in public. 3. not dressed; not specially prepared: undressed ...
undried
adj. * * *
undrifting
adj. * * *
undrillable
adj. * * *
undrilled
adj. * * *
undrinkable
adj. * * *
undrinking
adj. * * *
undrivable
adj. * * *
undriven
adj. * * *
undrooping
adj. * * *
undropped
adj. * * *
undropsical
adj. * * *
undrossy
adj. * * *
undrowned
adj. * * *
undrubbed
adj. * * *
undrugged
adj. * * *
undrunk
adj. * * *
undrunken
adj. * * *
undry
adj. * * *
undryable
adj. * * *
undrying
adj. * * *
Undset
/oon"set/, n. Sigrid /sig"rid/; Norw. /si"grddi/, 1882-1949, Norwegian novelist: Nobel prize 1928. * * *
Undset, Sigrid
born May 20, 1882, Kalundborg, Den. died June 10, 1949, Lillehammer, Nor. Norwegian novelist. Her father was an archaeologist, and her home life was steeped in legend, ...
Undset,Sigrid
Und·set (o͝onʹsĕt'), Sigrid. 1882-1949. Danish-born Norwegian writer whose novels, including the trilogy Kristin Lavransdatter (1920-1922), concern Catholicism and the ...
undualistic
adj. * * *
undualistically
adv. * * *
undubbed
adj. * * *
undubious
adj.; undubiously, adv.; undubiousness, n. * * *
undubitative
adj.; undubitatively, adv. * * *
unducal
adj. * * *
unductile
adj. * * *
undue
/un dooh", -dyooh"/, adj. 1. unwarranted; excessive: undue haste. 2. inappropriate; unjustifiable; improper: undue influence. 3. not owed or currently payable. [1350-1400; ME ...
undug
adj. * * *
undulant
—undulance, n. /un"jeuh leuhnt, un"dyeuh-, -deuh-/, adj. undulating; wavelike in motion or pattern: an undulant edge. [1820-30; UNDUL(ATE) + -ANT] * * *
undulant fever
Pathol. brucellosis. [1895-1900] * * *
undulantfever
undulant fever n. See brucellosis. * * *
undulate
—undulator, n. v. /un"jeuh layt', un"dyeuh-, -deuh-/; adj. /un"jeuh lit, -layt', un"dyeuh-, -deuh-/, v., undulated, undulating, adj. v.i. 1. to move with a sinuous or wavelike ...
undulation
/un'jeuh lay"sheuhn, un'dyeuh-, -deuh-/, n. 1. an act of undulating; a wavelike motion. 2. a wavy form or outline. 3. one of a series of wavelike bends, curves, or elevations. 4. ...
undulatory
/un"jeuh leuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, un"dyeuh-, -deuh-/, adj. 1. Also, undular. moving in undulations. 2. having the form or appearance of waves. Also, undulative /un"jeuh lay'tiv, ...
undulatory theory
Physics. See wave theory (def. 1). [1795-1805] * * *
undulatus
/un'dooh lay"teuhs, -dyooh-/, n. Meteorol. See billow cloud. [ < NL, L undulatus. See UNDULATE] * * *
undulled
adj. * * *
unduly
/un dooh"lee, -dyooh"-/, adv. 1. excessively: unduly worried. 2. in an inappropriate, unjustifiable, or improper manner: unduly critical. [1350-1400; ME undewely. See UNDUE, ...
undumped
adj. * * *
undupable
adj. * * *
unduped
adj. * * *
unduplicated
adj. * * *
unduplicative
adj. * * *
undurability
n. * * *
undurable
adj.; undurableness, n.; undurably, adv. * * *
undusted
adj. * * *
undusty
adj. * * *
unduteous
adj.; unduteously, adv.; unduteousness, n. * * *
undutiable
adj. * * *
undutiful
adj.; undutifully, adv. * * *
undutifully
See undutiful. * * *
undwarfed
adj. * * *
undwellable
adj. * * *
undwindling
adj. * * *
undyable
adj. * * *
undyed
adj. * * *
undying
—undyingly, adv. /un duy"ing/, adj. deathless; unending. [1250-1300; ME; see UN-1, DYING] Syn. unceasing, immortal, perpetual, enduring. * * *
undynamic
adj. * * *
undynamically
adv. * * *
undynamited
adj. * * *
Une
Une Chem. symbol unnilennium * * * Une The symbol for the element unnilennium. * * *
uneager
adj.; uneagerly, adv.; uneagerness, n. * * *
unearmarked
adj. * * *
unearned
/un errnd"/, adj. 1. not received in exchange for labor or services; not gained by lawful work or employment. 2. not earned; unmerited; undeserved: unearned promotion. 3. not yet ...
unearned income
income received from property, as interest, dividends, or the like. Cf. earned income. * * *
unearned increment
the increase in the value of property, esp. land, due to natural causes, as growth of population, rather than to any labor or expenditure by the owner. [1870-75] * * *
unearned run
Baseball. a run scored as the result of defensive errors. Cf. earned run. * * *
unearnedincrement
unearned increment n. The increase in property value resulting from factors independent of the owner, such as a general rise in demand for land. * * *
unearnedrun
unearned run n. Baseball A run scored as a result of a fielding error, not counted in figuring a pitcher's earned run average. * * *
unearnest
adj.; unearnestly, adv.; unearnestness, n. * * *
unearth
/un errth"/, v.t. 1. to dig or get out of the earth; dig up. 2. to uncover or bring to light by search, inquiry, etc.: The lawyer unearthed new evidence. [1400-50; late ME ...
unearthliness
See unearthly. * * *
unearthly
—unearthliness, n. /un errth"lee/, adj. 1. seeming not to belong to this earth or world: unearthly beauty. 2. supernatural; ghostly; unnaturally strange; weird: an unearthly ...
unease
unease [un′ēz] n. distress or discomfort * * * See uneasy. * * *
uneasily
See unease. * * *
uneasiness
See unease. * * *
uneastern
adj. * * *
uneasy
—unease, n. —uneasily, adv. —uneasiness, n. /un ee"zee/, adj., uneasier, uneasiest. 1. not easy in body or mind; uncomfortable; restless; disturbed; perturbed. 2. not easy ...
uneatable
adj. * * *
uneaten
adj. * * *
uneating
adj. * * *
uneaved
adj. * * *
unebbed
adj. * * *
unebbing
adj. * * *
unebullient
adj. * * *
uneccentric
adj. * * *
uneccentrically
adv. * * *
unecclesiastic
adj. * * *
unechoed
adj. * * *
unechoic
adj. * * *
unechoing
adj. * * *
uneclectic
adj. * * *
uneclectically
adv. * * *
uneclipsed
adj. * * *
uneclipsing
adj. * * *
unecliptic
adj. * * *
unecliptical
adj.; unecliptically, adv. * * *
unecological
adj.; unecologically, adv. * * *
uneconomic
adj. * * *
uneconomical
adj.; uneconomically, adv. * * *
uneconomizing
adj. * * *
unecstatic
adj. * * *
unecstatically
adv. * * *
unedacious
adj.; unedaciously, adv. * * *
uneddied
adj. * * *
uneddying
adj. * * *
unedge
v.t., unedged, unedging. * * *
unedible
adj. * * *
unedificial
adj. * * *
unedified
adj. * * *
unedifying
adj. * * *
uneditable
adj. * * *
unedited
adj. * * *
uneducable
adj. * * *


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