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unfirm
adj.; unfirmly, adv.; unfirmness, n. * * *
unfiscal
adj.; unfiscally, adv. * * *
unfishable
adj. * * *
unfished
adj. * * *
unfissile
adj. * * *
unfistulous
adj. * * *
unfit
—unfitness, n. /un fit"/, adj. 1. not fit; not adapted or suited; unsuitable: He was unfit for his office. 2. unqualified or incompetent. 3. not physically fit or in due ...
unfitly
See unfit. * * *
unfitness
See unfitly. * * *
unfittable
adj. * * *
unfitted
adj. * * *
unfitting
adj.; unfittingly, adv. * * *
unfix
—unfixedness /un fik"sid nis, -fikst"nis/, n. /un fiks"/, v.t., unfixed or unfixt, unfixing. 1. to render no longer fixed; unfasten; detach; loosen; free. 2. to unsettle, as ...
unfixable
adj. * * *
unfixated
adj. * * *
unfixative
adj. * * *
unfixity
n. * * *
unflagged
adj. * * *
unflagging
adj.; unflaggingly, adv. * * *
unflaggingly
See unflagging. * * *
unflagitious
adj. * * *
unflagrant
adj.; unflagrantly, adv. * * *
unflaked
adj. * * *
unflaking
adj. * * *
unflaky
adj. * * *
unflamboyant
adj.; unflamboyantly, adv. * * *
unflaming
adj. * * *
unflanged
adj. * * *
unflank
v.t. * * *
unflappability
See unflappable. * * *
unflappable
—unflappability, n. —unflappably, adv. /un flap"euh beuhl/, adj. not easily upset or confused, esp. in a crisis; imperturbable. [1950-55; UN-1 + FLAP + -ABLE] * * *
unflappably
See unflappability. * * *
unflapped
un·flapped (ŭn-flăptʹ) adj. Not upset or excited; calm: “went about her business outwardly unflapped” (Laurie Colwin). * * *
unflapping
adj. * * *
unflared
adj. * * *
unflaring
adj. * * *
unflashing
adj. * * *
unflashy
adj. * * *
unflat
adj. * * *
unflatted
adj. * * *
unflattened
adj. * * *
unflatterable
adj. * * *
unflattered
adj. * * *
unflattering
adj.; unflatteringly, adv. * * *
unflatteringly
See unflattering. * * *
unflaunted
adj. * * *
unflaunting
adj.; unflauntingly, adv. * * *
unflavored
adj. * * *
unflavorous
adj. * * *
unflawed
adj. * * *
unflayed
adj. * * *
unflecked
adj. * * *
unfledged
/un flejd"/, adj. 1. not fledged; without sufficient feathers for flight, as a young bird. 2. immature; callow. [1595-1605; UN-1 + FLEDGED] * * *
unfleeced
adj. * * *
unfleeing
adj. * * *
unfleeting
adj. * * *
unfleshed
adj. * * *
unfleshly
—unfleshliness, n. /un flesh"lee/, adj. not fleshly; not carnal or corporeal; spiritual. [1850-55; UN-1 + FLESHLY] * * *
unfletched
adj. * * *
unflexed
adj. * * *
unflexible
adj.; unflexibly, adv. * * *
unflickering
adj.; unflickeringly, adv. * * *
unflighty
adj. * * *
unflinching
—unflinchingly, adv. /un flin"ching/, adj. not flinching; unshrinking: unflinching courage. [1720-30; UN-1 + FLINCH1 + -ING2] Syn. steady, constant, steadfast, unfaltering. * * ...
unflinchingly
See unflinching. * * *
unflinchingness
See unflinchingly. * * *
unflippant
adj.; unflippantly, adv. * * *
unflirtatious
adj.; unflirtatiously, adv.; unflirtatiousness, n. * * *
unflitched
adj. * * *
unfloatable
adj. * * *
unfloating
adj. * * *
unfloggable
adj. * * *
unflogged
adj. * * *
unflooded
adj. * * *
unfloor
v.t. * * *
unflorid
adj. * * *
unflossy
adj. * * *
unflounced
adj. * * *
unfloundering
adj. * * *
unfloured
adj. * * *
unflourishing
adj. * * *
unflouted
adj. * * *
unflowered
adj. * * *
unflowering
adj. * * *
unflowery
adj. * * *
unflowing
adj. * * *
unflown
adj. * * *
unfluctuant
adj. * * *
unfluctuating
adj. * * *
unfluent
adj.; unfluently, adv. * * *
unfluffed
adj. * * *
unfluffy
adj. * * *
unfluid
adj. * * *
unfluked
adj. * * *
unflunked
adj. * * *
unfluorescent
adj. * * *
unfluorinated
adj. * * *
unflurried
adj. * * *
unflushed
adj. * * *
unflustered
adj. * * *
unfluted
adj. * * *
unflutterable
adj. * * *
unfluttered
adj. * * *
unfluttering
adj. * * *
unfluvial
adj. * * *
unflyable
adj. * * *
unflying
adj. * * *
unfoaled
adj. * * *
unfoamed
adj. * * *
unfoaming
adj. * * *
unfocused
/un foh"keuhst/, adj. 1. not brought into focus; lacking proper focus: an unfocused camera. 2. lacking a clear purpose or direction: an unfocused meeting. Also, esp. Brit., ...
unfocusing
adj. * * *
unfocussing
adj. * * *
unfogged
adj. * * *
unfogging
adj. * * *
unfoggy
adj. * * *
unfoilable
adj. * * *
unfoiled
adj. * * *
unfoisted
adj. * * *
unfold
—unfoldable, adj. —unfolder, n. —unfoldment, n. /un fohld"/, v.t. 1. to bring out of a folded state; spread or open out: Unfold your arms. 2. to spread out or lay open to ...
unfoldment
See unfold. * * *
unfoliaged
adj. * * *
unfoliated
adj. * * *
unfollowable
adj. * * *
unfollowed
adj. * * *
unfomented
adj. * * *
unfond
adj.; unfondly, adv.; unfondness, n. * * *
unfondled
adj. * * *
unfoolable
adj. * * *
unfooled
adj. * * *
unfooling
adj. * * *
unfoolish
adj.; unfoolishly, adv.; unfoolishness, n. * * *
unforaged
adj. * * *
unforbearing
adj. * * *
unforbidden
adj. * * *
unforbidding
adj. * * *
unforceable
adj. * * *
unforced
adj. * * *
unforcedly
adv. * * *
unforceful
adj.; unforcefully, adv. * * *
unforcible
adj.; unforcibleness, n.; unforcibly, adv. * * *
unforcing
adj. * * *
unfordable
adj. * * *
unforded
adj. * * *
unforeboded
adj. * * *
unforeboding
adj. * * *
unforecast
adj. * * *
unforecasted
adj. * * *
unforegone
adj. * * *
unforeign
adj. * * *
unforeknowable
adj. * * *
unforeknown
adj. * * *
unforensic
adj. * * *
unforensically
adv. * * *
unforeseeable
adj.; unforeseeableness, n.; unforeseeably, adv. * * *
unforeseeing
adj. * * *
unforeseen
adj. * * *
unforeshortened
adj. * * *
unforestallable
adj. * * *
unforestalled
adj. * * *
unforested
adj. * * *
unforetellable
adj. * * *
unforetold
adj. * * *
unforewarned
adj. * * *
unforfeitable
adj. * * *
unforfeited
adj. * * *
unforfeiting
adj. * * *
unforgeable
adj. * * *
unforged
adj. * * *
unforgetful
adj.; unforgetfully, adv.; unforgetfulness, n. * * *
unforgettability
See unforgettable. * * *
unforgettable
—unforgettableness, n. —unforgettably, adv. /un'feuhr get"euh beuhl/, adj. impossible to forget; indelibly impressed on the memory: scenes of unforgettable beauty. [1800-10; ...
unforgettableness
See unforgettability. * * *
unforgettably
See unforgettability. * * *
unforgetting
adj. * * *
unforgivable
adj.; unforgivableness, n.; unforgivably, adv. * * *
unforgivably
unforgivably [spelling only] * * *
unforgiven
adj. * * *
unforgiving
—unforgivingness, n. /un'feuhr giv"ing/, adj. 1. not disposed to forgive or show mercy; unrelenting. 2. not allowing for mistakes, carelessness, or weakness: the unforgiving ...
unforgone
adj. * * *
unforgotten
adj. * * *
unfork
v.t. * * *
unforked
adj. * * *
unforlorn
adj. * * *
unformalistic
adj. * * *
unformalized
adj. * * *
unformative
adj. * * *
unformatted
/un fawr"mat id/, adj. Computers. pertaining to a disk that has not been electronically prepared to receive files or other text; blank: You cannot save files on an unformatted ...
unformed
/un fawrmd"/, adj. 1. not definitely shaped; shapeless or formless. 2. undeveloped; crude. 3. not formed; not created. [1275-1325; ME unfourmed. See UN-1, FORM, -ED2] * * *
unformidable
adj.; unformidableness, n.; unformidably, adv. * * *
unformulated
adj. * * *
unformulistic
adj. * * *
unforsaken
adj. * * *
unforsaking
adj. * * *
unforsworn
adj. * * *
unforthcoming
adj. * * *
unforthright
adj. * * *
unfortifiable
adj. * * *
unfortified
adj. * * *
unfortuitous
adj.; unfortuitously, adv.; unfortuitousness, n. * * *
unfortunate
—unfortunately, adv. —unfortunateness, n. /un fawr"cheuh nit/, adj. 1. suffering from bad luck: an unfortunate person. 2. unfavorable or inauspicious: an unfortunate ...
unfortunately
See unfortunate. * * *
unfortunateness
See unfortunately. * * *
unforward
adj.; unforwardly, adv. * * *
unforwarded
adj. * * *
unfossiliferous
adj. * * *
unfossilized
adj. * * *
unfostered
adj. * * *
unfostering
adj. * * *
unfought
adj. * * *
unfoul
adj.; unfoully, adv. * * *
unfouled
adj. * * *
unfound
adj. * * *
unfounded
—unfoundedly, adv. —unfoundedness, n. /un fown"did/, adj. 1. without foundation; not based on fact, realistic considerations, or the like: unfounded suspicions. 2. not ...
unfoundedly
See unfounded. * * *
unfoundedness
See unfoundedly. * * *
unfoundered
adj. * * *
unfoundering
adj. * * *
unfountained
adj. * * *
unfoxed
adj. * * *
unfoxy
adj. * * *
unfractious
adj.; unfractiously, adv.; unfractiousness, n. * * *
unfractured
adj. * * *
unfragile
adj. * * *
unfragmented
adj. * * *
unfragrant
adj.; unfragrantly, adv. * * *
unfrail
adj. * * *
unframable
adj.; unframableness, n.; unframably, adv. * * *
unframeable
adj.; unframeableness, n.; unframeably, adv. * * *
unframed
adj. * * *
unfranchised
adj. * * *
unfrank
adj.; unfrankly, adv.; unfrankness, n. * * *
unfraternal
adj.; unfraternally, adv. * * *
unfraternized
adj. * * *
unfraternizing
adj. * * *
unfraudulent
adj.; unfraudulently, adv. * * *
unfraught
adj. * * *
unfrayed
adj. * * *
unfrazzled
adj. * * *
unfreakish
adj.; unfreakishly, adv.; unfreakishness, n. * * *
unfreckled
adj. * * *
unfree
v.t., unfreed, unfreeing, adj.; unfreely, adv. * * *
unfreedom
n. * * *
unfreezable
adj. * * *
unfreeze
/un freez"/, v., unfroze, unfrozen, unfreezing. v.t. 1. to cause to thaw; melt. 2. to remove or relax controls or restrictions on (funds, prices, rents, etc.). v.i. 3. to become ...
unfreighted
adj. * * *
unfrenzied
adj. * * *
unfrequent
adj.; unfrequently, adv. * * *
unfrequentable
adj. * * *
unfrequentative
adj. * * *
unfrequented
/un free"kweuhn tid, -fri kwen"-/, adj. not habitually visited, traveled, or occupied: an unfrequented side street. [1580-90; UN-1 + FREQUENTED] * * *
unfretful
adj.; unfretfully, adv. * * *
unfretted
adj. * * *
unfretting
adj. * * *
unfretty
adj. * * *
unfriable
adj.; unfriableness, n. * * *
unfricative
adj. * * *
unfrictional
adj.; unfrictionally, adv. * * *
unfrictioned
adj. * * *
unfried
adj. * * *
unfriended
/un fren"did/, adj. without friends; not befriended. [1505-15; UN-1 + FRIEND + -ED3] * * *
unfriendliness
See unfriendly. * * *
unfriendly
—unfriendliness, n. /un frend"lee/, adj., unfriendlier, unfriendliest, adv. adj. 1. not amicable; not friendly or kindly in disposition; unsympathetic; aloof: an unfriendly ...


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