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ungouty
adj. * * *
ungovernable
—ungovernability, ungovernableness, n. —ungovernably, adv. /un guv"euhr neuh beuhl/, adj. impossible to govern, rule, or restrain; uncontrollable. [1665-75; UN-1 + ...
ungovernably
See ungovernable. * * *
ungoverned
adj. * * *
ungoverning
adj. * * *
ungovernmental
adj.; ungovernmentally, adv. * * *
ungowned
adj. * * *
ungrabbing
adj. * * *
ungraced
adj. * * *
ungraceful
—ungracefully, adv. —ungracefulness, n. /un grays"feuhl/, adj. lacking charm or elegance; awkward. [1660-70; UN-1 + GRACEFUL] * * *
ungracefully
ungracefully [spelling only] * * *
ungracefulness
ungracefulness [spelling only] * * *
ungracious
—ungraciously, adv. —ungraciousness, n. /un gray"sheuhs/, adj. 1. discourteous; ill-mannered: ungracious behavior. 2. unpleasant; disagreeable; unrewarding: an ungracious ...
ungraciously
See ungracious. * * *
ungraciousness
See ungraciously. * * *
ungradated
adj. * * *
ungradating
adj. * * *
ungraded
adj. * * *
ungradual
adj.; ungradually, adv. * * *
ungraduated
adj. * * *
ungraduating
adj. * * *
ungrafted
adj. * * *
ungrainable
adj. * * *
ungrained
adj. * * *
ungrammatical
—ungrammatically, adv. /un'greuh mat"i keuhl/, adj. grammatically incorrect or awkward; not conforming to the rules or principles of grammar or accepted usage: an ungrammatical ...
ungrammaticality
See ungrammatical. * * *
ungrammatically
See ungrammaticality. * * *
ungrand
adj. * * *
ungrantable
adj. * * *
ungranular
adj. * * *
ungranulated
adj. * * *
ungraphable
adj. * * *
ungraphic
adj. * * *
ungraphical
adj.; ungraphically, adv. * * *
ungraphitized
adj. * * *
ungrappled
adj. * * *
ungrappling
adj. * * *
ungraspable
adj. * * *
ungrasped
adj. * * *
ungrasping
adj. * * *
ungrassed
adj. * * *
ungrassy
adj. * * *
ungrated
adj. * * *
ungrateful
—ungratefully, adv. —ungratefulness, n. /un grayt"feuhl/, adj. 1. unappreciative; not displaying gratitude; not giving due return or recompense for benefits conferred: ...
ungratefully
See ungrateful. * * *
ungratefulness
ungratefulness [spelling only] * * * See ungratefully. * * *
ungratifiable
adj. * * *
ungratified
adj. * * *
ungratifying
adj. * * *
ungrating
adj. * * *
ungratitude
n. * * *
ungratuitous
adj.; ungratuitously, adv.; ungratuitousness, n. * * *
ungraved
adj. * * *
ungraveled
adj. * * *
ungravelled
adj. * * *
ungravelly
adj. * * *
ungravely
adv. * * *
ungraven
adj. * * *
ungravitating
adj. * * *
ungravitational
adj. * * *
ungravitative
adj. * * *
ungrayed
adj. * * *
ungrazed
adj. * * *
ungreased
adj. * * *
ungreasy
adj. * * *
ungreedy
adj. * * *
ungreened
adj. * * *
ungreeted
adj. * * *
ungregarious
adj.; ungregariously, adv.; ungregariousness, n. * * *
ungreyed
adj. * * *
ungrieved
adj. * * *
ungrieving
adj. * * *
ungrilled
adj. * * *
ungrimed
adj. * * *
ungrindable
adj. * * *
ungrip
v., ungripped, ungripping. * * *
ungritty
adj. * * *
ungrizzled
adj. * * *
ungroaning
adj. * * *
ungroined
adj. * * *
ungroomed
adj. * * *
ungrooved
adj. * * *
ungross
adj. * * *
ungrotesque
adj. * * *
unground
adj. * * *
ungroundable
adj. * * *
ungrounded
adj. * * *
ungroupable
adj. * * *
ungrouped
adj. * * *
ungrouted
adj. * * *
ungroveling
adj. * * *
ungrovelling
adj. * * *
ungrowing
adj. * * *
ungrowling
adj. * * *
ungrown
adj. * * *
ungrudged
adj. * * *
ungrudging
—ungrudgingly, adv. /un gruj"ing/, adj. not begrudging; not stinting; wholehearted: an ungrudging supporter of charities. [1760-70; UN-1 + GRUDGING] * * *
ungruesome
adj. * * *
ungruff
adj. * * *
ungrumbling
adj. * * *
ungrumpy
adj. * * *
ungt.
(in prescriptions) ointment. [ < L unguentum] * * *
ungual
/ung"gweuhl/, adj. of, pertaining to, bearing, or shaped like a nail, claw, or hoof. [1825-35; < L ungu(is) a nail, claw, hoof (akin to Gk ónyx) + -AL1] * * *
unguaranteed
adj. * * *
unguardable
adj. * * *
unguarded
—unguardedly, adv. —unguardedness, n. /un gahr"did/, adj. 1. not guarded; unprotected; undefended. 2. open; frank; guileless: an unguarded manner. 3. exposed to attack or ...
unguardedly
See unguarded. * * *
unguent
—unguentary /ung"gweuhn ter'ee/, adj. /ung"gweuhnt/, n. an ointment or salve, usually liquid or semiliquid, for application to wounds, sores, etc. [1400-50; late ME < L ...
unguentary
See unguent. * * *
unguentum
/ung gwen"teuhm/, n., pl. unguenta /-teuh/. (in prescriptions) ointment. [ < L] * * *
unguerdoned
adj. * * *
unguessable
adj. * * *
unguessed
adj. * * *
unguiculate
/ung gwik"ye lit, -layt'/, adj. Also, unguiculated. 1. bearing or resembling a nail or claw. 2. Zool. belonging or pertaining to the former superorder Unguiculata, comprising ...
unguidable
adj. * * *
unguided
adj.; unguidedly, adv. * * *
unguileful
adj. * * *
unguillotined
adj. * * *
unguinous
/ung"gwi neuhs/, adj. resembling, containing, or consisting of fat or oil; greasy; oily. [1595-1605; < L unguinosus, equiv. to unguin- (s. of unguen) ointment + -osus -OUS] * * *
unguis
/ung"gwis/, n., pl. ungues /-gweez/. 1. a nail, claw, or hoof. 2. Bot. the clawlike base of certain petals. [1685-95; < L unguis a nail, claw, hoof; akin to Gk ónyx] * * *
ungula
/ung"gyeuh leuh/, n., pl. ungulae /-lee'/. Bot. an unguis. [1350-1400; ME < L ungula a claw, hoof, talon, dim. of unguis UNGUIS] * * *
ungular
/ung"gyeuh leuhr/, adj. pertaining to or of the nature of an ungula; ungual. [UNGUL(A) + -AR1] * * *
ungulate
/ung"gyeuh lit, -layt'/, adj. 1. having hoofs. 2. belonging or pertaining to the Ungulata, a former order of all hoofed mammals, now divided into the odd-toed perissodactyls and ...
unguligrade
un·gu·li·grade (ŭngʹgyə-lĭ-grād') adj. Walking on hooves. n. An unguligrade mammal.   [Latin ungula, hoof; see ungulate + -gradus, walking; see plantigrade.] * * *
ungummed
adj. * * *
ungushing
adj. * * *
ungustatory
adj. * * *
ungutted
adj. * * *
unguttural
adj.; ungutturally, adv.; ungutturalness, n. * * *
unguyed
adj. * * *
unguzzled
adj. * * *
ungymnastic
adj. * * *
ungyrating
adj. * * *
ungyved
adj. * * *
Unh
Symbol, Chem., Physics. unnilhexium. * * *
unh-unh
unh-unh [un′un′, un′un΄] interj. alt. sp. of UH-UH * * *
unhabitable
adj.; unhabitableness, n.; unhabitably, adv. * * *
unhabited
adj. * * *
unhabitual
adj.; unhabitually, adv. * * *
unhabituated
adj. * * *
unhacked
adj. * * *
unhackled
adj. * * *
unhackneyed
adj. * * *
unhaft
v.t. * * *
unhaggled
adj. * * *
unhaggling
adj. * * *
unhailable
adj. * * *
unhailed
adj. * * *
unhair
—unhairer, n. /un hair"/, v.t. 1. to remove the hair from, as a hide in preparation for tanning. 2. to remove the guard hairs from, as for a pelt or animal skin to be made into ...
unhairiness
n. * * *
unhairy
adj. * * *
unhale
adj. * * *
unhallow
/un hal"oh/, v.t. to desecrate; profane. [1525-35; UN-2 + HALLOW1] * * *
unhallowed
/un hal"ohd/, adj. 1. not hallowed or consecrated; not regarded as holy or sacred: unhallowed ground. 2. impious; unholy. 3. wicked or sinful: unhallowed practices. [bef. 1000; ...
unhallucinated
adj. * * *
unhallucinating
adj. * * *
unhallucinatory
adj. * * *
unhaloed
adj. * * *
unhalted
adj. * * *
unhaltered
adj. * * *
unhaltering
adj. * * *
unhalting
adj.; unhaltingly, adv. * * *
unhalved
adj. * * *
unhammered
adj. * * *
unhampered
adj. * * *
unhampering
adj. * * *
unhand
/un hand"/, v.t. to take the hand or hands from; release from a grasp; let go: Unhand me, you wretched coward! [1595-1605; UN-2 + HAND] * * *
unhandcuff
v.t. * * *
unhandicapped
adj. * * *
unhandily
See unhandy. * * *
unhandiness
See unhandily. * * *
unhandled
/un han"dld/, adj. 1. not handled; not touched. 2. (of animals) untamed; unbroken; untrained. [1550-60; UN-1 + HANDLED] * * *
unhandseled
adj. * * *
unhandselled
adj. * * *
unhandsome
—unhandsomely, adv. —unhandsomeness, n. /un han"seuhm/, adj. 1. lacking good looks; not attractive in physical appearance; plain or ugly. 2. ungracious; discourteous; ...
unhandsomely
See unhandsome. * * *
unhandsomeness
See unhandsomely. * * *
unhandy
—unhandily, adv. —unhandiness, n. /un han"dee/, adj., unhandier, unhandiest. 1. not skillful in manual work: He's unhandy when it comes to fixing things around the house. 2. ...
unhanged
adj. * * *
unhanging
adj. * * *
unhanked
adj. * * *
unhappily
See unhappy. * * *
unhappiness
See unhappily. * * *
unhappy
—unhappily, adv. —unhappiness, n. /un hap"ee/, adj., unhappier, unhappiest. 1. sad; miserable; wretched: Why is she so unhappy? 2. unfortunate; unlucky: an unhappy ...
unharangued
adj. * * *
unharassed
adj. * * *
unharbored
adj. * * *
unharden
v.t. * * *
unhardenable
adj. * * *
unhardened
adj. * * *
unharked
adj. * * *
unharmable
adj. * * *
unharmed
adj. * * *
unharmful
adj.; unharmfully, adv. * * *
unharming
adj. * * *
unharmonic
adj. * * *
unharmonically
adv. * * *
unharmonious
adj.; unharmoniously, adv. * * *
unharmonize
v.t., unharmonized, unharmonizing. * * *
unharness
/un hahr"nis/, v.t. 1. to strip of harness; detach the harness from (a horse, mule, etc.). 2. to divest of armor, as a knight or warhorse. [1400-50; ME onharnesen. See UN-2, ...
unharnessed
unharnessed [spelling only] * * *
unharped
adj. * * *
unharping
adj. * * *
unharried
adj. * * *
unharrowed
adj. * * *
unharsh
adj.; unharshly, adv. * * *
unharvested
adj. * * *
unhashed
adj. * * *
unhasp
/un hasp"/, v.t. to loosen the hasp of. [1300-50; ME unhaspen. See UN-2, HASP] * * *
unhassled
adj. * * *
unhasted
adj. * * *
unhastened
adj. * * *
unhastily
adv. * * *
unhasting
adj. * * *
unhasty
adj. * * *
unhatchable
adj. * * *
unhatched
adj. * * *
unhated
adj. * * *
unhateful
adj. * * *
unhating
adj.; unhatingly, adv. * * *
unhauled
adj. * * *
unhaunted
adj. * * *
unhawked
adj. * * *
unhayed
adj. * * *
unhazarded
adj. * * *
unhazarding
adj. * * *
unhazardous
adj.; unhazardously, adv. * * *
unhazed
adj. * * *
unhazily
adv. * * *
unhaziness
n. * * *
unhazy
adj. * * *
UNHCR
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. * * *
unheaded
adj. * * *
unheady
adj. * * *
unhealable
adj. * * *
unhealed
adj. * * *
unhealing
adj. * * *
unhealthful
—unhealthfulness, n. /un helth"feuhl/, adj. not conducive to good health; unwholesome: unhealthful food. [1570-80; UN-1 + HEALTHFUL] * * *
unhealthily
See unhealthy. * * *
unhealthiness
See unhealthily. * * *
unhealthy
—unhealthily, adv. —unhealthiness, n. /un hel"thee/, adj., unhealthier, unhealthiest. 1. not in a state of good or normal health; in an unsound, weak, or morbid condition. 2. ...
unheaped
adj. * * *
unhearable
adj. * * *
unheard
/un herrd"/, adj. 1. not heard; not perceived by the ear. 2. not given a hearing or audience. 3. Archaic. unheard-of. [1250-1300; ME unherd. See UN-1, HEARD] * * *
unheard-of
/un herrd"uv', -ov', -euhv/, adj. 1. that was never heard of; unknown: an unheard-of artist. 2. such as was never known before; unprecedented: an unheard-of salary. 3. shocking ...
unhearing
adj. * * *
unheartily
adv. * * *
unhearty
adj. * * *
unheatable
adj. * * *
unheated
adj. * * *
unheathen
adj. * * *
unheaved
adj. * * *
unheavenly
adj. * * *
unheavily
adv. * * *
unheaviness
n. * * *
unheavy
adj. * * *
unhectic
adj. * * *
unhectically
adv. * * *
unhectored
adj. * * *
unhedge
v.t., unhedged, unhedging. * * *
unhedged
adj. * * *
unhedonistic
adj. * * *
unheeded
adj.; unheededly, adv. * * *


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