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unheedful
adj.; unheedfully, adv.; unheedfulness, n. * * *
unheeding
adj.; unheedingly, adv. * * *
unheeled
adj. * * *
unhefted
adj. * * *
unheightened
adj. * * *
unheld
adj. * * *
unhelm
unhelm [unhelm′] vt., vi. Obs. to remove the helm or helmet (of) * * *
unhelmeted
adj. * * *
unhelpable
adj. * * *
unhelped
adj. * * *
unhelpful
adj.; unhelpfully, adv. * * *
unhelping
adj. * * *
unhelved
adj. * * *
unhemmed
adj. * * *
unheralded
/un her"euhl did/, adj. 1. appearing without fanfare, publicity, or advance acclaim: The young pianist proved to be an unheralded genius. 2. appearing without warning or prior ...
unheraldic
adj. * * *
unherbaceous
adj. * * *
unherded
adj. * * *
unheritable
adj. * * *
unhermetic
adj. * * *
unhermitic
adj. * * *
unhermitical
adj.; unhermitically, adv. * * *
unhero
n., pl. unheroes. * * *
unheroic
adj.; unheroicness, n. * * *
unheroical
adj.; unheroically, adv.; unheroicalness, n. * * *
unherolike
adj. * * *
unhesitant
adj.; unhesitantly, adv. * * *
unhesitating
—unhesitatingly, adv. /un hez"i tay'ting/, adj. 1. without hesitation; not delayed by uncertainty: an unhesitating decision. 2. unwavering; unfaltering; steady: an unhesitating ...
unhesitatingly
See unhesitating. * * *
unhesitative
adj.; unhesitatively, adv. * * *
unheuristic
adj. * * *
unheuristically
adv. * * *
unhewable
adj. * * *
unhewed
adj. * * *
unhewn
adj. * * *
unhid
adj. * * *
unhidden
adj. * * *
unhideous
adj.; unhideously, adv.; unhideousness, n. * * *
unhieratic
adj. * * *
unhieratical
adj.; unhieratically, adv. * * *
unhilarious
adj.; unhilariously, adv.; unhilariousness, n. * * *
unhilly
adj. * * *
unhinderable
adj.; unhinderably, adv. * * *
unhindered
adj. * * *
unhindering
adj.; unhinderingly, adv. * * *
unhinge
—unhingement, n. /un hinj"/, v.t., unhinged, unhinging. 1. to remove (a door or the like) from hinges. 2. to open wide by or as if by removing supporting hinges: to unhinge ...
unhinged
/un hinjd"/, adj. 1. having no hinge or hinges, or with the hinges removed: an unhinged gate. 2. unsettled, disordered, or distraught: He became unhinged when his friend ...
unhinted
adj. * * *
unhip
/un hip"/, adj. Slang. ill-informed about or unsympathetic to current fads or trends. [1935-40; UN-1 + HIP4] * * *
unhipped
adj. * * *
unhirable
adj. * * *
unhireable
adj. * * *
unhired
adj. * * *
unhissed
adj. * * *
unhistoric
adj. * * *
unhistorical
adj.; unhistorically, adv. * * *
unhistoried
adj. * * *
unhistory
n., pl. unhistories. * * *
unhistrionic
adj. * * *
unhit
adj. * * *
unhitch
/un hich"/, v.t. 1. to free from attachment; unfasten: to unhitch a locomotive from a train. v.i. 2. to become uncoupled or unfastened. [1615-25; UN-2 + HITCH] * * *
unhittable
adj. * * *
unhoarded
adj. * * *
unhoarding
adj. * * *
unhoary
adj. * * *
unhoaxed
adj. * * *
unhobbled
adj. * * *
unhobbling
adj. * * *
unhocked
adj. * * *
unhoed
adj. * * *
unhogged
adj. * * *
unhoisted
adj. * * *
unholily
See unholy. * * *
unholiness
See unholily. * * *
unhollow
adj. * * *
unhollowed
adj. * * *
unholy
—unholiness, n. /un hoh"lee/, adj., unholier, unholiest. 1. not holy; not sacred or hallowed. 2. impious; sinful; wicked. 3. Informal. dreadful; ungodly: They got us out of bed ...
unhomeliness
n. * * *
unhomely
adj. * * *
unhomicidal
adj. * * *
unhomiletic
adj. * * *
unhomiletical
adj.; unhomiletically, adv. * * *
unhomogeneous
adj.; unhomogeneously, adv.; unhomogeneousness, n. * * *
unhomogenized
adj. * * *
unhomologic
adj. * * *
unhomological
adj.; unhomologically, adv. * * *
unhomologized
adj. * * *
unhomologous
adj. * * *
unhoned
adj. * * *
unhoneyed
adj. * * *
unhonied
adj. * * *
unhonored
adj. * * *
unhood
/un hood"/, v.t. 1. to divest of a hood or covering. 2. to remove from (a hawk) the hood used to blind it. [1565-75; UN-2 + HOOD1] * * *
unhoodwinked
adj. * * *
unhoofed
adj. * * *
unhook
/un hook"/, v.t. 1. to detach by or as if by releasing a hook: to unhook a tractor from a trailer. 2. to unfasten or open by undoing a hook or hooks: to unhook a door; to unhook ...
unhooped
adj. * * *
unhooted
adj. * * *
unhoped
/un hohpt"/, adj. Archaic. not expected or anticipated; unhoped-for. [1325-75; ME; see UN-1, HOPE, -ED2] * * *
unhoped-for
/un hohpt"fawr'/, adj. unexpected; unanticipated: an unhoped-for piece of good luck. [1590-1600; from the phrase hope for; see UN-1, -ED2] * * *
unhopeful
adj.; unhopefully, adv. * * *
unhoping
adj.; unhopingly, adv. * * *
unhorizoned
adj. * * *
unhorizontal
adj.; unhorizontally, adv. * * *
unhorned
adj. * * *
unhoroscopic
adj. * * *
unhorrified
adj. * * *
unhorse
/un hawrs"/, v.t., unhorsed, unhorsing. 1. to cause to fall from a horse, as in battle; dislodge from the saddle: Sir Gawain unhorsed the strange knight. 2. to defeat; overcome; ...
unhortative
adj.; unhortatively, adv. * * *
unhosed
adj. * * *
unhospitalized
adj. * * *
unhostile
adj.; unhostilely, adv. * * *
unhot
adj. * * *
unhounded
adj. * * *
unhouse
/un howz"/, v.t., unhoused, unhousing. to drive from a house or habitation; deprive of shelter. [1325-75; ME unhousen. See UN-2, HOUSE] * * *
unhoused
unhoused [spelling only] * * *
unhouseled
/un how"zeuhld/, adj. Archaic. not having received the Eucharist. [1525-35; UN-1 + HOUSEL + -ED2] * * *
unhousewifely
adj. * * *
unhubristic
adj. * * *
unhuddle
v.t., unhuddled, unhuddling. * * *
unhued
adj. * * *
unhugged
adj. * * *
unhull
v.t. * * *
unhuman
adj.; unhumanly, adv.; unhumanness, n. * * *
unhumane
adj.; unhumanely, adv.; unhumaneness, n. * * *
unhumanistic
adj. * * *
unhumanitarian
adj. * * *
unhumanize
v.t., unhumanized, unhumanizing. * * *
unhumble
adj.; unhumbleness, n.; unhumbly, adv. * * *
unhumbled
adj. * * *
unhumid
adj. * * *
unhumidified
adj. * * *
unhumidifying
adj. * * *
unhumiliated
adj. * * *
unhumiliating
adj.; unhumiliatingly, adv. * * *
unhumored
adj. * * *
unhumorous
adj.; unhumorously, adv. * * *
unhung
adj. * * *
unhuntable
adj. * * *
unhunted
adj. * * *
unhurdled
adj. * * *
unhurled
adj. * * *
unhurried
—unhurriedly, adv. —unhurriedness, n. /un herr"eed, -hur"-/, adj. not hurried; leisurely; deliberate: an unhurried day; an unhurried decision. [1760-70; UN-1 + HURRIED] * * *
unhurrying
adj.; unhurryingly, adv. * * *
unhurt
adj. * * *
unhurtful
adj.; unhurtfully, adv. * * *
unhurting
adj. * * *
unhusbanded
adj. * * *
unhushable
adj. * * *
unhushing
adj. * * *
unhusk
/un husk"/, v.t. to free from or as if from a husk. [1590-1600; UN-2 + HUSK] * * *
unhuskable
adj. * * *
unhusked
adj. * * *
unhustled
adj. * * *
unhustling
adj. * * *
unhutched
adj. * * *
unhuzzahed
adj. * * *
unhydrated
adj. * * *
unhydraulic
adj. * * *
unhydrolyzed
adj. * * *
unhygienic
adj. * * *
unhygienically
adv. * * *
unhygrometric
adj. * * *
unhymeneal
adj. * * *
unhymned
adj. * * *
unhyphenable
adj. * * *
unhyphenated
adj. * * *
unhyphened
adj. * * *
unhypnotic
adj. * * *
unhypnotically
adv. * * *
unhypnotizable
adj. * * *
unhypnotize
v.t., unhypnotized, unhypnotizing. * * *
unhypocritical
adj.; unhypocritically, adv. * * *
unhypothecated
adj. * * *
unhypothetical
adj.; unhypothetically, adv. * * *
unhysterical
adj.; unhysterically, adv. * * *
uni
/yooh"nee/, n. Australian Informal. university. [1895-1900; by shortening] * * *
uni-
a combining form occurring in loanwords from Latin (universe), used, with the meaning "one," in the formation of compound words (unicycle). [ < L uni- comb. form of unus one; see ...
unialgal
/yooh'nee al"geuhl/, adj. of, pertaining to, or derived from a single algal cell. [1914; UNI- + ALGAL] * * *
uniambic
adj. * * *
União dos Palmares
▪ Brazil       city, northeastern Alagoas estado (state), northeastern Brazil. It lies 37 miles (60 km) inland from Maceió, the state capital, on the Atlantic coast. ...
Uniat
U·ni·at (yo͞oʹnē-ăt', -ĭt) also U·ni·ate (-ĭt, -āt') adj. Of or relating to any of several Eastern Christian churches that are in communion with the Roman Catholic ...
Uniate
—Uniatism, n. /yooh"nee it, -ayt'/, n. a member of an Eastern church that is in union with the Roman Catholic Church, acknowledges the Roman pope as supreme in matters of ...
uniaxial
—uniaxially, adv. /yooh'nee ak"see euhl/, adj. 1. having one axis. 2. Crystall. (of a crystal) having one direction in which double refraction does not occur. 3. Bot. (of a ...
unibody
unibody [yo͞o′nə bäd΄ē] adj. designating or of a type of construction used in motor vehicles in which the floor, roof, panels, etc. are welded together into one unit, ...
unicameral
—unicameralism, n. —unicamerally, adv. /yooh'ni kam"euhr euhl/, adj. consisting of a single chamber, as a legislative assembly. [1850-55; UNI- + L camer(a) CHAMBER + -AL1] * ...
unicamerally
See unicameral. * * *
unice
v.t., uniced, unicing. * * *
uniced
adj. * * *
UNICEF
/yooh"neuh sef'/, n. United Nations Children's Fund: an agency, created by the United Nations General Assembly in 1946, concerned with improving the health and nutrition of ...
unicellular
—unicellularity, n. /yooh'neuh sel"yeuh leuhr/, adj. having or consisting of a single cell. [1855-60; UNI- + CELLULAR] * * *
unicellularity
See unicellular. * * *
unicellulate
/yooh'neuh sel"yeuh lit, -layt'/, n. 1. a unicellular organism. 2. a single-celled protist. [ < NL Unicellulata subkingdom name; see UNI-, CELLULE, -ATA1] * * *
Unicode
International character-encoding system designed to support the electronic interchange, processing, and display of the written texts of the diverse languages of the modern and ...
unicolor
/yooh'ni kul"euhr, yooh"ni kul'-/, adj. having only one color. Also, unicolored; esp. Brit., unicolour, unicoloured. [1775-85; UNI- + COLOR] * * *
uniconoclastic
adj. * * *
unicorn
/yooh"ni kawrn'/, n. 1. a mythical creature resembling a horse, with a single horn in the center of its forehead: often symbolic of chastity or purity. 2. a heraldic ...
unicorn beetle
▪ insect       (Dynastes tityus), a large, easily recognized insect of the Dynastinae subfamily of the beetle family Scarabaeidae (order Coleoptera). The unicorn beetle ...
unicorn fish
▪ Naso also spelled  unicornfish,        any of certain exclusively marine fishes belonging to the genus Naso, in the family Acanthuridae (order Perciformes), ...
unicorn plant
a North American plant, Proboscidea (Martynia) louisianica, having creamy-white to red flowers blotched with purple, and a woody capsule with a long, curved beak. [1790-1800] * * ...
unicornplant
unicorn plant n. Any of several annual North American herbs of the genus Proboscidea, having large leaves with long petioles and axillary racemes of large purple or creamy-white ...
unicostate
/yooh'ni kos"tayt, -kaw"stayt/, adj. 1. having only one costa, rib, or ridge. 2. Bot. (of a leaf) having only one primary or prominent rib, the midrib. [1840-50; UNI- + ...
unicuspid
/yooh'ni kus"pid/, adj. having but one cusp. [UNI- + CUSPID] * * *
unicycle
—unicyclist, n. /yooh"neuh suy'keuhl/, n., v., unicycled, unicycling. n. 1. a vehicle with one wheel, esp. a pedal-driven device kept upright and steered by body balance, ...
unicyclist
See unicycle. * * *
unideal
adj. * * *
unidealistic
adj. * * *
unidealized
adj. * * *
unideated
adj. * * *
unideating
adj. * * *
unideational
adj. * * *
unidentical
adj.; unidentically, adv. * * *
unidentifiable
adj.; unidentifiably, adv. * * *
unidentified
adj. * * *
unidentified flying object
also called  flying saucer        any aerial object or optical phenomenon not readily identifiable to the observer. UFOs became a major subject of interest following the ...
unidentified flying object (UFO)
Aerial object or optical phenomenon not readily explainable to the observer. Interest in UFOs increased with developments in aeronautics and astronautics after World War II. A ...
unidentifiedflying object
un·i·den·ti·fied flying object (ŭn'ī-dĕnʹtə-fīd') n. 1. A flying or apparently flying object of an unknown nature, especially one suspected to have been sent by ...
unidentifying
adj. * * *
unideographic
adj. * * *
unideographical
adj.; unideographically, adv. * * *
unideological
adj. * * *
unidimensional
/yooh'ni di men"sheuh nl, -duy-/, adj. one-dimensional. [1880-85; UNI- + DIMENSIONAL] * * *
unidiomatic
adj. * * *
unidiomatically
adv. * * *
unidirectional
/yooh'ni di rek"sheuh nl, -duy-/, adj. operating or moving in one direction only; not changing direction: a unidirectional flow. [1880-85; UNI- + DIRECTIONAL] * * *
unidirectional current
unidirectional current n. DIRECT CURRENT * * *
unidirectionality
See unidirectional. * * *
unidirectionally
See unidirectionality. * * *
unidle
adj. * * *
unidling
adj. * * *
unidly
adv. * * *
unidolatrous
adj. * * *
unidolized
adj. * * *
unidyllic
adj. * * *
uniface
/yooh"neuh fays'/, n. Numis. a coin or medal having a blank reverse. [1875-80; UNI- + FACE] * * *
unifacial
u·ni·fa·cial (yo͞o'nə-fāʹshəl) adj. 1. Having, presenting, or oriented toward a single face. 2. Archaeology. Flaked in such a way as to produce a cutting edge that is ...
unifacially
See unifacial. * * *
unifactorial
/yooh'neuh fak tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-/, adj. Genetics. 1. of or pertaining to a single gene. 2. of a phenotypic character controlled by a single gene. [1930-35; UNI- + FACTOR + ...
unifiable
/yooh"neuh fuy'euh beuhl/, adj. capable of being unified. [UNIFY + -ABLE] * * *
unific
/yooh nif"ik/, adj. unifying; uniting: the unific influence of a common language. [1780-90; UNI- + -FIC] * * *
unification
/yooh'neuh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the process of unifying or uniting; union: the unification of the 13 original colonies. 2. the state or condition of being unified: The ...
Unification Church
a religious sect that combines elements of Protestantism and Buddhism, founded by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon in 1954: many of its members live in communes sponsored by the sect. * * ...
UnificationChurch
U·ni·fi·ca·tion Church (yo͞o'nə-fĭ-kāʹshən) n. A Christian church founded in 1954 by Sun Myung Moon and known for its communal activities. * * *
unified
(as used in expressions) grand unified theory unified field theory unified science * * *
unified field theory
Physics. 1. See electroweak theory. 2. any field theory, esp. Einstein's, that attempts to combine the gravitational and electromagnetic fields in a single mathematical ...
unified science
or unity-of-science view In the philosophy of logical positivism, the doctrine holding that all sciences share the same language, laws, and method. The unity of language has ...
Unified Silla Dynasty
▪ Korean history       (668–935), dynasty that unified the three kingdoms of the Korean peninsula—Silla, Paekche, and Koguryŏ. The old Silla kingdom had forged an ...
unifiedfield theory
u·ni·fied field theory (yo͞oʹnə-fīd') n. A physical theory that combines the treatment of two or more types of fields in order to deduce previously unrecognized ...
unifier
unifier [yo͞o′nə fī΄ər] n. a person or thing that unifies * * * See unifiable. * * *
unifilar
/yooh'neuh fuy"leuhr/, adj. having or involving only one thread, wire, or the like. [1855-60; UNI- + FILAR] * * *
uniflagellate
/yooh'neuh flaj"euh lit, -layt'/, adj. having only one flagellum. [1880-85; UNI- + FLAGELLATE] * * *
uniflorous
/yooh'neuh flawr"euhs, -flohr"-/, adj. Bot. having only one flower. [1750-60; UNI- + -FLOROUS] * * *
uniflow engine
/yooh"neuh floh'/ a double-acting steam engine exhausting from the middle of each cylinder at each stroke so that the motion of the steam from admission to exhaust is continuous ...
unifoliate
/yooh'neuh foh"lee it, -ayt'/, adj. 1. having only one leaf. 2. unifoliolate. [1840-50; UNI- + FOLIATE] * * *
unifoliolate
/yooh'neuh foh"lee euh layt'/, adj. Bot. 1. compound in structure yet having only one leaflet, as the orange. 2. bearing such leaves. [1865-70; UNI- + FOLIOLATE] * * *
uniform
—uniformly, adv. —uniformness, n. /yooh"neuh fawrm'/, adj. 1. identical or consistent, as from example to example, place to place, or moment to moment: uniform spelling; a ...
uniform circular motion
Motion of a particle moving at a constant speed on a circle. Though the magnitude of the velocity of such an object may be constant, the object is constantly accelerating ...
Uniform Code of Military Justice
the body of laws and legal procedures of the armed forces: replaced the Articles of War in 1951. * * *
Uniform Commercial Code
Uniform Commercial Code n. a codification of commercial laws designed to provide uniformity among the states * * *
Uniform Crime Report
an annual report issued by the FBI that presents data on selected categories of crimes reported to the police. Abbr.: UCR * * *
uniformed
/yooh"neuh fawrmd'/, adj. wearing a uniform. [1805-15; UNIFORM + -ED3] * * *


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