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uniformitarian
—uniformitarianism, n. /yooh'neuh fawr'mi tair"ee euhn/, adj. 1. supporting, conforming to, or derived from a theory or doctrine about uniformity, esp. on the subject of ...
uniformitarianism
uniformitarianism [yo͞on΄ə fôrm΄ə ter′ē əniz΄əm] n. the doctrine that all geologic changes may be explained by existing physical and chemical processes, as erosion, ...
uniformity
/yooh'neuh fawr"mi tee/, n., pl. uniformities. 1. the state or quality of being uniform; overall sameness, homogeneity, or regularity: uniformity of style. 2. something ...
Uniformity Act
Eng. Hist. See Act of Uniformity. * * *
uniformize
—uniformization, n. /yooh"neuh fawr muyz'/, v.t., uniformized, uniformizing. to bring into uniformity. Also, esp. Brit., uniformise. [1865-70; < F uniformiser. See UNIFORM, ...
uniformly
See uniformity. * * *
uniformness
See uniformity. * * *
uniformresource locator
uniform resource locator n. URL. * * *
unify
—unifier, n. /yooh"neuh fuy'/, v.t., v.i., unified, unifying. to make or become a single unit; unite: to unify conflicting theories; to unify a country. [1495-1505; < LL ...
Unigenitus
▪ bull by Clement XI in full  Unigenitus Dei Filius,        bull issued by Pope Clement XI on Sept. 8, 1713, condemning the doctrines of Jansenism, a dissident ...
unignitable
adj. * * *
unignited
adj. * * *
unigniting
adj. * * *
unignominious
adj.; unignominiously, adv.; unignominiousness, n. * * *
unignorable
adj.; unignorably, adv. * * *
unignorant
adj.; unignorantly, adv. * * *
unignored
adj. * * *
unignoring
adj. * * *
unijugate
/yooh nij"euh gayt', yooh'ni jooh"git, -gayt/, adj. Bot. (of a pinnate leaf) having only a single pair of leaflets. [1840-50; < L unijug(us) having one yoke (equiv. to uni- UNI- ...
unilateral
—unilaterality, n. —unilaterally, adv. /yooh'neuh lat"euhr euhl/, adj. 1. relating to, occurring on, or involving one side only: unilateral development; a unilateral ...
unilateralism
—unilateralist, n., adj. /yooh'neuh lat"euhr euh liz'euhm/, n. the advocacy or pursuit of a unilateral policy, esp. in disarmament. [1925-30; UNILATERAL + -ISM] * * *
unilateralist
See unilateralism. * * *
unilaterally
See unilateral. * * *
Unilever
a large British and Dutch company that makes food, drink and soap products. It was formed in 1930 by joining two companies, Lever Brothers (established by Lord Leverhulme) and ...
unilineal
/yooh'neuh lin"ee euhl/, adj. unilateral (def. 6). [1950-55; UNI- + LINEAL] * * *
unilinear
/yooh'neuh lin"ee euhr/, adj. developing or evolving in a steady, consistent, and undeviating way. [1925-30; UNI- + LINEAR] * * *
unilingual
—unilingualism, n. /yooh'neuh ling"gweuhl/ or, Can., /-ling"gyooh euhl/, adj. using only one language: a unilingual book. [1865-70; UNI- + LINGUAL] * * *
unillumed
adj. * * *
unilluminant
adj. * * *
unilluminated
adj. * * *
unilluminating
adj. * * *
unilluminative
adj. * * *
unillusioned
/un'i looh"zheuhnd/, adj. having or manifesting no illusions; free from illusions: to be unillusioned about one's chances for success. [1925-30; UN-1 + ILLUSION + -ED3] * * *
unillusive
adj. * * *
unillusory
adj. * * *
unillustrated
adj. * * *
unillustrative
adj. * * *
unillustrious
adj.; unillustriously, adv.; unillustriousness, n. * * *
unilobar
u·ni·lo·bar (yo͞o'nə-lōʹbər, -bär') adj. Having only one lobe. * * *
unilobed
/yooh"neuh lohbd'/, adj. having or consisting of a single lobe, esp. of the maxilla of an insect. [1850-55; UNI- + LOBED] * * *
unilocular
/yooh'neuh lok"yeuh leuhr/, adj. Biol. having or consisting of only one loculus, chamber, or cell. [1745-55; UNI- + LOCULAR] * * *
unimaged
adj. * * *
unimaginable
adj.; unimaginableness, n.; unimaginably, adv. * * *
unimaginably
unimaginably [spelling only] * * *
unimaginary
adj. * * *
unimaginative
adj.; unimaginatively, adv. * * *
unimagined
adj. * * *
UnimakIsland
U·ni·mak Island (yo͞oʹnə-măk') An island of southwest Alaska in the eastern Aleutian Islands separated from the Alaska Peninsula by a narrow strait. It is the largest ...
unimbibed
adj. * * *
unimbibing
adj. * * *
unimbued
adj. * * *
unimitable
adj. * * *
unimitated
adj. * * *
unimitating
adj. * * *
unimitative
adj. * * *
unimmaculate
adj.; unimmaculately, adv.; unimmaculateness, n. * * *
unimmanent
adj.; unimmanently, adv. * * *
unimmediate
adj.; unimmediately, adv.; unimmediateness, n. * * *
unimmerged
adj. * * *
unimmersed
adj. * * *
unimmigrating
adj. * * *
unimminent
adj. * * *
unimmolated
adj. * * *
unimmunized
adj. * * *
unimmured
adj. * * *
unimodal
/yooh'neuh mohd"l/, adj. Statistics. (of a distribution) having a single mode. [1920-25; UNI- + MODAL] * * *
unimodular
/yooh'neuh moj"euh leuhr/, adj. Math. (of a matrix) having its determinant equal to 1. [1865-70; UNI- + MODULAR] * * *
unimpacted
adj. * * *
unimpairable
adj. * * *
unimpaired
adj. * * *
unimpaneled
adj. * * *
unimpanelled
adj. * * *
unimparted
adj. * * *
unimpartial
adj.; unimpartially, adv. * * *
unimpartible
adj. * * *
unimpassionate
adj.; unimpassionately, adv. * * *
unimpassioned
adj. * * *
unimpassionedly
adv. * * *
unimpatient
adj.; unimpatiently, adv. * * *
unimpawned
adj. * * *
unimpeachable
—unimpeachability, unimpeachableness, n. —unimpeachably, adv. /un'im pee"cheuh beuhl/, adj. above suspicion; impossible to discredit; impeccable: unimpeachable ...
unimpeachably
See unimpeachable. * * *
unimpeached
adj. * * *
unimpearled
adj. * * *
unimpeded
adj. * * *
unimpeding
adj.; unimpedingly, adv. * * *
unimpelled
adj. * * *
unimperative
adj.; unimperatively, adv. * * *
unimperial
adj.; unimperially, adv. * * *
unimperialistic
adj. * * *
unimperious
adj.; unimperiously, adv. * * *
unimpertinent
adj.; unimpertinently, adv. * * *
unimpinging
adj. * * *
unimplanted
adj. * * *
unimplemented
unimplemented [spelling only] * * *
unimplicated
adj. * * *
unimplicitly
adv. * * *
unimplied
adj. * * *
unimplorable
adj. * * *
unimplored
adj. * * *
unimportance
n. * * *
unimportant
adj.; unimportantly, adv. * * *
unimported
adj. * * *
unimporting
adj. * * *
unimportunate
adj.; unimportunately, adv.; unimportunateness, n. * * *
unimportuned
adj. * * *
unimposed
adj. * * *
unimposing
/un'im poh"zing/, adj. not imposing; unimpressive: an unimposing spectacle; a man of unimposing stature. [1730-40; UN-1 + IMPOSING] * * *
unimpounded
adj. * * *
unimpoverished
adj. * * *
unimprecated
adj. * * *
unimpregnated
adj. * * *
unimpressed
adj. * * *
unimpressible
adj. * * *
unimpressive
adj.; unimpressively, adv. * * *
unimprinted
adj. * * *
unimprisonable
adj. * * *
unimprisoned
adj. * * *
unimpropriated
adj. * * *
unimproved
/un'im proohvd"/, adj. 1. not developed to full potential, as resources or the mind. 2. not showing improvement, as one's health, appearance, etc. 3. (of land) not fitted for a ...
unimprovised
adj. * * *
unimpugnable
adj. * * *
unimpugned
adj. * * *
unimpulsive
adj.; unimpulsively, adv. * * *
unimputable
adj. * * *
unimputed
adj. * * *
uninaugurated
adj. * * *
unincarcerated
adj. * * *
unincarnate
adj. * * *
unincarnated
adj. * * *
unincensed
adj. * * *
uninceptive
adj.; uninceptively, adv. * * *
unincestuous
adj.; unincestuously, adv. * * *
uninchoative
adj. * * *
unincidental
adj.; unincidentally, adv. * * *
unincinerated
adj. * * *
unincised
adj. * * *
unincisive
adj.; unincisively, adv.; unincisiveness, n. * * *
unincited
adj. * * *
uninclinable
adj. * * *
uninclined
adj. * * *
uninclining
adj. * * *
uninclosed
adj. * * *
unincludable
adj. * * *
unincluded
adj. * * *
unincludible
adj. * * *
uninclusive
adj. * * *
unincorporated
/un'in kawr"peuh ray'tid/, adj. 1. not chartered as a corporation; lacking the powers and immunities of a corporate enterprise: an unincorporated business. 2. not chartered as a ...
unincreasable
adj. * * *
unincreased
adj. * * *
unincreasing
adj. * * *
unincriminated
adj. * * *
unincriminating
adj. * * *
unincubated
adj. * * *
unincumbered
adj. * * *
unindemnified
adj. * * *
unindentured
adj. * * *
unindexed
adj. * * *
unindicated
adj. * * *
unindicative
adj.; unindicatively, adv. * * *
unindictable
adj. * * *
unindicted
adj. * * *
unindigenous
adj.; unindigenously, adv. * * *
unindignant
adj. * * *
unindividuated
adj. * * *
unindoctrinated
adj. * * *
unindorsed
adj. * * *
uninduced
adj. * * *
uninducible
adj. * * *
uninducted
adj. * * *
uninductive
adj. * * *
unindulged
adj. * * *
unindulgent
adj.; unindulgently, adv. * * *
unindulging
adj. * * *
unindurate
adj. * * *
unindurative
adj. * * *
unindustrial
adj. * * *
unindustrious
adj.; unindustriously, adv. * * *
uninebriated
adj. * * *
uninebriating
adj. * * *
uninert
adj.; uninertly, adv. * * *
uninfatuated
adj. * * *
uninfectable
adj. * * *
uninfected
adj. * * *
uninfectious
adj.; uninfectiously, adv.; uninfectiousness, n. * * *
uninfective
adj. * * *
uninferable
adj.; uninferably, adv. * * *
uninferential
adj.; uninferentially, adv. * * *
uninferred
adj. * * *
uninferrible
adj.; uninferribly, adv. * * *
uninfested
adj. * * *
uninfiltrated
adj. * * *
uninfinite
adj.; uninfinitely, adv.; uninfiniteness, n. * * *
uninfixed
adj. * * *
uninflamed
adj. * * *
uninflammable
adj. * * *
uninflated
adj. * * *
uninflected
adj. * * *
uninflective
adj. * * *
uninflicted
adj. * * *
uninfluenced
adj. * * *
uninfluencing
adj. * * *
uninfluential
adj.; uninfluentially, adv. * * *
uninfolded
adj. * * *
uninformative
adj.; uninformatively, adv. * * *
uninformatively
See uninformative. * * *
uninformed
adj. * * *
uninforming
adj. * * *
uninfracted
adj. * * *
uninfringed
adj. * * *
uninfuriated
adj. * * *
uninfused
adj. * * *
uninfusing
adj. * * *
uninfusive
adj. * * *
uningested
adj. * * *
uningestive
adj. * * *
uningrafted
adj. * * *
uningrained
adj. * * *
uningratiating
adj. * * *
uninhabitable
adj. * * *
uninhabited
adj. * * *
uninhalable
adj. * * *
uninhaled
adj. * * *
uninherent
adj.; uninherently, adv. * * *
uninheritable
adj. * * *
uninherited
adj. * * *
uninhibited
—uninhibitedly, adv. —uninhibitedness, n. /un'in hib"i tid/, adj. 1. not inhibited or restricted: uninhibited freedom to act. 2. not restrained by social convention or usage; ...
uninhibitedly
See uninhibited. * * *
uninhibitedness
See uninhibitedly. * * *
uninhibiting
adj. * * *
uninhumed
adj. * * *
uninimical
adj.; uninimically, adv. * * *
uniniquitous
adj.; uniniquitously, adv.; uniniquitousness, n. * * *
uninitialed
adj. * * *
uninitialled
adj. * * *
uninitiate
adj. * * *
uninitiated
adj. * * *
uninitiative
adj. * * *
uninjectable
adj. * * *
uninjected
adj. * * *
uninjured
adj. * * *
uninjuring
adj. * * *
uninjurious
adj.; uninjuriously, adv.; uninjuriousness, n. * * *
uninked
adj. * * *
uninlaid
adj. * * *
uninnate
adj.; uninnately, adv.; uninnateness, n. * * *
uninnocent
adj.; uninnocently, adv. * * *
uninnocuous
adj.; uninnocuously, adv.; uninnocuousness, n. * * *
uninnovating
adj. * * *
uninnovative
adj. * * *
uninoculable
adj. * * *
uninoculated
adj. * * *
uninoculative
adj. * * *
uninquired
adj. * * *
uninquiring
adj. * * *
uninquisitive
adj.; uninquisitively, adv.; uninquisitiveness, n. * * *
uninquisitorial
adj.; uninquisitorially, adv. * * *


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