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uninscribed
adj. * * *
uninserted
adj. * * *
uninsidious
adj.; uninsidiously, adv.; uninsidiousness, n. * * *
uninsinuated
adj. * * *
uninsinuating
adj. * * *
uninsinuative
adj. * * *
uninsistent
adj.; uninsistently, adv. * * *
uninsolated
adj. * * *
uninsolating
adj. * * *
uninspected
adj. * * *
uninspirable
adj. * * *
uninspired
/un'in spuyeurd"/, adj. not inspired; not creative or spirited: an uninspired performance; an uninspired teacher. [1680-90; UN-1 + INSPIRED] * * *
uninspiring
adj.; uninspiringly, adv. * * *
uninspirited
adj. * * *
uninspissated
adj. * * *
uninstall
un·in·stall (ŭn'ĭn-stôlʹ) tr.v. Computer Science un·in·stalled, un·in·stall·ing, un·in·stalls To remove completely from a system: uninstalled the faulty word ...
uninstalled
adj. * * *
uninstanced
adj. * * *
uninstated
adj. * * *
uninstigated
adj. * * *
uninstigative
adj. * * *
uninstilled
adj. * * *
uninstinctive
adj.; uninstinctively, adv.; uninstinctiveness, n. * * *
uninstituted
adj. * * *
uninstitutional
adj.; uninstitutionally, adv. * * *
uninstitutive
adj.; uninstitutively, adv. * * *
uninstructed
—uninstructedly, adv. /un'in struk"tid/, adj. 1. not instructed; uninformed; uneducated. 2. (of a person acting in a representative capacity) not furnished with orders on how ...
uninstructible
adj. * * *
uninstructing
adj. * * *
uninstructive
adj.; uninstructively, adv. * * *
uninstrumental
adj.; uninstrumentally, adv. * * *
uninsular
adj. * * *
uninsulated
adj. * * *
uninsultable
adj. * * *
uninsulted
adj. * * *
uninsulting
adj. * * *
uninsurable
adj. * * *
uninsured
adj. * * *
unintegrable
adj. * * *
unintegral
adj.; unintegrally, adv. * * *
unintegrated
adj. * * *
unintegrative
adj. * * *
unintellective
adj. * * *
unintellectual
adj.; unintellectually, adv. * * *
unintelligence
See unintelligent. * * *
unintelligent
—unintelligence, n. —unintelligently, adv. /un'in tel"i jeuhnt/, adj. 1. deficient in intelligence; dull; stupid. 2. not endowed with intelligence. [1600-10; UN-1 + ...
unintelligently
See unintelligence. * * *
unintelligibility
See unintelligible. * * *
unintelligible
—unintelligibility, unintelligibleness, n. —unintelligibly, adv. /un'in tel"i jeuh beuhl/, adj. not intelligible; not capable of being understood. [1610-20; UN-1 + ...
unintelligibly
See unintelligibility. * * *
unintended
adj.; unintendedly, adv. * * *
unintensified
adj. * * *
unintensive
adj.; unintensively, adv. * * *
unintent
adj.; unintently, adv. * * *
unintentional
—unintentionally, adv. /un'in ten"sheuh nl/, adj. not intentional or deliberate: an unintentional omission from the list. [1775-85; UN-1 + INTENTIONAL] Syn. accidental, ...
unintentionally
See unintentional. * * *
unintercalated
adj. * * *
unintercepted
adj. * * *
unintercepting
adj. * * *
uninterdicted
adj. * * *
uninterest
un·in·ter·est (ŭn-ĭnʹtrĭst, -tər-ĭst, -trĕst') n. Lack of interest or concern; indifference. * * *
uninterested
—uninterestedly, adv. —uninterestedness, n. /un in"teuhr euh stid, -treuh stid, -teuh res'tid/, adj. 1. having or showing no feeling of interest; indifferent. 2. not ...
uninterestedly
See uninterested. * * *
uninterestedness
See uninterestedly. * * *
uninteresting
adj.; uninterestingly, adv. * * *
uninterestingly
See uninteresting. * * *
uninterjected
adj. * * *
uninterlaced
adj. * * *
uninterleaved
adj. * * *
uninterlined
adj. * * *
uninterlinked
adj. * * *
uninterlocked
adj. * * *
unintermediate
adj.; unintermediately, adv.; unintermediateness, n. * * *
unintermingled
adj. * * *
unintermissive
adj. * * *
unintermitted
adj. * * *
unintermittent
adj.; unintermittently, adv. * * *
unintermitting
adj. * * *
uninternalized
adj. * * *
uninternational
adj. * * *
uninterpleaded
adj. * * *
uninterpolated
adj. * * *
uninterpolative
adj. * * *
uninterposed
adj. * * *
uninterposing
adj. * * *
uninterpretable
adj. * * *
uninterpreted
adj. * * *
uninterpretive
adj.; uninterpretively, adv. * * *
uninterred
adj. * * *
uninterrogable
adj. * * *
uninterrogated
adj. * * *
uninterrogative
adj.; uninterrogatively, adv. * * *
uninterrogatory
adj. * * *
uninterrupted
adj.; uninterruptedly, adv.; uninterruptedness, n. * * *
uninterruptedly
uninterruptedly [spelling only] * * *
uninterruptible
adj. * * *
uninterrupting
adj. * * *
uninterruptive
adj. * * *
unintersected
adj. * * *
unintersecting
adj. * * *
uninterspersed
adj. * * *
unmacadamized
adj. * * *
unmacerated
adj. * * *
unmachinable
adj. * * *
unmachinated
adj. * * *
unmachinating
adj. * * *
unmachineable
adj. * * *
unmachined
adj. * * *
unmacho
adj. * * *
unmad
adj. * * *
unmadded
adj. * * *
unmaddened
adj. * * *
unmade
/un mayd"/, adj. 1. not made. 2. Falconry. unmanned (def. 2). [1200-50; ME; see UN-1, MADE] * * *
unmagical
adj.; unmagically, adv. * * *
unmagisterial
adj. * * *
unmagnanimous
adj.; unmagnanimously, adv.; unmagnanimousness, n. * * *
unmagnetic
adj. * * *
unmagnetical
adj. * * *
unmagnetized
adj. * * *
unmagnified
adj. * * *
unmagnifying
adj. * * *
unmaidenlike
adj. * * *
unmaidenly
adj. * * *
unmailable
adj. * * *
unmailed
adj. * * *
unmaimable
adj. * * *
unmaimed
adj. * * *
unmaintainable
adj. * * *
unmaintained
adj. * * *
unmajestic
adj. * * *
unmajestically
adv. * * *
unmake
/un mayk"/, v.t., unmade, unmaking. 1. to cause to be as if never made; reduce to the original elements or condition; undo; destroy. 2. to depose from office or authority; demote ...
unmalarial
adj. * * *
unmaledictive
adj. * * *
unmaledictory
adj. * * *
unmalevolent
adj.; unmalevolently, adv. * * *
unmalicious
adj.; unmaliciously, adv. * * *
unmalignant
adj.; unmalignantly, adv. * * *
unmaligned
adj. * * *
unmalleable
adj. * * *
unmaltable
adj. * * *
unmalted
adj. * * *
unmammalian
adj. * * *
unman
/un man"/, v.t., unmanned, unmanning. 1. to deprive of courage or fortitude; break down the manly spirit of: Constant conflict finally unmanned him. 2. to deprive of virility; ...
unmanacled
adj. * * *
unmanageability
See unmanageable. * * *
unmanageable
adj.; unmanageability, unmanageableness, n.; unmanageably, adv. * * *
unmanageably
See unmanageability. * * *
unmanaged
adj. * * *
unmandated
adj. * * *
unmandatory
adj. * * *
unmaned
adj. * * *
unmaneuvered
adj. * * *
unmanful
adj.; unmanfully, adv.; unmanfulness, n. * * *
unmangled
adj. * * *
unmaniacal
adj.; unmaniacally, adv. * * *
unmanicured
adj. * * *
unmanifest
adj. * * *
unmanifestative
adj. * * *
unmanifested
adj. * * *
unmanipulable
adj. * * *
unmanipulatable
adj. * * *
unmanipulated
adj. * * *
unmanipulative
adj. * * *
unmanipulatory
adj. * * *
unmanliness
See unmanly. * * *
unmanly
—unmanliness, n. /un man"lee/, adj., unmanlier, unmanliest. 1. not manly; not characteristic of or befitting a man; weak, timid, or cowardly. 2. effeminate. [1350-1400; ME; see ...
unmanned
/un mand"/, adj. 1. without the physical presence of people in control: an unmanned spacecraft. 2. Falconry. (of a captured hawk) untrained for hunting with a master; ...
unmannered
/un man"euhrd/, adj. 1. lacking good manners; rude or ill-bred. 2. without affectation or insincerity; ingenuous: He is a refreshingly unmannered person. [1400-50; late ME; see ...
unmanneredly
See unmannered. * * *
unmannerliness
See unmannerly. * * *
unmannerly
—unmannerliness, n. /un man"euhr lee/, adj. 1. not mannerly; impolite; discourteous; coarse. adv. 2. with ill manners. [1300-50; ME; see UN-1, MANNERLY] Syn. 1. ill-bred, ...
unmannish
adj.; unmannishly, adv.; unmannishness, n. * * *
unmantled
adj. * * *
unmanual
adj.; unmanually, adv. * * *
unmanufactured
adj. * * *
unmanumitted
adj. * * *
unmanurable
adj. * * *
unmappable
adj. * * *
unmapped
adj. * * *
unmarbelize
v.t., unmarbelized, unmarbelizing. * * *
unmarbled
adj. * * *
unmarbleize
v.t., unmarbleized, unmarbleizing. * * *
unmarching
adj. * * *
unmarginal
adj.; unmarginally, adv. * * *
unmarginated
adj. * * *
unmarine
adj. * * *
unmaritime
adj. * * *
unmarkable
adj. * * *
unmarked
/un mahrkt"/, adj. 1. not marked. 2. Ling. a. characterized by the absence of a distinctive phonological feature, as /p/, which, in contrast to /b/, lacks the distinctive feature ...
unmarketable
adj. * * *
unmarketed
adj. * * *
unmarled
adj. * * *
unmarred
adj. * * *
unmarriageable
adj. * * *
unmarried
adj., n. * * *
unmarring
adj. * * *
unmarrying
adj. * * *
unmarshaled
adj. * * *
unmarshalled
adj. * * *
unmartial
adj. * * *
unmartyred
adj. * * *
unmarvellous
adj.; unmarvellously, adv.; unmarvellousness, n. * * *
unmarvelous
adj.; unmarvelously, adv.; unmarvelousness, n. * * *
unmasculine
adj.; unmasculinely, adv. * * *
unmashed
adj. * * *
unmask
—unmasker, n. /un mask", -mahsk"/, v.t. 1. to strip a mask or disguise from. 2. to reveal the true character of; disclose; expose. 3. Mil. to reveal the presence of (guns) by ...
unmasked
adj. * * *
unmasking
adj. * * *
unmassacred
adj. * * *
unmassed
adj. * * *
unmast
v.t. * * *
unmasterable
adj. * * *
unmastered
adj. * * *
unmasterful
adj.; unmasterfully, adv. * * *
unmasticated
adj. * * *
unmasticatory
adj. * * *
unmatchable
adj. * * *
unmatched
adj. * * *
unmatching
adj. * * *
unmate
v.t., unmated, unmating. * * *
unmated
unmated [spelling only] * * *
unmaterial
adj.; unmaterially, adv. * * *
unmaterialistic
adj. * * *
unmaterialized
adj. * * *
unmaternal
adj.; unmaternally, adv. * * *
unmathematical
adj.; unmathematically, adv. * * *
unmating
adj. * * *
unmatriculated
adj. * * *
unmatrimonial
adj.; unmatrimonially, adv. * * *
unmatted
adj. * * *
unmaturative
adj. * * *
unmature
adj.; unmaturely, adv. * * *
unmatured
adj. * * *
unmaturing
adj. * * *
unmaudlin
adj.; unmaudlinly, adv. * * *
unmauled
adj. * * *
unmeandering
adj.; unmeanderingly, adv. * * *
unmeaning
—unmeaningly, adv. /un mee"ning/, adj. 1. not meaning anything; devoid of intelligence, sense, or significance, as words or actions; pointless; empty. 2. expressionless, ...
unmeaningful
—unmeaningfully, adv. /un mee"ning feuhl/, adj. not meaningful; without significance. [UN-1 + MEANINGFUL] * * *
unmeaningly
See unmeaning. * * *
unmeant
adj. * * *
unmeasurable
unmeasurable [spelling only] * * *
unmeasured
—unmeasurable, adj. —unmeasurably, adv. —unmeasuredly, adv. /un mezh"euhrd/, adj. 1. of undetermined or indefinitely great extent or amount; unlimited; measureless: the ...
unmechanical
adj.; unmechanically, adv. * * *
unmechanically
See unmechanical. * * *
unmechanistic
adj. * * *
unmechanized
adj. * * *
unmedaled
adj. * * *
unmedalled
adj. * * *
unmeddled
adj. * * *
unmeddlesome
adj. * * *
unmeddling
adj.; unmeddlingly, adv. * * *
unmediaeval
adj. * * *
unmediated
adj. * * *
unmediating
adj. * * *
unmediative
adj. * * *


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