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unrewarding
adj. * * *
unreworded
adj. * * *
unrhapsodic
adj. * * *
unrhapsodical
adj.; unrhapsodically, adv. * * *
unrhetorical
adj.; unrhetorically, adv. * * *
unrheumatic
adj. * * *
unrhyme
v.t., unrhymed, unrhyming. * * *
unrhymed
unrhymed [spelling only] * * *
unrhythmic
adj. * * *
unrhythmical
adj.; unrhythmically, adv. * * *
unribbed
adj. * * *
unribboned
adj. * * *
unridable
adj. * * *
unridden
adj. * * *
unriddle
—unriddler, n. /un rid"l/, v.t., unriddled, unriddling. to solve (a riddle, mystery, etc.). [1580-90; UN-2 + RIDDLE1] * * *
unriddler
See unriddle. * * *
unridered
adj. * * *
unridged
adj. * * *
unridiculed
adj. * * *
unridiculous
adj.; unridiculously, adv.; unridiculousness, n. * * *
unrife
adj. * * *
unriffled
adj. * * *
unrifled
adj. * * *
unrifted
adj. * * *
unrig
/un rig"/, v.t., unrigged, unrigging. 1. to strip of rigging, as a ship. 2. to strip of equipment. 3. Chiefly Brit. Dial. to undress. [1570-80; UN-2 + RIG] * * *
unrightable
adj. * * *
unrighted
adj. * * *
unrighteous
—unrighteously, adv. —unrighteousness, n. /un ruy"cheuhs/, adj. 1. not righteous; not upright or virtuous; wicked; sinful; evil: an unrighteous king. 2. not in accordance ...
unrighteously
See unrighteous. * * *
unrighteousness
See unrighteously. * * *
unrightful
adj.; unrightfully, adv.; unrightfulness, n. * * *
unrigid
adj.; unrigidly, adv.; unrigidness, n. * * *
unrigorous
adj.; unrigorously, adv.; unrigorousness, n. * * *
unrimed
adj. * * *
unringable
adj. * * *
unringing
adj. * * *
unrinsed
adj. * * *
unrioting
adj. * * *
unriotous
adj.; unriotously, adv.; unriotousness, n. * * *
unrip
/un rip"/, v.t., unripped, unripping. 1. to undo by ripping; cut or tear open; rip; take apart or detach. 2. to make known; disclose; reveal. [1505-15; UN-2 + RIP1] * * *
unripe
—unripely, adv. —unripeness, n. /un ruyp"/, adj. 1. not ripe; immature; not fully developed: unripe fruit. 2. too early; premature. [bef. 1000; ME unrype, OE unripe. See ...
unripened
adj. * * *
unripeness
See unripe. * * *
unripening
adj. * * *
unrippable
adj. * * *
unrippled
adj. * * *
unrippling
adj.; unripplingly, adv. * * *
unrisen
adj. * * *
unrisible
adj. * * *
unrising
adj. * * *
unriskable
adj. * * *
unrisked
adj. * * *
unrisky
adj. * * *
unritual
adj.; unritually, adv. * * *
unritualistic
adj. * * *
unrivalable
adj. * * *
unrivaled
/un ruy"veuhld/, adj. having no rival or competitor; having no equal; incomparable; supreme: His work is unrivaled for the beauty of its prose. Also, esp. Brit., ...
unrivaling
adj. * * *
unrivalling
adj. * * *
unrivalrous
adj. * * *
unrived
adj. * * *
unriven
adj. * * *
unriveted
adj. * * *
unriveting
adj. * * *
unroadworthy
adj. * * *
unroaming
adj. * * *
unroasted
adj. * * *
unrobbed
adj. * * *
unrobe
/un rohb"/, v.t., v.i., unrobed, unrobing. to disrobe; undress. [1590-1600; UN-2 + ROBE] * * *
unrobust
adj.; unrobustly, adv.; unrobustness, n. * * *
unrocked
adj. * * *
unrocky
adj. * * *
unrodded
adj. * * *
unroiled
adj. * * *
unroll
/un rohl"/, v.t. 1. to open or spread out (something rolled or coiled): to unroll a bolt of fabric. 2. to lay open; display; reveal. 3. Obs. to strike from a roll or ...
unrollable
adj. * * *
unromantic
adj. * * *
unromantically
adv. * * *
unromanticized
adj. * * *
unroof
/un roohf", -roof"/, v.t. to take off the roof or covering of. [1590-1600; UN-2 + ROOF] * * *
unroofed
adj. * * *
unroomy
adj. * * *
unroosted
adj. * * *
unroosting
adj. * * *
unroot
/un rooht", -root"/, v.t. 1. to uproot. v.i. 2. to become unrooted. [1400-50; late ME unrooten. See UN-2, ROOT1] * * *
unroped
adj. * * *
unrosed
adj. * * *
unrotary
adj. * * *
unrotated
adj. * * *
unrotating
adj. * * *
unrotational
adj. * * *
unrotative
adj. * * *
unrotatory
adj. * * *
unrotted
adj. * * *
unrotten
adj. * * *
unrotund
adj. * * *
unrouged
adj. * * *
unroughened
adj. * * *
unround
/un rownd"/, v.t. Phonet. to articulate (an ordinarily rounded vowel) without rounding the lips; delabialize. Cf. round1 (def. 57c), spread (def. 14). [1605-15; UN-2 + ROUND1] * ...
unrounded
/un rown"did/, adj. Phonet. (of a vowel) pronounced without rounding the lips, as the vowel of bit. Cf. rounded (def. 2), spread (def. 41). [1875-80; UN-1 + ROUNDED] * * *
unroused
adj. * * *
unrousing
adj. * * *
unroutable
adj. * * *
unrouted
adj. * * *
unroutine
adj.; unroutinely, adv. * * *
unrove
/un rohv"/, Naut. v.t., v.i. 1. pt. and pp. of unreeve. adj. 2. withdrawn from a block, thimble, etc. * * *
unroven
un·ro·ven (ŭn-rōʹvən) v. A past participle of unreeve. * * *
unroving
adj. * * *
unrowdy
adj. * * *
unrowed
adj. * * *
unroweled
adj. * * *
unrowelled
adj. * * *
UNRRA
/un"reuh/ United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. Also, U.N.R.R.A. * * *
unrubbed
adj. * * *
unrubified
adj. * * *
unrubrical
adj.; unrubrically, adv. * * *
unrubricated
adj. * * *
unruddered
adj. * * *
unruddled
adj. * * *
unrude
adj.; unrudely, adv. * * *
unrued
adj. * * *
unrueful
adj.; unruefully, adv.; unruefulness, n. * * *
unruffable
adj. * * *
unruffed
adj. * * *
unrufflable
adj. * * *
unruffle
/un ruf"euhl/, v., unruffled, unruffling. v.t. 1. to calm (someone). 2. to smooth out (something). v.i. 3. to become calm or smoothed out. [1690-1700; UN-2 + RUFFLE] * * *
unruffled
—unruffledness, n. /un ruf"euhld/, adj. 1. calm; not emotionally upset or agitated; steady; unflustered: He became all excited, but she remained unruffled. 2. not ruffled, as a ...
unrugged
adj. * * *
Unruh, Fritz von
▪ German author born May 10, 1885, Koblenz, Germany died November 28, 1970, Diez, West Germany  dramatist, poet, and novelist, one of the most poetically gifted of the ...
unruinable
adj. * * *
unruinous
adj.; unruinously, adv.; unruinousness, n. * * *
unruled
adj. * * *
unruliness
See unruly. * * *
unruly
—unruliness, n. /un rooh"lee/, adj., unrulier, unruliest. not submissive or conforming to rule; ungovernable; turbulent; intractable; refractory; lawless: an unruly class; an ...
unruminant
adj. * * *
unruminated
adj. * * *
unruminating
adj.; unruminatingly, adv. * * *
unruminative
adj. * * *
unrummaged
adj. * * *
unrumored
adj. * * *
unrumpled
adj. * * *
unrun
adj. * * *
unrung
adj. * * *
unrupturable
adj. * * *
unruptured
adj. * * *
unrural
adj.; unrurally, adv. * * *
unrushed
adj. * * *
unrushing
adj. * * *
unrust
v.t. * * *
unrusted
unrusted [spelling only] * * *
unrustic
adj. * * *
unrustically
adv. * * *
unrusticated
adj. * * *
unrustling
adj. * * *
UNRWA
United Nations Relief and Works Agency. * * *
Uns
Symbol, Chem., Physics. unnilseptium. * * *
unsabered
adj. * * *
unsabled
adj. * * *
unsabotaged
adj. * * *
unsaccharine
adj. * * *
unsacerdotal
adj.; unsacerdotally, adv. * * *
unsacked
adj. * * *
unsacramental
adj.; unsacramentally, adv. * * *
unsacred
adj.; unsacredly, adv. * * *
unsacrificeable
adj. * * *
unsacrificed
adj. * * *
unsacrificial
adj.; unsacrificially, adv. * * *
unsacrificing
adj. * * *
unsacrilegious
adj.; unsacrilegiously, adv.; unsacrilegiousness, n. * * *
unsad
adj.; unsadly, adv.; unsadness, n. * * *
unsaddened
adj. * * *
unsaddle
/un sad"l/, v., unsaddled, unsaddling. v.t. 1. to take the saddle from. 2. to cause to fall or dismount from a saddle; unhorse. v.i. 3. to take the saddle from a ...
unsadistic
adj. * * *
unsadistically
adv. * * *
unsafe
adj.; unsafely, adv.; unsafeness, n. * * *
unsafeguarded
adj. * * *
unsafety
—unsafetied, adj. /un sayf"tee/, n. unsafe state or condition; exposure to danger or risk; insecurity. [1590-1600; UN-1 + SAFETY] * * *
unsagacious
adj.; unsagaciously, adv.; unsagaciousness, n. * * *
unsage
adj.; unsagely, adv.; unsageness, n. * * *
unsagging
adj. * * *
unsaid
unsaid1 /un sed"/, v. pt. and pp. of unsay. unsaid2 /un sed"/, adj. not said; thought but not mentioned or discussed; unstated: It was best left unsaid. [bef. 1000; ME unsa(i)d, ...
unsailable
adj. * * *
unsailed
adj. * * *
unsainted
adj. * * *
unsaintly
adj. * * *
unsalability
n. * * *
unsalable
adj.; unsalably, adv. * * *
unsalacious
adj.; unsalaciously, adv.; unsalaciousness, n. * * *
unsalaried
adj. * * *
unsaleability
unsaleability [spelling only] * * *
unsaleable
adj.; unsaleably, adv. * * *
unsalient
adj.; unsaliently, adv. * * *
unsaline
adj. * * *
unsalivated
adj. * * *
unsalivating
adj. * * *
unsallow
adj.; unsallowness, n. * * *
unsallying
adj. * * *
unsaltable
adj. * * *
unsaltatorial
adj. * * *
unsaltatory
adj. * * *
unsalted
adj. * * *
unsalty
adj. * * *
unsalubrious
adj.; unsalubriously, adv.; unsalubriousness, n. * * *
unsalutary
adj. * * *
unsalutatory
adj. * * *
unsaluted
adj. * * *
unsaluting
adj. * * *
unsalvageable
adj.; unsalvageably, adv. * * *
unsalvaged
adj. * * *
unsalved
adj. * * *
unsampled
unsampled [spelling only] * * *
unsanctified
adj. * * *
unsanctifying
adj. * * *
unsanctimonious
adj.; unsanctimoniously, adv.; unsanctimoniousness, n. * * *
unsanctionable
adj. * * *
unsanctioned
adj. * * *
unsanctioning
adj. * * *
unsanctitude
n. * * *
unsanctity
n., pl. unsanctities. * * *
unsandaled
adj. * * *
unsandalled
adj. * * *
unsanded
adj. * * *
unsanguinarily
adv. * * *
unsanguinary
adj. * * *
unsanguine
adj.; unsanguinely, adv. * * *
unsanguineous
adj.; unsanguineously, adv. * * *
unsanitary
—unsanitarily, adv. /un san"i ter'ee/, adj. not sanitary; unhealthy or unhealthful; tending to harbor or spread disease: unsanitary living conditions. Also, ...
unsanitized
adj. * * *
unsanity
n. * * *
unsapient
adj.; unsapiently, adv. * * *
unsapiential
adj.; unsapientially, adv. * * *
unsaponifiable
adj. * * *
unsaponified
adj. * * *
unsapped
adj. * * *
unsarcastic
adj. * * *
unsarcastical
adj.; unsarcastically, adv. * * *
unsardonic
adj. * * *
unsardonically
adv. * * *
unsartorial
adj.; unsartorially, adv. * * *
unsashed
adj. * * *
unsatable
adj. * * *
unsatanic
adj. * * *
unsatanical
adj.; unsatanically, adv. * * *
unsatcheled
adj. * * *
unsated
adj. * * *
unsatiable
adj.; unsatiableness, n.; unsatiably, adv. * * *
unsatiated
adj. * * *
unsatiating
adj. * * *
unsating
adj. * * *
unsatiric
adj. * * *
unsatirical
adj.; unsatirically, adv.; unsatiricalness, n. * * *
unsatirizable
adj. * * *
unsatirized
adj. * * *
unsatisfactorily
unsatisfactorily [spelling only] * * * See unsatisfactory. * * *
unsatisfactory
—unsatisfactorily, adv. —unsatisfactoriness, n. /un'sat is fak"teuh ree/, adj. not satisfactory; not satisfying or meeting one's demands; inadequate. [1630-40; UN-1 + ...
unsatisfiable
adj. * * *
unsatisfied
adj. * * *
unsatisfying
unsatisfying [spelling only] * * *
unsaturable
adj. * * *
unsaturate
un·sat·u·rate (ŭn-săchʹə-rĭt) n. An unsaturated compound. * * *
unsaturated
—unsaturate /un sach"euhr it, -euh rayt'/, n. —unsaturation, n. /un sach"euh ray'tid/, adj. 1. not saturated; having the power to dissolve still more of a substance. 2. Chem. ...

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