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unsaturatedfat
unsaturated fat n. A fat derived from plant and some animal sources, especially fish, that is liquid at room temperature. Intake of foods containing more unsaturated fats than ...
unsaturation
See unsaturated. * * *
unsauced
adj. * * *
unsavable
adj. * * *
unsavage
adj.; unsavagely, adv.; unsavageness, n. * * *
unsaveable
adj. * * *
unsaved
adj. * * *
unsaving
adj.; unsavingly, adv. * * *
unsavored
adj. * * *
unsavorily
See unsavory. * * *
unsavoriness
See unsavorily. * * *
unsavory
—unsavorily, adv. —unsavoriness, n. /un say"veuh ree/, adj. 1. not savory; tasteless or insipid: an unsavory meal. 2. unpleasant in taste or smell; distasteful. 3. ...
unsavvy
/un sav"ee/, adj. Informal. inexperienced or untrained: a term used only by unsavvy freshmen. [UN-1 + SAVVY] * * *
unsawed
adj. * * *
unsawn
adj. * * *
unsay
/un say"/, v.t., unsaid, unsaying. to withdraw (something said), as if it had never been said; retract. [1425-75; late ME unsayen. See UN-2, SAY1] * * *
unsayable
adj. * * *
unscabbard
v.t. * * *
unscabbed
adj. * * *
unscabrous
adj.; unscabrously, adv.; unscabrousness, n. * * *
unscaffolded
adj. * * *
unscalable
adj. * * *
unscalded
adj. * * *
unscalding
adj. * * *
unscaled
adj. * * *
unscaling
adj. * * *
unscalloped
adj. * * *
unscaly
adj. * * *
unscamped
adj. * * *
unscandalized
adj. * * *
unscandalous
adj.; unscandalously, adv. * * *
unscannable
adj. * * *
unscanned
adj. * * *
unscanty
adj. * * *
unscarce
adj.; unscarcely, adv.; unscarceness, n. * * *
unscared
adj. * * *
unscarfed
adj. * * *
unscarified
adj. * * *
unscarred
adj. * * *
unscathed
/un skaydhd"/, adj. not scathed; unharmed; uninjured: She survived the accident unscathed. [1325-75; ME; see UN-1, SCATHED] Syn. unhurt, unscratched, untouched, safe, whole. * * *
unscattered
adj. * * *
unscavenged
adj. * * *
unscenic
adj. * * *
unscenically
adv. * * *
unscented
adj. * * *
unsceptered
adj. * * *
unsceptical
adj.; unsceptically, adv. * * *
unscheduled
adj. * * *
unschematic
adj. * * *
unschematically
adv. * * *
unschematized
adj. * * *
unschemed
adj. * * *
unscheming
adj. * * *
unschismatic
adj. * * *
unschismatical
adj. * * *
unschizoid
adj. * * *
unschizophrenic
adj. * * *
unscholarlike
adj. * * *
unscholarly
adj. * * *
unscholastic
adj. * * *
unschooled
/un skoohld"/, adj. 1. not schooled, taught, or trained: Though unschooled, he had a grasp of the subject. 2. not acquired or artificial; natural: an unschooled talent. [1580-90; ...
unscientific
—unscientifically, adv. /un'suy euhn tif"ik/, adj. 1. not scientific; not employed in science: an unscientific measuring device. 2. not conforming to the principles or methods ...
unscientifically
unscientifically [spelling only] * * * See unscientific. * * *
unscintillant
adj. * * *
unscintillating
adj. * * *
unscissored
adj. * * *
unscoffed
adj. * * *
unscoffing
adj. * * *
unscolded
adj. * * *
unscolding
adj. * * *
unsconced
adj. * * *
unscooped
adj. * * *
unscorched
adj. * * *
unscorching
adj. * * *
unscored
adj. * * *
unscorified
adj. * * *
unscoring
adj. * * *
unscorned
adj. * * *
unscornful
adj.; unscornfully, adv.; unscornfulness, n. * * *
unscotched
adj. * * *
unscoured
adj. * * *
unscourged
adj. * * *
unscourging
adj. * * *
unscouring
adj. * * *
unscowling
adj.; unscowlingly, adv. * * *
unscramble
/un skram"beuhl/, v.t., unscrambled, unscrambling. 1. to bring out of a scrambled condition; reduce to order or intelligibility. 2. Also, descramble. to make (a scrambled radio ...
unscrambler
/un skram"bleuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that unscrambles. 2. Also, descrambler. an electronic device that makes scrambled telecommunications signals intelligible by ...
unscraped
adj. * * *
unscraping
adj. * * *
unscratchable
adj. * * *
unscratched
adj. * * *
unscratching
adj. * * *
unscrawled
adj. * * *
unscrawling
adj. * * *
unscreenable
adj. * * *
unscreened
adj. * * *
unscrew
/un skrooh"/, v.t. 1. to draw or loosen a screw from (a hinge, bracket, etc.). 2. to unfasten or withdraw by turning, as a screw or lid. 3. to open (a jar, bottle, etc.) by ...
unscribal
adj. * * *
unscribbled
adj. * * *
unscribed
adj. * * *
unscrimped
adj. * * *
unscripted
/un skrip"tid/, adj. 1. not scripted; lacking a script: an unscripted idea for a movie. 2. Informal. that has not been planned for or anticipated: an unscripted interruption of ...
unscriptural
adj.; unscripturally, adv. * * *
unscrubbed
adj. * * *
unscrupled
adj. * * *
unscrupulous
—unscrupulously, adv. —unscrupulousness, unscrupulosity /un skrooh'pyeuh los"i tee/, n. /un skrooh"pyeuh leuhs/, adj. not scrupulous; unrestrained by scruples; ...
unscrupulously
See unscrupulous. * * *
unscrupulousness
See unscrupulously. * * *
unscrutable
adj. * * *
unscrutinized
adj. * * *
unscrutinizing
adj.; unscrutinizingly, adv. * * *
unsculptural
adj. * * *
unsculptured
adj. * * *
unscummed
adj. * * *
unseal
—unsealable, adj. /un seel"/, v.t. 1. to break or remove the seal of; open, as something sealed or firmly closed: to unseal a letter; to unseal a tomb. 2. to free from ...
unsealed
/un seeld"/, adj. 1. not sealed; not stamped or marked with a seal: unsealed cargo. 2. not shut or closed with or as if with a seal: an unsealed letter; an unsealed crate. 3. not ...
unseam
/un seem"/, v.t. to open the seam or seams of; undo; rip apart: to unseam a dress. [1585-95; UN-2 + SEAM] * * *
unsearchable
—unsearchableness, n. —unsearchably, adv. /un serr"cheuh beuhl/, adj. not searchable; not lending itself to research or exploration; not to be understood by searching; ...
unsearchably
See unsearchable. * * *
unsearched
adj. * * *
unsearching
adj.; unsearchingly, adv. * * *
unseared
adj. * * *
unseasonable
—unseasonableness, n. —unseasonably, adv. /un see"zeuh neuh beuhl/, adj. 1. not seasonable; being out of season; unseasonal: unseasonable weather. 2. not befitting the ...
unseasonableness
See unseasonable. * * *
unseasonably
See unseasonableness. * * *
unseasonal
/un see"zeuh nl/, adj. not characteristic or typical of a particular season; unseasonable: unseasonal April snows. [UN-1 + SEASONAL] * * *
unseasoned
/un see"zeuhnd/, adj. 1. (of things) not seasoned; not matured, dried, etc., by due seasoning: unseasoned wood. 2. (of persons) not inured to a climate, work, etc.; ...
unseat
/un seet"/, v.t. 1. to dislodge from a seat, esp. to throw from a saddle, as a rider; unhorse. 2. to remove from political office by an elective process, by force, or by legal ...
unseaworthy
adj. * * *
unseceded
adj. * * *
unseceding
adj. * * *
unsecluded
adj.; unsecludedly, adv. * * *
unsecluding
adj. * * *
unseclusive
adj.; unseclusively, adv.; unseclusiveness, n. * * *
unseconded
adj. * * *
unsecretarial
adj. * * *
unsecreted
adj. * * *
unsecreting
adj. * * *
unsecretive
adj.; unsecretively, adv.; unsecretiveness, n. * * *
unsecretly
adv. * * *
unsectarian
adj. * * *
unsectarianize
v.t., unsectarianized, unsectarianizing. * * *
unsectional
adj.; unsectionally, adv. * * *
unsectionalized
adj. * * *
unsectioned
adj. * * *
unsecular
adj.; unsecularly, adv. * * *
unsecularized
adj. * * *
unsecure
adj.; unsecurely, adv.; unsecureness, n. * * *
unsecured
/un'si kyoord"/, adj. 1. not secured, esp. not insured against loss, as by a bond or pledge: an unsecured loan. 2. not made secure, as a door or lock of hair; unfastened. 3. not ...
unsedate
adj.; unsedately, adv.; unsedateness, n. * * *
unsedative
adj. * * *
unsedentary
adj. * * *
unsedimentarily
adv. * * *
unsedimentary
adj. * * *
unseditious
adj.; unseditiously, adv.; unseditiousness, n. * * *
unseduced
/un'si doohst", -dyoohst"/, adj. not seduced, esp. by the lure of personal gain, power, fame, etc.: He remained unseduced by the graft offered him. [1555-65; UN-1 + SEDUCED] * * *
unseducible
adj.; unseducibleness, n.; unseducibly, adv. * * *
unseductive
adj.; unseductively, adv.; unseductiveness, n. * * *
unsedulous
adj.; unsedulously, adv.; unsedulousness, n. * * *
unseeable
adj. * * *
unseeded
adj. * * *
unseeding
adj. * * *
unseeing
adj.; unseeingly, adv.; unseeingness, n. * * *
unseeking
adj. * * *
unseemliness
See unseemly. * * *
unseemly
—unseemliness, n. /un seem"lee/, adj., unseemlier, unseemliest, adv. adj. 1. not seemly; not in keeping with established standards of taste or proper form; unbecoming or ...
unseen
/un seen"/, adj. 1. not seen; unperceived; unobserved; invisible. 2. recognized or comprehended without prior study, as a written text or musical score. [1150-1200; ME unsene, ...
unseethed
adj. * * *
unseething
adj. * * *
unsegmental
adj.; unsegmentally, adv. * * *
unsegmentary
adj. * * *
unsegmented
adj. * * *
unsegregable
adj. * * *
unsegregated
/un seg"ri gay'tid/, adj. not segregated, esp. not subject to racial division; integrated: an unsegregated community. [1905-10; UN-1 + SEGREGATED] * * *
unsegregating
adj. * * *
unsegregational
adj. * * *
unsegregative
adj. * * *
unseignioral
adj. * * *
unseignorial
adj. * * *
unseismal
adj. * * *
unseismic
adj. * * *
unseizable
adj. * * *
unseized
adj. * * *
Unseld, Siegfried
▪ 2003       German publisher (b. Sept. 28, 1924, Ulm, Ger.—d. Oct. 26, 2002, Frankfurt, Ger.), headed the literary giant Suhrkamp Verlag. Unseld was a Nazi Youth ...
unselect
adj. * * *
unselected
adj. * * *
unselective
adj. * * *
unself-centered
adj. * * *
unself-knowing
adj. * * *
unself-righteous
adj.; unself-righteously, adv.; unself-righteousness, n. * * *
unself-sacrificial
adj.; unself-sacrificially, adv. * * *
unself-sufficient
adj.; unself-sufficiently, adv. * * *
unselfconscious
—unselfconsciously, adv. —unselfconsciousness, n. /un'self kon"sheuhs/, adj. not self-conscious; without affectation or pretense: an unselfconscious manner. [1830-40; UN-1 + ...
unselfconsciously
See unselfconscious. * * *
unselfconsciousness
See unselfconsciously. * * *
unselfish
—unselfishly, adv. —unselfishness, n. /un sel"fish/, adj. not selfish; disinterested; generous; altruistic. [1690-1700; UN-1 + SELFISH] * * *
unselfishly
See unselfish. * * *
unselfishness
See unselfishly. * * *
unsell
/un sel"/, v.t., unsold, unselling. to dissuade from a belief in the desirability, value, wisdom, or truth of something: He tried to unsell the public on its faith in ...
unsenescent
adj. * * *
unsenile
adj. * * *
unsensate
adj. * * *
unsensational
adj.; unsensationally, adv. * * *
unsensed
adj. * * *
unsensibility
n., pl. unsensibilities. * * *
unsensible
adj.; unsensibleness, n.; unsensibly, adv. * * *
unsensing
adj. * * *
unsensitive
adj.; unsensitively, adv.; unsensitiveness, n. * * *
unsensitize
v.t., unsensitized, unsensitizing. * * *
unsensory
adj. * * *
unsensual
adj.; unsensually, adv. * * *
unsensualistic
adj. * * *
unsensualized
adj. * * *
unsensuous
adj.; unsensuously, adv.; unsensuousness, n. * * *
unsent
adj. * * *
unsentenced
adj. * * *
unsententious
adj.; unsententiously, adv.; unsententiousness, n. * * *
unsentient
adj.; unsentiently, adv. * * *
unsentimental
adj.; unsentimentally, adv. * * *
unsentineled
adj. * * *
unsentinelled
adj. * * *
unseparable
adj.; unseparableness, n.; unseparably, adv. * * *
unseparate
adj.; unseparately, adv.; unseparateness, n. * * *
unseparated
adj. * * *
unseparating
adj. * * *
unseparative
adj. * * *
unsepulcher
v.t. * * *
unsepulchral
adj.; unsepulchrally, adv. * * *
unsepultured
adj. * * *
unsequenced
adj. * * *
unsequent
adj. * * *
unsequential
adj.; unsequentially, adv. * * *
unsequestered
adj. * * *
Unser
/un"seuhr/, n. Albert (Al), born 1939, and his brother Robert (Bobby), born 1934, U.S. racing-car drivers. * * * (as used in expressions) Unser Bobby and Al Alfred Unser Robert ...
Unser, Al
▪ American race–car driver byname of  Alfred Unser  born May 29, 1939, Albuquerque, N.M., U.S.       American automobile-racing driver from a prestigious family of ...
Unser, Bobby
▪ American race–car driver in full  Robert William Unser  born Feb. 20, 1934, Albuquerque, N.M., U.S.       American automobile-racing driver from a family of ...
Unser, Bobby and Al
in full Robert William Unser and Alfred Unser born Feb. 20, 1934, Albuquerque, N.M., U.S. born May 29, 1939, Albuquerque, N.M., U.S. U.S. automobile-racing drivers. The Unser ...
unseraphic
adj. * * *
unseraphical
adj.; unseraphically, adv. * * *
unsere
adj. * * *
unserenaded
adj. * * *
unserene
adj.; unserenely, adv.; unsereneness, n. * * *
unserialized
adj. * * *
unserious
adj.; unseriously, adv.; unseriousness, n. * * *
unserrate
adj. * * *
unserrated
adj. * * *
unserried
adj. * * *
unservable
adj. * * *
unserved
adj. * * *
unserviceable
adj.; unserviceableness, n.; unserviceably, adv. * * *
unserviced
adj. * * *
unservile
adj.; unservilely, adv. * * *
unserving
adj. * * *
unset
/un set"/, adj. 1. not set; not solidified or made firm, as concrete or asphalt. 2. (of a gemstone) not mounted in a setting. [1350-1400; ME: (of a time) unappointed; see UN-2, ...
unsetting
adj. * * *
unsettle
/un set"l/, v., unsettled, unsettling. v.t. 1. to alter from a settled state; cause to be no longer firmly fixed or established; render unstable; disturb: Violence unsettled the ...
unsettleable
adj. * * *
unsettled
—unsettledness, n. /un set"ld/, adj. 1. not settled; not fixed or stable; without established order; unorganized; disorganized: an unsettled social order; still unsettled in ...

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