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unsettlement
/un set"l meuhnt/, n. 1. an act or an instance of unsettling. 2. the state or quality of being unsettled: Such strange behavior caused me some unsettlement. [1640-50; UNSETTLE + ...
unsettlingly
See unsettlement. * * *
unseverable
adj. * * *
unsevere
adj.; unseverely, adv.; unsevereness, n. * * *
unsevered
adj. * * *
unsew
/un soh"/, v.t., unsewed, unsewn or unsewed, unsewing. to remove or rip the stitches of (something sewed). [1300-50; ME unsouwen. See UN-2, SEW1] * * *
unsewn
unsewn [spelling only] * * *
unsex
/un seks"/, v.t. 1. to deprive of sexual power; render impotent or frigid; spay or castrate. 2. to deprive (oneself or another) of the proper or appropriate character and ...
unsexual
adj.; unsexually, adv. * * *
unsexy
adj. * * *
unshabbily
adv. * * *
unshabby
adj. * * *
unshackle
/un shak"euhl/, v.t., unshackled, unshackling. 1. to free from shackles; unfetter. 2. to free from restraint, as conversation. [1605-15; UN-2 + SHACKLE] * * *
unshade
v.t., unshaded, unshading. * * *
unshaded
unshaded [spelling only] * * *
unshadily
adv. * * *
unshadiness
n. * * *
unshadowable
adj. * * *
unshadowed
/un shad"ohd/, adj. not shadowed; not darkened or obscured by shadow; free from gloom. [1585-95; UN-1 + SHADOW + -ED2] * * *
unshady
adj. * * *
unshafted
adj. * * *
unshakable
adj.; unshakablely, adv. * * *
unshakably
See unshakable. * * *
unshakeable
adj.; unshakeablely, adv. * * *
unshaken
adj. * * *
unshaking
adj. * * *
unshamable
adj. * * *
unshameable
adj. * * *
unshamed
adj. * * *
unshammed
adj. * * *
unshanked
adj. * * *
unshapable
adj. * * *
unshapeable
adj. * * *
unshaped
/un shaypt"/, adj. not shaped or definitely formed. [1565-75; UN-1 + SHAPED] * * *
unshapely
adj. * * *
unshapen
/un shay"peuhn/, adj. 1. not shaped or definitely formed; shapeless; formless; indefinite. 2. not shapely; unpleasing in shape; ill-formed. 3. misshapen or deformed. [1300-50; ...
unshaping
adj. * * *
unsharable
adj. * * *
unshareable
adj. * * *
unshared
adj. * * *
unsharing
adj. * * *
unsharp
adj.; unsharply, adv.; unsharpness, n. * * *
unsharped
adj. * * *
unsharpened
adj. * * *
unsharpening
adj. * * *
unsharping
adj. * * *
unshatterable
adj. * * *
unshattered
adj. * * *
unshavable
adj. * * *
unshaveable
adj. * * *
unshaved
adj. * * *
unshaven
adj. * * *
unsheared
adj. * * *
unsheathe
/un sheedh"/, v.t., unsheathed, unsheathing. 1. to draw from a sheath, as a sword, knife, or the like. 2. to bring or put forth from a covering, threateningly or ...
unshed
adj. * * *
unshedding
adj. * * *
unsheer
adj.; unsheerness, n. * * *
unsheeted
adj. * * *
unsheeting
adj. * * *
unshell
/un shel"/, v.t. to remove or liberate from or as from a shell. [1590-1600; UN-2 + SHELL] * * *
unshelled
adj. * * *
unsheltered
adj. * * *
unsheltering
adj. * * *
unshelved
adj. * * *
unshepherded
adj. * * *
unshepherding
adj. * * *
unshieldable
adj. * * *
unshielded
adj. * * *
unshielding
adj. * * *
unshift
/un shift"/, v.i. to release the shift key, as on a typewriter or the keyboard of a computer terminal. [1965-70; UN-2 + SHIFT] * * *
unshifted
/un shif"tid/, adj. 1. (of a keyboard shift key) not pressed or activated. 2. (of a keyboard key) not requiring the shift key to activate: The semicolon is an unshifted ...
unshifting
adj. * * *
unshifty
adj. * * *
unshimmering
adj.; unshimmeringly, adv. * * *
unshined
adj. * * *
unshingled
adj. * * *
unshining
adj. * * *
unshiny
adj. * * *
unship
/un ship"/, v., unshipped, unshipping. v.t. 1. to put or take off from a ship, as persons or goods. 2. to remove from the place proper for its use, as an oar or tiller. v.i. 3. ...
unshippable
adj. * * *
unshipped
/un shipt"/, adj. 1. not shipped, as goods. 2. (of a person) having no ship. 3. out of position or formation, as a boat or ship. [1710-20; UN-1 + SHIPPED] * * *
unshirked
adj. * * *
unshirking
adj. * * *
unshirred
adj. * * *
unshirted
adj. * * *
unshivered
adj. * * *
unshivering
adj. * * *
unshockable
adj. * * *
unshocked
adj. * * *
unshocking
adj. * * *
unshod
adj. * * *
unshoed
adj. * * *
unshootable
adj. * * *
unshored
adj. * * *
unshorn
adj. * * *
unshort
adj. * * *
unshorten
adj. * * *
unshortened
unshortened [spelling only] * * *
unshotted
adj. * * *
unshouldered
adj. * * *
unshouted
adj. * * *
unshouting
adj. * * *
unshoved
adj. * * *
unshoveled
adj. * * *
unshovelled
adj. * * *
unshowable
adj. * * *
unshowed
adj. * * *
unshowered
adj. * * *
unshowering
adj. * * *
unshowily
adv. * * *
unshowiness
n. * * *
unshown
adj. * * *
unshowy
adj. * * *
unshredded
adj. * * *
unshrewd
adj.; unshrewdly, adv.; unshrewdness, n. * * *
unshrewish
adj. * * *
unshrill
adj. * * *
unshrined
adj. * * *
unshrinkable
adj. * * *
unshrinking
adj.; unshrinkingly, adv. * * *
unshrived
adj. * * *
unshriveled
adj. * * *
unshrivelled
adj. * * *
unshriven
adj. * * *
unshroud
/un shrowd"/, v.t. to divest of a shroud or something that shrouds or hides: to unshroud a corpse; to unshroud a mystery. [1575-85; UN-2 + SHROUD] * * *
unshrugging
adj. * * *
unshrunk
adj. * * *
unshrunken
adj. * * *
unshuddering
adj. * * *
unshuffled
adj. * * *
unshunnable
adj. * * *
unshunned
adj. * * *
unshunted
adj. * * *
unshut
adj. * * *
unshuttered
adj. * * *
unshy
adj.; unshyly, adv.; unshyness, n. * * *
unsibilant
adj. * * *
unsiccative
adj. * * *
unsick
adj.; unsickly, adv. * * *
unsickened
adj. * * *
unsicker
—unsickered, adj. —unsickerly, adv. —unsickerness, n. /un sik"euhr/, adj. Scot. unsafe; untrustworthy. [1175-1225; ME unsiker. See UN-1, SICKER2] * * *
unsided
adj. * * *
unsidereal
adj. * * *
unsiding
adj. * * *
unsidling
adj. * * *
unsieged
adj. * * *
unsieved
adj. * * *
unsifted
adj. * * *
unsighing
adj. * * *
unsight
/un suyt"/, adj. without inspection or examination: to buy a thing unsight, unseen. [1615-25; appar. UN-1 + SIGHT, for expected unsighted] * * *
unsighted
adj. * * *
unsightliness
See unsightly. * * *
unsightly
—unsightliness, n. /un suyt"lee/, adj., unsightlier, unsightliest. distasteful or unpleasant to look at: an unsightly wound; unsightly disorder. [1375-1425; late ME; see UN-1, ...
unsignable
adj. * * *
unsignaled
adj. * * *
unsignalized
adj. * * *
unsignalled
adj. * * *
unsignatured
adj. * * *
unsigned
adj. * * *
unsigneted
adj. * * *
unsignifiable
adj. * * *
unsignificant
adj.; unsignificantly, adv. * * *
unsignificative
adj. * * *
unsignified
adj. * * *
unsignifying
adj. * * *
unsilenced
adj. * * *
unsilent
adj.; unsilently, adv. * * *
unsilhouetted
adj. * * *
unsilicified
adj. * * *
unsilly
adj. * * *
unsilvered
adj. * * *
unsimilar
adj.; unsimilarly, adv. * * *
unsimilarity
n., pl. unsimilarities. * * *
unsimmered
adj. * * *
unsimmering
adj. * * *
unsimpering
adj. * * *
unsimple
adj.; unsimpleness, n.; unsimply, adv. * * *
unsimplified
adj. * * *
unsimplifying
adj. * * *
unsimular
adj. * * *
unsimulated
adj. * * *
unsimulating
adj. * * *
unsimulative
adj. * * *
unsimultaneous
adj.; unsimultaneously, adv.; unsimultaneousness, n. * * *
unsinewed
adj. * * *
unsinewing
adj. * * *
unsinewy
adj. * * *
unsinful
adj.; unsinfully, adv.; unsinfulness, n. * * *
unsingable
adj. * * *
unsinged
adj. * * *
unsingle
adj. * * *
unsingular
adj.; unsingularly, adv.; unsingularness, n. * * *
unsinister
adj.; unsinisterly, adv.; unsinisterness, n. * * *
unsinkable
adj. * * *
unsinking
adj. * * *
unsinning
adj. * * *
unsinuate
adj.; unsinuately, adv. * * *
unsinuated
adj. * * *
unsinuous
adj.; unsinuously, adv.; unsinuousness, n. * * *
unsipped
adj. * * *
unsistered
adj. * * *
unsisterly
adj. * * *
unsituated
adj. * * *
unsizable
adj. * * *
unsizeable
adj. * * *
unsized
adj. * * *
unskeptical
adj.; unskeptically, adv. * * *
unsketchable
adj. * * *
unsketched
adj. * * *
unskewed
adj. * * *
unskewered
adj. * * *
unskilled
/un skild"/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to workers who lack technical training or skill. 2. not demanding special training or skill: unskilled occupations. 3. exhibiting a marked ...
unskilled labor
1. work that requires practically no training or experience for its adequate or competent performance. 2. the labor force employed for such work. [1825-35] * * *
unskillful
—unskillfully, adv. —unskillfulness, n. /un skil"feuhl/, adj. not skillful; clumsy or bungling. Also, esp. Brit., unskilful. [1350-1400; 1555-65 for current sense; ME ...
unskillfully
See unskillful. * * *
unskillfulness
See unskillfully. * * *
unskimmed
adj. * * *
unskinned
adj. * * *
unskirted
adj. * * *
unslack
adj. * * *
unslacked
adj. * * *
unslackened
adj. * * *
unslackening
adj. * * *
unslacking
adj. * * *
unslagged
adj. * * *
unslain
adj. * * *
unslakable
adj. * * *
unslakeable
adj. * * *
unslaked
adj. * * *
unslammed
adj. * * *
unslandered
adj. * * *
unslanderous
adj.; unslanderously, adv.; unslanderousness, n. * * *
unslanted
adj. * * *
unslanting
adj. * * *
unslapped
adj. * * *
unslashed
adj. * * *
unslated
adj. * * *
unslating
adj. * * *
unslatted
adj. * * *
unslaughtered
adj. * * *
unslayable
adj. * * *
unsleaved
adj. * * *
unsleek
adj. * * *
unsleeping
adj. * * *
unsleepy
adj. * * *
unsleeved
adj. * * *
unslender
adj. * * *
unsliced
adj. * * *
unslicked
adj. * * *
unsliding
adj. * * *
unslighted
adj. * * *
unslim
adj.; unslimly, adv.; unslimness, n. * * *
unslimmed
adj. * * *
unsling
/un sling"/, v.t., unslung, unslinging. 1. to remove (something) from being slung: to unsling a rifle from one's shoulder. 2. Naut. to take off the slings of; release from ...
unslinking
adj. * * *
unslipped
adj. * * *
unslippered
adj. * * *
unslippery
adj. * * *
unslipping
adj. * * *
unsloped
adj. * * *
unsloping
adj. * * *

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