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unwantedly
adj. * * *
unwantedness
n. * * *
unwanton
adj. * * *
unwarbled
adj. * * *
unwarily
See unwary. * * *
unwariness
See unwarily. * * *
unwarlike
adj. * * *
unwarmable
adj. * * *
unwarmed
adj. * * *
unwarming
adj. * * *
unwarned
adj. * * *
unwarpable
adj. * * *
unwarped
/un wawrpt"/, adj. 1. not warped, as a phonograph record or flooring. 2. impartial; undistorted, as a point of view, judgment, or analysis. [1735-45; UN-1 + WARP + -ED2] * * *
unwarping
adj. * * *
unwarrantable
adj.; unwarrantably, adv.; unwarrantableness, n. * * *
unwarrantably
See unwarrantable. * * *
unwarranted
adj.; unwarrantedly, adv. * * *
unwary
—unwarily, adv. —unwariness, n. /un wair"ee/, adj., unwarier, unwariest. not wary; not cautious or watchful, as against danger or misfortune. [1570-80; UN-1 + WARY] Syn. ...
unwashable
adj. * * *
unwashed
/un wosht", -wawsht"/, adj. 1. not cleaned or purified by or as if by washing: unwashed dishes; the unwashed soul of a sinner. 2. pertaining to or characteristic of the common ...
unwastable
adj. * * *
unwasted
adj. * * *
unwasteful
adj.; unwastefully, adv.; unwastefulness, n. * * *
unwatchable
adj. * * *
unwatched
adj. * * *
unwatchful
adj.; unwatchfully, adv.; unwatchfulness, n. * * *
unwatching
adj. * * *
unwatered
adj. * * *
unwatermarked
adj. * * *
unwatery
adj. * * *
unwattled
adj. * * *
unwaved
adj. * * *
unwaverable
adj. * * *
unwavered
adj. * * *
unwavering
adj.; unwaveringly, adv. * * *
unwaving
adj. * * *
unwaxed
adj. * * *
unwayward
adj. * * *
unweakened
adj. * * *
unweakening
adj. * * *
unwealthy
adj. * * *
unweaned
adj. * * *
unweaponed
adj. * * *
unwearable
adj. * * *
unwearied
—unweariedly, adv. —unweariedness, n. /un wear"eed/, adj. 1. not wearied; not fatigued. 2. indefatigable. [1200-50; ME; see UN-1, WEARY, -ED3] * * *
unweariedly
See unwearied. * * *
unwearing
adj. * * *
unwearisome
adj. * * *
unweary
adj. * * *
unwearying
adj. * * *
unweathered
adj. * * *
unweave
/un weev"/, v.t., unwove, unwoven, unweaving. to undo, take apart, or separate (something woven); unravel. [1535-45; UN-2 + WEAVE] * * *
unwebbed
adj. * * *
unwed
adj. * * *
unwedded
adj. * * *
unwedge
v.t., unwedged, unwedging. * * *
unweeded
adj. * * *
unweened
adj. * * *
unweeping
adj. * * *
unweighable
adj. * * *
unweighed
/un wayd"/, adj. 1. not weighed, as for poundage. 2. not carefully thought about, as statements or opinions. [1475-85; UN-1 + WEIGH1 + -ED2] * * *
unweighing
adj. * * *
unweight
/un wayt"/, v.i. Skiing. to lessen downward force and friction between the skis and the snow by a quick upward or downward shifting of the body or by using bumps in the ...
unweighted
/un way"tid/, adj. 1. not burdened or encumbered with a heavy load or with mental or emotional matters, problems, etc. 2. not considered important or significant, as one's ...
unweighty
adj. * * *
unwelcome
adj. * * *
unwelcomed
adj. * * *
unwelcoming
adj. * * *
unweldable
adj. * * *
unwelded
adj. * * *
unwell
—unwellness, n. /un wel"/, adj. 1. not well; ailing; ill. 2. Older Use. menstruating. [1400-50; late ME; see UN-1, WELL1] * * *
unwelted
adj. * * *
unwept
/un wept"/, adj. 1. not wept for; unmourned: an unwept loss. 2. not wept or shed, as tears. [1585-95; UN-1 + WEPT] * * *
unwestern
adj. * * *
unwesternized
adj. * * *
unwet
adj. * * *
unwetted
adj. * * *
unwheedled
adj. * * *
unwheel
v.t. * * *
unwhelped
adj. * * *
unwhetted
adj. * * *
unwhimpering
adj.; unwhimperingly, adv. * * *
unwhimsical
adj.; unwhimsically, adv.; unwhimsicalness, n. * * *
unwhining
adj.; unwhiningly, adv. * * *
unwhipped
adj. * * *
unwhipt
adj. * * *
unwhirled
adj. * * *
unwhisked
adj. * * *
unwhiskered
adj. * * *
unwhisperable
adj. * * *
unwhispered
adj. * * *
unwhispering
adj. * * *
unwhistled
adj. * * *
unwhite
adj. * * *
unwhited
adj. * * *
unwhitened
adj. * * *
unwhitewashed
adj. * * *
unwholesome
—unwholesomely, adv. —unwholesomeness, n. /un hohl"seuhm/, adj. 1. not wholesome; unhealthful; deleterious to health or physical or moral well-being: unwholesome food; ...
unwholesomely
See unwholesome. * * *
unwholesomeness
See unwholesomely. * * *
unwicked
adj.; unwickedly, adv. * * *
unwidened
adj. * * *
unwidowed
adj. * * *
unwieldable
adj. * * *
unwieldily
See unwieldy. * * *
unwieldiness
See unwieldily. * * *
unwieldy
—unwieldily, adv. —unwieldiness, n. /un weel"dee/, adj., unwieldier, unwieldiest. not wieldy; wielded with difficulty; not readily handled or managed in use or action, as ...
unwifelike
adj. * * *
unwifely
adj. * * *
unwig
v.t., unwigged, unwigging. * * *
unwild
adj.; unwildly, adv.; unwildness, n. * * *
unwilful
adj.; unwilfully, adv.; unwilfulness, n. * * *
unwillable
adj. * * *
unwilled
/un wild"/, adj. not willed; involuntary; unintentional: an unwilled accident. [1530-40; UN-1 + WILLED] * * *
unwillful
adj.; unwillfully, adv.; unwillfulness, n. * * *
unwilling
—unwillingly, adv. —unwillingness, n. /un wil"ing/, adj. 1. not willing; reluctant; loath; averse: an unwilling partner in the crime. 2. opposed; offering resistance; ...
unwillingly
See unwilling. * * *
unwillingness
See unwillingly. * * *
unwilted
adj. * * *
unwilting
adj. * * *
unwily
adj. * * *
unwincing
/un win"sing/, adj. that does not wince; unflinching; fearless. [1795-1805; UN-1 + WINCING] * * *
unwind
—unwindable, adj. —unwinder, n. /un wuynd"/, v., unwound, unwinding. v.t. 1. to undo or loosen from or as if from a coiled condition: to unwind a rolled bandage; to unwind a ...
unwinded
adj. * * *
unwindowed
adj. * * *
unwindy
adj. * * *
unwinged
adj. * * *
unwinking
adj. * * *
unwinnable
adj. * * *
unwinning
adj. * * *
unwinnowed
adj. * * *
unwinsome
adj. * * *
unwintry
adj. * * *
unwiped
adj. * * *
unwirable
adj. * * *
unwired
/un wuyeurd"/, adj. not wired, esp. not connected by power lines, cables, or wires to receive electricity or cable television. [UN-1 + WIRED] * * *
unwisdom
/un wiz"deuhm/, n. lack of wisdom; folly; rashness; recklessness: an act of unwisdom. [bef. 900; ME; OE unwisdom. See UN-1, WISDOM] * * *
unwise
—unwisely, adv. —unwiseness, n. /un wuyz"/, adj., unwiser, unwisest. not wise; foolish; imprudent; lacking in good sense or judgment: an unwise choice; an unwise man. [bef. ...
unwisely
See unwise. * * *
unwish
/un wish"/, v.t. 1. to cease to wish for. 2. Obs. to wish away. [1585-95; UN-2 + WISH] * * *
unwished
/un wisht"/, adj. unwished-for. [1575-85; UN-1 + WISH + -ED2] * * *
unwished-for
/un wisht"fawr'/, adj. undesired; unwelcome: an unwished-for occurrence. [1610-20] * * *
unwishful
adj.; unwishfully, adv.; unwishfulness, n. * * *
unwistful
adj.; unwistfully, adv.; unwistfulness, n. * * *
unwit
/un wit"/, v.t., unwitted, unwitting. Obs. to render devoid of wit; derange. [1595-1605; UN-2 + WIT1] * * *
unwithdrawable
adj. * * *
unwithdrawing
adj. * * *
unwithdrawn
adj. * * *
unwitherable
adj. * * *
unwithered
adj. * * *
unwithering
adj. * * *
unwithheld
adj. * * *
unwithholding
adj. * * *
unwithstanding
adj. * * *
unwithstood
adj. * * *
unwitnessed
/un wit"nist/, adj. 1. lacking the signature of a witness: an unwitnessed legal document. 2. not perceived by the senses; not noticed or observed: unwitnessed everyday ...
unwitting
—unwittingly, adv. —unwittingness, n. /un wit"ing/, adj. 1. inadvertent; unintentional; accidental: His insult, though unwitting, pained her. 2. not knowing; unaware; ...
unwittingly
See unwitting. * * *
unwitty
/un wit"ee/, adj. not clever or intelligent; silly; nonsensical. [bef. 1000; ME; OE unwittig. See UN-1, WITTY] * * *
unwoeful
adj.; unwoefully, adv.; unwoefulness, n. * * *
unwomanish
adj. * * *
unwomanlike
adj. * * *
unwomanly
adj., adv. * * *
unwomb
v.t. * * *
unwon
adj. * * *
unwonderful
adj.; unwonderfully, adv. * * *
unwondering
adj. * * *
unwonted
—unwontedly, adv. —unwontedness, n. /un wawn"tid, -wohn"-, -wun"-/, adj. 1. not customary or usual; rare: unwonted kindness. 2. Archaic. unaccustomed or unused. [1545-55; ...
unwontedly
See unwonted. * * *
unwontedness
See unwontedly. * * *
unwooded
adj. * * *
unwooed
adj. * * *
unwordable
adj.; unwordably, adv. * * *
unworkable
adj., n. * * *
unworkableness
See unworkability. * * *
unworkably
See unworkability. * * *
unworked
adj. * * *
unworking
adj. * * *
unworkmanlike
adj. * * *
unworkmanly
adj. * * *
unworldliness
See unworldly. * * *
unworldly
—unworldliness, n. /un werrld"lee/, adj. 1. not worldly; not seeking material advantage; spiritually minded. 2. naive; unsophisticated; provincial. 3. not terrestrial; ...
unworm-eaten
adj. * * *
unworminess
n. * * *
unwormy
adj. * * *
unworn
adj. * * *
unworried
adj. * * *
unworshiped
adj. * * *
unworshiping
adj. * * *
unworshipped
adj. * * *
unworshipping
adj. * * *
unworthily
See unworthy. * * *
unworthiness
See unworthily. * * *
unworthy
—unworthily, adv. —unworthiness, n. /un werr"dhee/, adj., unworthier, unworthiest, n., pl. unworthies. adj. 1. not worthy; lacking worth or excellence. 2. beneath the dignity ...
unwound
/un wownd"/, v. pt. and pp. of unwind. * * *
unwounded
adj. * * *
unwoven
adj. * * *
unwrangling
adj. * * *
unwrap
/un rap"/, v., unwrapped, unwrapping. v.t. 1. to remove or open the wrapping of. 2. to open (something wrapped): Sheila unwrapped the Christmas presents quickly. v.i. 3. to ...
unwrathful
adj.; unwrathfully, adv.; unwrathfulness, n. * * *
unwreathe
/un reedh"/, v.t., unwreathed, unwreathing. to bring out of a wreathed condition; untwist; untwine. [1585-95; UN-2 + WREATHE] * * *
unwrecked
adj. * * *
unwrenched
adj. * * *
unwrested
adj. * * *
unwresting
adj. * * *
unwrestled
adj. * * *
unwretched
adj. * * *
unwriggled
adj. * * *
unwrinkle
/un ring"keuhl/, v.t., unwrinkled, unwrinkling. to smooth the wrinkles from. [1605-15; UN-2 + WRINKLE1] * * *
unwrinkleable
adj. * * *
unwrinkled
unwrinkled [spelling only] * * *
unwritable
adj. * * *
unwriting
adj. * * *
unwritten
/un rit"n/, adj. 1. not actually formulated or expressed; customary; traditional. 2. not written; not put in writing or print; oral: an unwritten agreement. 3. containing no ...
unwritten constitution
a constitution, as in Great Britain, not codified as a document but defined by custom and precedent as embodied in statutes and judicial decisions. [1885-90] * * *
unwritten law
1. a law that rests for its authority on custom, judicial decision, etc., as distinguished from law originating in written command, statute, or decree. 2. the unwritten law, the ...
unwronged
adj. * * *
unwrongful
adj.; unwrongfully, adv.; unwrongfulness, n. * * *
unwrought
adj. * * *
unwrung
adj. * * *
unyachtsmanlike
adj. * * *
unyearned
adj. * * *
unyearning
adj. * * *
unyielded
adj. * * *
unyielding
adj.; unyieldingly, adv.; unyieldingness, n. * * *
unyieldingly
See unyielding. * * *
unyoke
/un yohk"/, v., unyoked, unyoking. v.t. 1. to free from or as if from a yoke. 2. to part or disjoin, as by removing a yoke. v.i. Obs. 3. to remove a yoke. 4. to cease work. [bef. ...
unyouthful
adj.; unyouthfully, adv.; unyouthfulness, n. * * *
unzealous
adj.; unzealously, adv. * * *
Unzen, Mount
▪ volcano, Japan Japanese  Unzen-dake,    volcano on central Shimabara Peninsula, western Kyushu, Japan. Mount Unzen is actually a group of composite volcanoes, the highest ...
unzip
/un zip"/, v., unzipped, unzipping. v.t. 1. to open the zipper of. v.i. 2. to become unzipped. [1935-40; UN-2 + ZIP2] * * *
unzipped
unzipped1 /un zipt"/, adj. 1. (esp. of a garment) not zipped or zipped up; with the zipper unfastened. 2. Slang. a. crazy; demented. b. overwrought; hysterical. [UNZIP + -ED2 or ...
unzone
v.t., unzoned, unzoning. * * *
unzoned
unzoned [spelling only] * * *
up
/up/, adv., prep., adj., n., v., upped, upping. adv. 1. to, toward, or in a more elevated position: to climb up to the top of a ladder. 2. to or in an erect position: to stand ...
up quark
Physics. the quark having electric charge 2/3 times the elementary charge and strangeness and charm equal to 0. Also called u quark. [1975-80] * * *
up-
a combining form of up: upland; upshot; upheaval. [ME; OE] * * *
up-anchor
/up'ang"keuhr, up"ang'-/, v.i. to weigh anchor. [1895-1900] * * *
up-and-comer
See up-and-coming. * * *
up-and-coming
—up-and-comer, n. /up"euhn kum"ing/, adj. likely to succeed; bright and industrious: an up-and-coming young executive. [1840-50, Amer.] * * *
up-and-down
—up-and-downness, n. /up"euhn down"/, adj. 1. moving alternately up and down: the up-and-down swing of levers; an up-and-down tune. 2. having an uneven surface: up-and-down ...
up-bow
/up"boh'/, n. (in bowing on a stringed instrument) a stroke toward the heel of the bow: indicated in scores by the symbol V (opposed to down-bow). [1885-90] * * *
up-close
up-close (ŭpʹklōsʹ) adj. 1. Being at very close range: provided up-close views of rare fish. 2. Exhibiting or providing detailed information or firsthand knowledge: ...
up-front
/up"frunt"/, Informal. adj. Also, upfront. 1. invested or paid in advance or as beginning capital: an up-front fee of five percent and an additional five percent when the job is ...
up-frontness
See up-front. * * *
Up-Helly-Aa
a festival held every January in Lerwick, in the Shetland Islands, to mark the islands’ historical links with the Vikings. In the main ceremony a model of a Viking long ship (= ...
up-or-out
/up"euhr owt"/, adj. of or pertaining to a system or policy of employment in which one is either promoted or discharged: the pressures of an up-or-out promotion system. * * *
up-phase
/up"fayz'/, n. a period when the economy is strong and business profits are high or increasing. * * *
up-tempo
/up"tem'poh/, n., pl. up-tempos, up-tempi /-pee/. a bouncy, fast tempo in music. [1945-50] * * *
up-to-date
—up-to-dately, adv. —up-to-dateness, n. /up"teuh dayt"/, adj. 1. (of persons, buildings, etc.) keeping up with the times, as in outlook, information, ideas, appearance, or ...
up-to-dateness
See up-to-date. * * *
up-to-the-minute
/up"teuh dheuh min"it/, adj. extending to the present moment, as information, facts, or style: an up-to-the-minute news report. [1910-15] * * *
up.
1. underproof (alcohol). 2. upper. * * *
upādāna
      (Sanskrit and Pāli), in the Buddhist chain of dependent origination, the grasping that leads to becoming. See pratītya-samutpāda. * * *
upadhi
▪ Indian philosophy Sanskrit“imposition”       in Indian philosophy, the concept of adventitious limiting conditions. In logic (logic, history of), upadhi operates ...
upalong
/up"euh lawng', -long'/, adj., adv. Newfoundland. of or on the Canadian mainland, exclusive of Labrador. [1545-55; cf. Brit. dial. (SW England) upalong along in a particular ...
upamana
▪ Hindu philosophy Sanskrit“comparison”       the fourth of the five means of knowledge (pramana (pramāṇa)) in Indian philosophy by which man can have valid ...
upanayana
Hindu initiation ritual, restricted to the three upper varnas. It marks a male's entrance into the life of a student and his acceptance as a full member of the religious ...
Upanishad
—Upanishadic, adj. /ooh pan"i shad', ooh pah"ni shahd'/, n. Hinduism. any of a class of speculative prose treatises composed between the 8th and 6th centuries B.C. and first ...
Upanishadic
See Upanishad. * * *
upas
/yooh"peuhs/, n. 1. the poisonous milky sap of a large tree, Antiaris toxicaria, of the mulberry family, native to tropical Asia, Africa, and the Philippine Islands, used for ...
upasaka
Lay devotee of the Buddha. Originally the term applied to followers of the Buddha who were not ordained as bhiksus; today it is normally applied, mainly in Southeast Asia, to ...
upasampada
▪ Buddhism       Buddhist rite of higher ordination, by which a novice becomes a monk, or bhikhu (bhikku) (Pali: bhikkhu; Sanskrit: bhikshu). Ordination is not ...
upaya
/oo pah"yeuh/, n. Buddhism. any device, as a koan, used for purposes of instruction. [ < Skt upaya means] * * *

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