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In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government ought to be instructed... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people.
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1828 Noah Webster Dictionary
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57027

u
U is the twenty first letter and the fifth vowel in the English Alphabet. The sound seems to be ...

57028

uberous
U'BEROUS, a. [L. uber.] Fruitful; copious. [Little used.]

57029

uberty
U'BERTY, n. [L. ubertas, from uber, fruitful or copious.] Abundance; fruitfulness. [Little ...

57030

ubication
UBICA'TION,

57031

ubiety
UBI'ETY, n. [L. ubi, where.] The state of being in a place; local relation. [Not much used.]

57032

ubiquitariness
UBIQ'UITARINESS, n. Existence every where. [Little used.]

57033

ubiquitary
UBIQ'UITARY, a. [L. ubique, from ubi. where.]Existing every where, or in all places.UBIQ'UITARY, ...

57034

ubiquity
UBIQ'UITY, n. [L. ubique, every where.] Existence in all places or every where at the same time; ...

57035

udder
UD'DER, n. [Gr.]The breast of a female; but the word is applied chiefly or wholly to the glandular ...

57036

uddered
UD'DERED, a. Furnished with udders.

57037

uglily
UG'LILY, adv. In an ugly manner; with deformity.

57038

ugliness
UG'LINESS, n. [from ugly.]1. Total want of beauty; deformity of person; as old age and ...

57039

ugly
UG'LY, a. [See Hack.[Deformed; offensive to the sight; contrary to beauty; hateful; as an ugly ...

57040

ukase
UKA'SE, n. In Russia, a proclamation or imperial order published.

57041

ulcer
UL'CER, n. [L. ulcus; Gr.]A sore; a solution of continuity in any of the soft parts of the body, ...

57042

ulcerate
UL'CERATE, v.i. To be formed into an ulcer; to become ulcerous.UL'CERATE, v.t. [L. ulcero.] To ...

57043

ulcerated
UL'CERATED, pp. Affected with ulcers.

57044

ulcerating
UL'CERATING, ppr. Turning to an ulcer; generating ulcers.

57045

ulceration
ULCERA'TION, n. [L. ulceratio.]1. The process of forming into an ulcer, or the process of ...

57046

ulcered
UL'CERED, a. Having become an ulcer.

57047

ulcerous
UL'CEROUS, a.1. Having the nature or character of an ulcer; discharging purulent or other ...

57048

ulcerousness
UL'CEROUSNESS, n. The state of being ulcerous.

57049

ulcusle
UL'CUSLE, n. [L. ulcusculum, from ulcus.] A little ulcer.

57050

ule
FORM'ULA,'ULE, n. [L.] 1. A prescribed form; a rule or model.2. In medicine, a prescription.3. ...

57051

ule-tree
U'LE-TREE, n. In botany the Castilla, a genus of trees, whose milky juice yields that king of ...

57052

ulency
VIR'ULENCE,'ULENCY, n. [from virulent.]1. That renders it extremely active in doing injury; ...

57053

uliginous
ULIG'INOUS, a. [L. uliginosus, from uligo, ooziness.]Muddy; oozy; slimy.

57054

ullage
UL'LAGE, n. In commerce, the wantage of casks of liquor, or what a cask wants of being full.

57055

ulmin
UL'MIN, n. [L. ulmus, elm.] A substance obtained from the elm tree, of very singular properties. ...

57056

ulnage
ULNAGE. [See Alnage, Aunage.]

57057

ulnar
UL'NAR, a. [L. ulna.] Pertaining to the ulna or cubit; as the ulnar nerve.

57058

ulterior
ULTE'RIOR, a. [L. comparative.] 1. Further; as ulterior demands; ulterior propositions. What ...

57059

ultimate
UL'TIMATE, a. [L. ultimus, furthest.]1. Furthest; most remote; extreme. We have not yet arrived ...

57060

ultimately
UL'TIMATELY, adv. Finally; at last; in the end of last consequence. Afflictions often tend to ...

57061

ultimatum
ULTIMA'TUM, n. [L.] 1..In diplomacy, the final propositions, conditions or terms offered as the ...

57062

ultimity
ULTIM'ITY, n. the last stage or consequence. [Little used.]

57063

ultramarine
ULTRAMARINE, a. [L. ultra, beyond, and marinus, marine.]Situated or being beyond the ...

57064

ultramontane
ULTRAMON'TANE, a. [L. ultra and montanus, from mons, mountain.]Being beyond the mountain. Thus ...

57065

ultramundane
ULTRAMUN'DANE, a. [L. ultra and mundus, world.]Being beyond the world, or beyond the limits of our ...

57066

ultroneous
ULTRO'NEOUS, a. [L. ultro, of one's own accord.] Spontaneous; voluntary. [Not used.]

57067

ululate
U'LULATE, v.i. [L. ululo, to howl.] to how, as a dog or wolf.

57068

ululation
ULULA'TION, n. a howling, as of the wolf or dog.

57069

umbel
UM'BEL, n. [L. umbella, a screen or fan.]In botany, a particular mode of inflorescence or ...

57070

umbellar
UM'BELLAR, a. Pertaining to an umbel; having the form of an umbel.

57071

umbellate
UM'BELLATE,

57072

umbellated
UM'BELLATED, a. Bearing umbels; consisting of an umbel; growing on an umbel; as umbellate plants ...

57073

umbellet
UM'BELLET,

57074

umbellicle
UMBEL'LICLE, n. A little or partial umbel.

57075

umbelliferous
UMBELLIF'EROUS, a. [L. umbella and fero, to bear.]Producing the inflorescence called an umbel; ...

57076

umber
UM'BER, n. In natural history, an ore of iron, a fossil of a brown, yellowish, or blackish brown ...

57077

umbered
UM'BERED, a. [L. umbra, a shade.] 1. Shaded; clouded.2. [from umber.] Painted with umber.

57078

umbilic
UMBIL'IC, n. [infra.] The navel; the center.UMBIL'IC,

57079

umbilical
UMBIL'ICAL, a. [L. umbilicus, the navel.] Pertaining to the navel; as umbilical vessels; ...

57080

umbilicate
UMBIL'ICATE,

57081

umbilicated
UMBIL'ICATED, a. Navel-shaped; formed in the middle like a navel; as a flower, fruit, or leaf.

57082

umbles
UM'BLES, n. The entrails of a deer.

57083

umbo
UM'BO, n. [L.] The boss or protuberant part of a shield.

57084

umboldilite
UMBOLDILITE, n. [from Humboldt.] A newly discovered Vesuvian mineral, whose primitive form is a ...

57085

umbra
UM'BRA, n. A fish caught in the Mediterranean, generally about 12 or 14 inches long, but sometimes ...

57086

umbrage
UM'BRAGE, n. [L. umbra, a shade.]1. A shade; a screen of trees; as the umbrage of woods.2. ...

57087

umbrageous
UMBRA'GEOUS, a.1. Shading; forming a shade; as umbrageous trees or foliage.2. Shady; shaded; as ...

57088

umbrageousness
UMBRA'GEOUSNESS, n. Shadiness; as the umbrageousness of a tree.

57089

umbrate
UM'BRATE, v.t. [L. umbro, to shade.] To shade; to shadow. [Little used.]

57090

umbrated
UM'BRATED, pp. Shaded; shadowed.

57091

umbratic
UMBRAT'IC,

57092

umbratical
UMBRAT'ICAL, a. [L. umbraticus.]1. Shadowy; typical.2. Keeping in the shade or at home.

57093

umbratile
UM'BRATILE, a. [L. umbratilis.]1. Being in the shade.2. Unreal; unsubstantial.3. Being in ...

57094

umbratious
UMBRA'TIOUS, a. [See Umbrage.] Suspicious; apt to distrust; captious; disposed to take umbrage. ...

57095

umbrel
UM'BREL,

57096

umbrella
UMBREL'LA, n. [from L. umbra, shade.] A shade, screen or guard, carried in the hand for ...

57097

umbriere
UMBRIE'RE, n. The visor of a helmet.

57098

umbrosity
UMBROS'ITY, n. [L. umbrosus.] Shadiness. [Little used.]

57099

uminpaired
UMINPA'IRED, a. Not impaired; not diminished; not enfeebled by time or injury; as an unimpaired ...

57100

umpirage
UM'PIRAGE, n. [from umpire.] 1. The power, right or authority of an umpire to decide.2. The ...

57101

umpire
UM'PIRE, n. [L. imperium, contracted, as in empire.]1. A third person called in to decide a ...

57102

un
UN, a prefix or inseparable preposition, un or on, usually un, an, is the same word as the L. in. ...

57103

unabased
UNABA'SED, a. Not abased; not humbled.

57104

unabashed
UNABASH'ED, a. Not abashed; not confused with shame, or by modesty.

57105

unabated
UNABA'TED, a. Not abated; not diminished in strength or violence. The fever remains unabated.

57106

unabbreviated
UNABBRE'VIATED, a. Not abbreviated; not shortened.

57107

unabetted
UNABET'TED, a. Not abetted; not aided.

57108

unability
UNABIL'ITY,

57109

unabjured
UNABJU'RED, a. Not abjured; not renounced on oath.

57110

unable
UNA'BLE, a.1. Not able; not having sufficient strength or means; impotent; weak in power, or poor ...

57111

unableness
UNA'BLENESS, n. Want of ability. [Not used. We use inability.]

57112

unabolishable
UNABOL'ISHABLE, a. Not abolishable; that may not be abolished, annulled or destroyed.

57113

unabolished
UNABOL'ISHED, a. Not abolished; not repealed or annulled; remaining in force.

57114

unabridged
UNABRIDG'ED, a. Not abridged; not shortened.

57115

unabrogated
UNAB'ROGATED, a. Not abrogated; not annulled.

57116

unabsolved
UNABSOLV'ED, a. s as z. Not absolved; not acquitted or forgiven.

57117

unabsorbable
UNABSORB'ABLE, a. Not absorbable; not capable of being absorbed.

57118

unabsorbed
UNABSORB'ED, a. Not absorbed; not imbibed.

57119

unaccelerated
UNACCEL'ERATED, a. Not accelerated; not hastened.

57120

unaccented
UNACCENT'ED, a. Not accented; having no accent; as an unaccented syllable.

57121

unacceptable
UNACCEPT'ABLE, a. Not acceptable; not pleasing; not welcome; not such as will be received with ...

57122

unacceptableness
UNACCEPT'ABLENESS, n. The state of not pleasing.

57123

unacceptably
UNACCEPT'ABLY, adv. In an unwelcome or unpleasing manner.

57124

unaccepted
UNACCEPT'ED, a. Not accepted or received; rejected.

57125

unaccessible
UNACCESS'IBLE, a. Inaccessible. [This latter word is now used.]

57126

unaccessibleness
UNACCESS'IBLENESS, n. State of not being approachable; inaccessibleness. [The latter is word now ...

57127

unaccommodated
UNACCOM'MODATED, a. 1. Not accommodated; not furnished with external conveniences.2. Not fitted ...

57128

unaccommodating
UNACCOM'MODATING, a. Not accommodating; not ready to oblige; uncompliant.

57129

unaccompanied
UNACCOMPANIED, a. 1. Not attended; having no attendants, companions or followers.2. Having no ...

57130

unaccomplished
UNACCOM'PLISHED, a.1. Not accomplished; not finished; incomplete.2. Not refined in manners; not ...

57131

unaccomplishment
UNACCOM'PLISHMENT, n. Want of accomplishment or execution.

57132

unaccording
UNACCORD'ING, a. Not according; not agreeing.

57133

unaccountability
UNACCOUNTABIL'ITY, n. The state or quality of not being accountable; or the state of being ...

57134

unaccountable
UNACCOUNT'ABLE, a.1. Not to be accounted for. Such folly is unaccountable.2. Not explicable; not ...

57135

unaccountableness
UNACCOUNT'ABLENESS, n.1. Strangeness.2. Irresponsibility.

57136

unaccountably
UNACCOUNT'ABLY, adv. In a manner not to be explained; strangely.

57137

unaccredited
UNACCRED'ITED, a. Not accredited; not received; not authorized. The minister or the consul ...

57138

unaccurate
UNAC'CURATE, a. Inaccurate; not correct or exact. [But inaccurate is now used.]

57139

unaccurateness
UNAC'CURATENESS, n. Want of correctness. [But we now use inaccurateness, or inaccuracy.]

57140

unaccused
UNACCU'SED, a. s as z. Not accused; not charged with a crime or fault.

57141

unaccustomed
UNACCUS'TOMED, a.1. Not accustomed; not used; not made familiar; not habituated; as a bullock ...

57142

unachievable
UNACHIE'VABLE, a. That cannot be done or accomplished.

57143

unachieved
UNACHIE'VED, a. Not achieved; not accomplished or performed.

57144

unacknowledged
UNACKNOWL'EDGED, a.1. Not acknowledged; not recognized; as an unacknowledged agent or consul.2. ...

57145

unacquaintance
UNACQUA'INTANCE, n. Want of acquaintance or familiarity; want of knowledge; followed by with; as ...

57146

unacquainted
UNACQUA'INTED, a. 1. Not well known; unusual.And th' unacquainted light began to fear. [Not in ...

57147

unacquaintedness
UNACQUA'INTEDNESS, n. Want of acquaintance.

57148

unacquired
UNACQUI'RED, a. Not acquired; not gained.

57149

unacquitted
UNACQUIT'TED, a. Not acquitted, not declared innocent.

57150

unacted
UNACT'ED, a. Not acted; not performed; not executed.

57151

unactive
UNACT'IVE, a. 1. Not active; not brisk. [We now use inactive.]2. Having no employment.3. Not ...

57152

unactuated
UNACT'UATED, a. Not actuated; not moved.

57153

unadapted
UNADAPT'ED, a. Not adapted; not suited.

57154

unaddicted
UNADDICT'ED, a. Not addicted; not given or devoted.

57155

unadjudged
UNADJUDG'ED, a. Not adjudged; not judicially decided.

57156

unadjusted
UNADJUST'ED, a. 1. Not adjusted; not settled; not regulated; as differences unadjusted.2. Not ...

57157

unadministered
UNADMIN'ISTERED, a. Not administered.

57158

unadmired
UNADMI'RED, a. Not admired; not regarded with great affection or respect.

57159

unadmiring
UNADMI'RING, a. Not admiring.

57160

unadmonished
UNADMON'ISHED, a. Not admonished; not cautioned, warned or advised.

57161

unadopted
UNADOPT'ED, a. Not adopted; not received as one's own.

57162

unadored
UNADO'RED, a. Not adored; not worshiped.

57163

unadorned
UNADORN'ED, a. Not adorned; not decorated; not embellished.

57164

unadulterated
UNADUL'TERATED, a. Not adulterated; genuine; pure.

57165

unadulterous
UNADUL'TEROUS, a. Not guilty of adultery.

57166

unadulterously
UNADUL'TEROUSLY, adv. Without being guilty of adultery.

57167

unadventurous
UNADVENT'UROUS, a. Not adventurous; not bold or resolute.

57168

unadvisable
UNADVI'SABLE, a. s as z. Not advisable; not to be recommended; not expedient; not prudent.

57169

unadvised
UNADVI'SED, a. s as z.1. Not prudent; not discrete.2. Done without due consideration; rash; as an ...

57170

unadvisedly
UNADVI'SEDLY, adv. s as z. Imprudently; indiscreetly; rashly; without due consideration.

57171

unadvisedness
UNADVI'SEDNESS, n. s as z. Imprudence; rashness.

57172

unaerated
UNA'ERATED, a. Not combined with carbonic acid.

57173

unaffable
UNAF'FABLE, a. Not affable; not free to converse; reserved.

57174

unaffected
UNAFFECT'ED, a.1. Not affected; plain; natural; not labored or artificial; simple; as unaffected ...

57175

unaffectedly
UNAFFECT'EDLY, adv. Really; in sincerity; without disguise; without attempting to produce false ...

57176

unaffecting
UNAFFECT'ING, a. Not pathetic; not adapted to move the passions.

57177

unaffectionate
UNAFFEC'TIONATE, a. Not affectionate; wanting affection.

57178

unaffirmed
UNAFFIRM'ED, a. Not affirmed; not confirmed.

57179

unafflicted
UNAFFLICT'ED, a. Not afflicted; free from trouble.

57180

unaffrighted
UNAFFRIGHTED, a. Not frightened.

57181

unaggravated
UNAG'GRAVATED, a. Not aggravated.

57182

unagitated
UNAG'ITATED, a. Not agitated; calm.

57183

unagreeable
UNAGREE'ABLE, a. Not consistent; unsuitable.

57184

unagreeableness
UNAGREE'ABLENESS, n. Unsuitableness; inconsistency with.

57185

unaidable
UNA'IDABLE, a. Not to be aided or assisted. [Not used.]

57186

unaided
UNA'IDED, a. Not aided; not assisted.

57187

unaiming
UNA'IMING, a. Having no particular aim or direction.

57188

unaking
UNA'KING, a. Not aking; not giving or feeling pain.

57189

unalarmed
UNAL'ARMED, a. Not alarmed; not disturbed with fear.

57190

unalienable
UNA'LIENABLE, a. Not alienable; that cannot be alienated; that may not be transferred; as ...

57191

unalienably
UNA'LIENABLY, adv. In a manner that admits of no alienation; as property unalienable vested.

57192

unalienated
UNA'LIENATED, a. Not alienated; not transferred; not estranged.

57193

unallayed
UNALLA'YED, a.1. Not allayed; not appeased or quieted.2. For unalloyed.

57194

unalleviated
UNALLE'VIATED, a. Not alleviated; not mitigated.

57195

unalliable
UNALLI'ABLE, a. That cannot be allied or connected in amity.

57196

unallied
UNALLI'ED, a.1. Having no alliance or connection, either by nature, marriage or treaty; as ...

57197

unallowed
UNALLOW'ED, a. Not allowed; not permitted.

57198

unalloyed
UNALLOY'ED, a. Not alloyed; not reduced by foreign admixture; as metals unalloyed.I enjoyed ...

57199

unallured
UNALLU'RED, a. Not allured; not enticed.

57200

unalluring
UNALLU'RING, a. Not alluring; not tempting.

57201

unalmsed
UN'ALMSED, a. unamzed. Not having received alms.

57202

unalterable
UNAL'TERABLE, a. Not alterable; unchangeable; immutable.

57203

unalterableness
UNAL'TERABLENESS, n. Unchangeableness; immutability.

57204

unalterably
UNAL'TERABLY, adv. Unchangeably; immutably.

57205

unaltered
UNAL'TERED, a. Not altered or changed.

57206

unamazed
UNAMA'ZED, a. Not amazed; free from astonishment.

57207

unambiguous
UNAMBIG'UOUS, a. Not ambiguous; not of doubtful meaning; plain; clear; certain.

57208

unambiguously
UNAMBIG'UOUSLY, adv. In a clear, explicit manner.

57209

unambiguousness
UNAMBIG'UOUSNESS, n. Clearness; explicitness.

57210

unambitious
UNAMBI'TIOUS, a. 1. Not ambitious; free from ambition.2. Not affecting show; not showy or ...

57211

unambitiousness
UNAMBI'TIOUSNESS, n. Freedom from ambition.

57212

unamendable
UNAMEND'ABLE, a. Not capable of emendation.

57213

unamended
UNAMEND'ED, a. Not capable of emendation.

57214

unamiable
UNA'MIABLE, a. Not amiable; not conciliating love; not adapted to gain affection.

57215

unamiableness
UNA'MIABLENESS, n. Want of amiableness.

57216

unamused
UNAMU'SED, a. s as z. Not amused; not entertained.

57217

unamusing
UNAMU'SING, a. s as z. Not amusing; not affording entertainment.

57218

unamusive
UNAMU'SIVE, a. Not affording amusement.

57219

unanalogical
UNANALOG'ICAL, a. Not analogical.

57220

unanalogous
UNANAL'OGOUS, a. Not analogous; not agreeable to.

57221

unanalysed
UNAN'ALYSED, a. s as z. Not analysed; not resolved into simple parts.

57222

unanchored
UNAN'CHORED, a. Not anchored; not moored.

57223

unaneled
UNANE'LED, a. Not having received extreme unction. [See Anneal.]

57224

unangular
UNAN'GULAR, a. Having no angles.

57225

unanimalized
UNAN'IMALIZED, a. Not formed into animal matter.

57226

unanimated
UNAN'IMATED, a. 1. Not animated; not possessed of life.2. Not enlivened; not having spirit; ...

57227

unanimating
UNAN'IMATING, a. Not animating; dull.

57228

unanimity
UNANIM'ITY, n. [L. unus, one, and animus, mind.]Agreement of a number of persons in opinion or ...

57229

unanimous
UNAN'IMOUS, a.1. Being of one mind; agreeing in opinion or determination; as, the house of ...

57230

unanimously
UNAN'IMOUSLY, adv. With entire agreement of minds.

57231

unanimousness
UNAN'IMOUSNESS, n.1. The state of being of one mind.2. Proceeding from unanimity; as the ...

57232

unannealed
UNANNE'ALED, a. Not annealed; not tempered by heat; suddenly cooled.

57233

unannexed
UNANNEX'ED, a. Not annexed; not joined.

57234

unannoyed
UNANNOY'ED, a. Not annoyed or incommoded.

57235

unanointed
UNANOINT'ED, a. 1. Not anointed.2. Not having received extreme unction.

57236

unanswerable
UN'ANSWERABLE, a. Not to be satisfactorily answered; not capable of refutation; as an unanswerable ...

57237

unanswerableness
UN'ANSWERABLENESS, n. The state of being unanswerable.

57238

unanswerably
UN'ANSWERABLY, adv. In a manner not to be answered; beyond refutation.

57239

unanswered
UN'ANSWERED, a.1. Not answered; not opposed by a reply.2. Not refuted.3. Not suitably returned.

57240

unapocryphal
UNAPOC'RYPHAL, a. Not apocryphal; not of doubtful authority.

57241

unappalled
UNAPPALL'ED, a. Not appalled; not daunted; not impressed with fear.With eyes erect and visage ...

57242

unappareled
UNAPPAR'ELED, a. Not appareled; not clothed.

57243

unapparent
UNAPPA'RENT, a. Not apparent; obscure; not visible.

57244

unappealable
UNAPPE'ALABLE, a. Not appealable; admitting no appeal; that cannot be carried to a high court by ...

57245

unappeasable
UNAPPE'ASABLE, a. s as z.1. Not to be appeased or pacified; as an unappeasable clamor.2. Not ...

57246

unappeased
UNAPPE'ASED, a. s as z. Not appeased; not pacified.

57247

unappliable
UNAPPLI'ABLE, a. Inapplicable. [Little used.]

57248

unapplicable
UNAP'PLICABLE, a. Inapplicable; that cannot be applied. [We now use inapplicable.]

57249

unapplied
UNAPPLI'ED, a. Not applied; not used according to the destination; as unapplied funds.

57250

unapposite
UNAP'POSITE, a. s as z. Not apposite; not suitable.

57251

unappreciated
UNAPPRE'CIATED, a. Not duly estimated or valued.

57252

unapprehended
UNAPPREHEND'ED, a. 1. Not apprehended; not taken.2. Not understood.

57253

unapprehensible
UNAPPREHENS'IBLE, a. Not capable of being understood.

57254

unapprehensive
UNAPPREHENS'IVE, a.1. Not apprehensive; not fearful or suspecting.2. Not intelligent; not ready ...

57255

unapprised
UNAPPRI'SED, a. s as z. Not apprised; not previously informed.

57256

unapproachable
UNAPPROACHABLE, a. That cannot be approached; inaccessible.

57257

unapproachableness
UNAPPROACHABLENESS, n. Inaccessibleness.

57258

unapproached
UNAPPROACHED, a. Not approached; not to be approached.

57259

unappropriated
UNAPPRO'PRIATED, a.1. Not appropriated; not applied or directed to be applied to any specific ...

57260

unapproved
UNAPPROVED, a. Not approved; not having received approbation.

57261

unapt
UNAPT', a. 1. Not apt; not ready or propense.A soldier, unapt to weep.2. Dull; not ready to ...

57262

unaptly
UNAPT'LY, adv. Unfitly; improperly.

57263

unaptness
UNAPT'NESS, n.1. Unfitness; unsuitableness.2. Dullness; want of quick apprehension.3. ...

57264

unargued
UN'ARGUED, a.1. Not argued; not debated.2. Not disputed; not opposed by argument.3. Not ...

57265

unarm
UN'ARM v.t. To disarm; to strip of armor or arms. [Not used. See Disarm.]

57266

unarmed
UN'ARMED, a.1. Not having an arms or armor; not equipped. Man is born unarmed. It is mean to ...

57267

unarraigned
UNARRA'IGNED, a. Not arraigned; not brought to trial.

57268

unarranged
UNARRANGED, a. Not arranged; not disposed in order.

57269

unarrayed
UNARRA'YED, a.1. Not arrayed; not dressed.2. Not disposed in order.

57270

unarrived
UNARRI'VED, a. Not arrived. [Ill formed.]

57271

unarted
UN'ARTED, a. Ignorant of the arts. [Not in use.]

57272

unartful
UN'ARTFUL, a. 1. Not artful; artless; not having cunning.2. Wanting skill. [Little used.]

57273

unartfully
UN'ARTFULLY, adv. Without art; in an unartful manner.[In lieu of these words, artless and ...

57274

unarticulated
UNARTIC'ULATED, a. Not articulated or distinctly pronounced.

57275

unartificial
UNARTIFI'CIAL, a. Not artificial; not formed by art.

57276

unartificially
UNARTIFI'CIALLY, adv. Not with art; in a manner contrary to art.

57277

unascendible
UNASCEND'IBLE, a. That cannot be ascended.

57278

unascertainable
UNASCERTA'INABLE, a. That cannot be ascertained, or reduced to a certainty; that cannot be ...

57279

unascertained
UNASCERTA'INED, a. Not reduced to a certainty; not certainly known.

57280

unasked
UN'ASKED, a.1. Not asked; unsolicited; as, to bestow favors unasked; that was an unasked favor.2. ...

57281

unaspective
UNASPECT'IVE, a. Not having a view to.

57282

unaspirated
UNAS'PIRATED, a. Having no aspirate.

57283

unaspiring
UNASPI'RING, a. Not aspiring; not ambitious.

57284

unassailable
UNASSA'ILABLE, a. Not assailable; that cannot be assaulted.

57285

unassailed
UNASSA'ILED, a. Not assailed; not attacked by violence.To keep my life and honor unassail'd.

57286

unassaulted
UNASSAULT'ED, a. Not assault'ed not attacked.

57287

unassayed
UNASSA'YED, a. 1. Not essayed; not attempted. [We now use unessayed.]2. Not subjected to assay ...

57288

unassembled
UNASSEM'BLED, a. Not assembled or congregated.

57289

unasserted
UNASSERT'ED, a. not asserted; not affirmed; not vindicated.

57290

unassessed
UNASSESS'ED, a. Not assessed; not rated.

57291

unassignable
UNASSIGNABLE, a. Not assignable; that cannot be transferred by assignment or indorsement.

57292

unassigned
UNASSIGNED, a. Not assigned; not declared; not transferred.

57293

unassimilated
UNASSIM'ILATED, a. 1. Not assimilated; not made to resemble.2. In physiology, not formed or ...

57294

unassisted
UNASSIST'ED, a. Not assisted; not aided or helped; as unassisted reason.

57295

unassisting
UNASSIST'ING, a. Giving no help.

57296

unassociated
UNASSO'CIATED, a.1. Not associated; not united with a society.2. In Connecticut, not united with ...

57297

unassorted
UNASSORT'ED, a. Not assorted; not distributed into sorts.

57298

unassuming
UNASSU'MING, a. Not assuming; not bold or forward; not making lofty pretensions; not arrogant; ...

57299

unassured
UNASSU'RED, a. [See Sure.] 1. Not assured; not confident; as an unassured countenance.2. Not to ...

57300

unatonable
UNATO'NABLE, a. Not to be appeased; not to be reconciled.

57301

unatoned
UNATO'NED, a. Not expiated.A brother's blood yet unaton'd.

57302

unattached
UNATTACH'ED, a. 1. Not attached; not arrested.2. Not closely adhering; having no fixed interest; ...

57303

unattacked
UNATTACK'ED, a. Not attacked; not assaulted.

57304

unattainable
UNATTA'INABLE, a. Not to be gained or obtained; as unattainable good.

57305

unattainableness
UNATTA'INABLENESS, n. The state of being beyond the reach or power.

57306

unattainted
UNATTA'INTED, a. Not attainted; not corrupted.

57307

unattempered
UNATTEM'PERED, a. Not tempered by mixture.

57308

unattempted
UNATTEMPT'ED, a. Not attempted; not tried; not essayed.Things unattempted yet in prose or rhyme.

57309

unattended
UNATTEND'ED, a.1. Not attended; not accompanied; having no retinue or attendance.2. Forsaken.3. ...

57310

unattending
UNATTEND'ING, a. Not attending or listening; not being attentive.Ill is lost that praise that is ...

57311

unattentive
UNATTEN'TIVE, a. Not regarding; inattentive. [The latter word is now used.]

57312

unattested
UNATTEST'ED, a. Not attested; having no attestation.

57313

unattired
UNATTI'RED, a. Not attired; not adorned.

57314

unattracted
UNATTRACT'ED, a. Not attracted; not affected by attraction.

57315

unaugmented
UNAUGMENT'ED, a. Not augmented or increased; in grammar, having no augment, or additional ...

57316

unauthentic
UNAUTHEN'TIC, a. Not authentic; not genuine or true.

57317

unauthenticated
UNAUTHEN'TICATED, a. Not authenticated; not made certain by authority.

57318

unauthorized
UNAU'THORIZED, a. Not authorized; not warranted by proper authority; not duly commissioned.

57319

unavailable
UNAVA'ILABLE, a. Not available; not having sufficient power to produce the intended effect; not ...

57320

unavailableness
UNAVA'ILABLENESS, n. Inefficacy; uselessness.

57321

unavailing
UNAVA'ILING, a. Not having the effect desired; ineffectual; useless; vain; as unavailing efforts; ...

57322

unavenged
UNAVENG'ED, a. 1. Not avenged; not having obtained satisfaction; as, a person is unavenged.2. ...

57323

unaverted
UNAVERT'ED, a. Not averted; not turned away.

57324

unavoidable
UNAVOID'ABLE, a.1. That cannot be made null or void.2. Not avoidable; not to be shunned; ...

57325

unavoidableness
UNAVOID'ABLENESS, n. That state of being unavoidable; inevitableness.

57326

unavoidably
UNAVOID'ABLY, adv. Inevitably; in a manner that prevents failure or escape.

57327

unavoided
UNAVOID'ED, a.1. Not avoided or shunned.2. Inevitable. [Not legitimate.]

57328

unavowed
UNAVOW'ED, a. Not avowed; not acknowledged; not owned; not confessed.

57329

unawaked
UNAWA'KED,

57330

unawakened
UNAWA'KENED, a.1. Not awakened; not roused from sleep.2. Not roused from spiritual slumber or ...

57331

unaware
UNAWA'RE, a. Without thought, inattentive.UNAWA'RE,

57332

unawares
UNAWA'RES, adv.1. Suddenly; unexpectedly; without previous preparation. The evil came upon us ...

57333

unawed
UNAW'ED, a. Not awed; not restrained by fear; undaunted.

57334

unbacked
UNBACK'ED, a. 1. Not having been backed; as an unbacked colt.2. Not tamed; not taught to bear a ...

57335

unbaked
UNBA'KED, a. Not baked.

57336

unbalanced
UNBAL'ANCED, a.1. Not balanced; not poised; not in equipoise.Let earth unbalanc'd from her orbit ...

57337

unballast
UNBAL'LAST, v.i. To free from ballast; to discharge the ballast from.

57338

unballasted
UNBAL'LASTED, a.1. Freed from ballast.2. a. Not furnished with ballast; not kept steady by ...

57339

unbanded
UNBAND'ED, a. Stripped of a band; having no band.

57340

unbannered
UNBAN'NERED, a. Having no banner.

57341

unbaptized
UNBAPTI'ZED, a. Not baptized.

57342

unbar
UNB'AR, v.t. To remove a bar or bars from; to unfasten; to open; as, to unbar a gate.

57343

unbarbed
UNB'ARBED, a. Not shaven. [Not in use.]

57344

unbarked
UNB'ARKED, a. Stripped of its bark.[We now use barked in the same sense.]

57345

unbarred
UNB'ARRED, pp. Having its bars removed; unfastened.

57346

unbarring
UNB'ARRING, ppr. Removing the bars from; unfastening.

57347

unbashful
UNBASH'FUL, a. Not bashful; bold; impudent.

57348

unbated
UNBA'TED, a. Not repressed; not blunted. [Not in use.]

57349

unbathed
UNBA'THED, a. Not bathed; not wet.

57350

unbattered
UNBAT'TERED, a. Not battered; not bruised or injured by blows.

57351

unbay
UNBA'Y, v.t. To open; to free from the restraint of mounds.I ought to unbay the current of my ...

57352

unbearded
UNBEARDED, a. unberd'ed. Having no beard; beardless.

57353

unbearing
UNBEARING, a. Bearing or producing no fruit.

57354

unbeaten
UNBE'ATEN, a.1. Not beaten; not treated with blows.2. Untrod; not beaten by the feet; as unbeaten ...

57355

unbeauteous
UNBEAU'TEOUS,

57356

unbeautiful
UNBEAU'TIFUL, a. [See Beauty.] Not beautiful; having no beauty.

57357

unbecome
UNBECOME, v.t. Not to become; not to be suitable to; to misbecome. [Not used.]

57358

unbecoming
UNBECOMING, a. Unsuitable; improper for the person or character; indecent; indecorous.My grief ...

57359

unbecomingly
UNBECOMINGLY, adv. In an unsuitable manner; indecorously.

57360

unbecomingness
UNBECOMINGNESS, n. Unsuitableness to the person, character or circumstances; impropriety; ...

57361

unbed
UNBED', v.t. To raise or rouse from bed.Eels unbed themselves and stir at the noise of thunder.

57362

unbedded
UNBED'DED, pp. Raised from bed; disturbed.

57363

unbedding
UNBED'DING, ppr. Raising from bed.

57364

unbefitting
UNBEFIT'TING, a. Not befitting; unsuitable; unbecoming.

57365

unbefriended
UNBEFRIENDED, a. unbefrend'ed. Not befriended; not supported by friends; having no friendly aid.

57366

unbeget
UNBEGET', v.t. To deprive of existence.

57367

unbegot
UNBEGOT'

57368

unbegotten
UNBEGOT'TEN, a.1. Not generated; eternal.2. Not yet generated.3. Not begotten; not generated.

57369

unbeguile
UNBEGUI'LE, v.t. To undeceive; to free from the influence of deceit.Then unbeguile thyself.

57370

unbeguiled
UNBEGUI'LED, pp. Undeceived.

57371

unbegun
UNBEGUN', a. Not begun.

57372

unbeheld
UNBEHELD', a. Not beheld; not seen; not visible.

57373

unbeing
UNBE'ING, a. Not existing. [Not in use.]

57374

unbelief
UNBELIE'F, n. 1. Incredulity; the withholding of belief; as, unbelief is blind.2. Infidelity; ...

57375

unbelieve
UNBELIE'VE, v.t.1. To discredit; not to believe or trust.2. Not to think real or true.

57376

unbelieved
UNBELIE'VED, pp. Not believed; discredited.

57377

unbeliever
UNBELIE'VER, n.1. An incredulous person; one who does not believe.2. An infidel; one who ...

57378

unbelieving
UNBELIE'VING, a.1. Not believing; incredulous.2. Infidel; discrediting divine revelation, or the ...

57379

unbeloved
UNBELOVED, a. Not loved.

57380

unbemoaned
UNBEMOANED, a. Not lamented.

57381

unbend
UNBEND', v.t.1. To free from flexure; to make straight; as, to unbend a bow.2. To relax; to remit ...

57382

unbending
UNBEND'ING, ppr.1. Relaxing from any strain; remitting; taking from their yards, &c., as sails.2. ...

57383

unbeneficed
UNBEN'EFICED, a. Not enjoying or having a benefice.

57384

unbenevolent
UNBENEV'OLENT, a. Not benevolent; not kind.

57385

unbenighted
UNBENIGHTED, a. Never visited by darkness.

57386

unbenign
UNBENIGN, a. Not benign; not favorable or propitious; malignant.

57387

unbent
UNBENT', pp. of unbend.1. Relaxed; remitted; relieved from strain or exertion.2. In seamen's ...

57388

unbequeathed
UNBEQUE'ATHED, a. Not bequeathed; not given by legacy.

57389

unbeseeming
UNBESEE'MING, a. Unbecoming; not befitting unsuitable.

57390

unbesought
UNBESOUGHT, a. unbesaut'. Not besought; not sought by petition or entreaty.

57391

unbespoken
UNBESPO'KEN, a. Not bespoken, or ordered beforehand.

57392

unbestarred
UNBEST'ARRED, a. Not adorned or distinguished by stars.

57393

unbestowed
UNBESTOWED, a. Not bestowed; not given; not disposed of.

57394

unbetrayed
UNBETRA'YED, a. Not betrayed.

57395

unbewailed
UNBEWA'ILED, a. Not bewailed; not lamented.

57396

unbewitch
UNBEWITCH', v.t. To free from fascination.

57397

unbias
UNBI'AS, v.t. To free from bias or prejudice.The truest service a private man can do his country, ...

57398

unbiased
UNBI'ASED, pp.1. Freed from prejudice or bias.2. a. Free from any undue partiality or prejudice; ...

57399

unbiasedly
UNBI'ASEDLY, adv. Without prejudice; impartially.

57400

unbiasedness
UNBI'ASEDNESS, n. Freedom from bias or prejudice.

57401

unbid
UNBID',

57402

unbidden
UNBID'DEN, a.1. Not bid; not commanded.2. Spontaneous; as, thorns shall be earth produce unbid.3. ...

57403

unbigoted
UNBIG'OTED, a. Free from bigotry.

57404

unbild
UNBILD, v.t. To demolish what is built; to raze; to destroy.

57405

unbilt
UNBILT, a. Not yet built; not erected.

57406

unbind
UNBIND, v.t. To untie; to remove a band from; to unfasten; to loose; to set free from shackles. ...

57407

unbishop
UNBISH'OP, v.t. To deprive of episcopal orders.

57408

unbit
UNBIT', a. Not bitten.

57409

unbitted
UNBIT'TED, pp. Removed from the bits; unbridled.

57410

unbitting
UNBIT'TING, ppr. Unbridling; removing from the bits.

57411

unblamable
UNBLA'MABLE, a. Not blamable; not culpable; innocent.

57412

unblamableness
UNBLA'MABLENESS, n. State of being chargeable with no blame or fault.

57413

unblamably
UNBLA'MABLY, adv. In such a manner as to incur no blame. 1Thess. 2.

57414

unblamed
UNBLA'MED, a. Not blamed; free from censure.

57415

unblasted
UNBL'ASTED, a. Not blasted; not made to wither.

57416

unbleeding
UNBLEE'DING, a. Not bleeding; not suffering loss of blood.

57417

unblemishable
UNBLEM'ISHABLE, a. Not capable of being blemished.

57418

unblemished
UNBLEM'ISHED, a.1. Not blemished; not stained; free from turpitude or reproach; in a moral sense; ...

57419

unblenched
UNBLENCH'ED, a. Not disgraced; not injured by any stain or soil; as unblenched majesty.

57420

unblenching
UNBLENCH'ING, a. Not shrinking or flinching; firm.

57421

unblended
UNBLEND'ED, a. Not blended; not mingled.

57422

unblest
UNBLEST', a. 1. Not blest; excluded from benediction.2. Wretched; unhappy.

57423

unblighted
UNBLIGHTED, a. Not blighted; not blasted.

57424

unblinded
UNBLINDED, a. Not blinded.

57425

unblooded
UNBLOODED, a. Not stained with blood.

57426

unbloody
UNBLOODY, a.1. Not stained with blood.2. Not shedding blood; not cruel.

57427

unblossoming
UNBLOS'SOMING, a. Not producing blossoms.

57428

unblown
UNBLOWN, a.1. Not blown; not having the bud expanded.2. Not extinguished.3. Not inflated with ...

57429

unblunted
UNBLUNT'ED, a. Not made obtuse or dull; not blunted.

57430

unblushing
UNBLUSH'ING, a. Not blushing; destitute of shame; impudent.

57431

unblushingly
UNBLUSH'INGLY, adv. In an impudent manner.

57432

unboastful
UNBOASTFUL, a. Not boasting; unassuming; modest.

57433

unbodied
UNBOD'IED, a.1. Having no material body; incorporeal; as unbodied spirits.2. Freed from the body.

57434

unboiled
UNBOIL'ED, a. Not boiled; as unboiled rice.

57435

unbolt
UNBOLT, v.t. To remove a bolt from; to unfasten; to open; as, to unbolt a gate.

57436

unbolted
UNBOLTED, a.1. Freed from fastening by bolts.2. Unsifted; not bolted; not having the bran or ...

57437

unbonneted
UNBONNETED, a. Having no bonnet on.

57438

unbookish
UNBOOK'ISH, a. 1. Not addicted to books or reading.2. Not cultivated by erudition.

57439

unborn
UNBORN',

57440

unborrowed
UNBOR'ROWED, a. Not borrowed; genuine; original; native; one's own; as unborrowed beauties; ...

57441

unbosom
UNBOSOM, v.t. s as z. 1. To disclose freely one's secret opinions or feelings.2. To reveal in ...

57442

unbosomed
UNBOSOMED, pp. Disclosed, as secrets; revealed in confidence.

57443

unbosoming
UNBOSOMING, ppr. Disclosing, as secrets; revealing in confidence.

57444

unbottomed
UNBOT'TOMED, a.1. Having no bottom; bottomless.The dark, unbottom'd, infinite abyss.2. Having no ...

57445

unbought
UNBOUGHT, a. unbaut'.1. Not bought; obtained without money or purchase.The unbought dainties of ...

57446

unbound
UNBOUND', a.1. Not bound; loose; wanting a cover; as unbound books.2. Not bound by obligation or ...

57447

unbounded
UNBOUND'ED, a.1. Having no bound or limit; unlimited in extent; infinite; interminable; as ...

57448

unboundedly
UNBOUND'EDLY, adv. Without bounds or limits.

57449

unboundedness
UNBOUND'EDNESS, n. Freedom from bounds or limits.

57450

unbounteous
UNBOUN'TEOUS, a. Not bounteous; not liberal.

57451

unbow
UNBOW', v.t. To unbend.

57452

unbowed
UNBOW'ED, a. Not bent; not arched.

57453

unbowel
UNBOW'EL, v.t. To deprive of the entrails; to exenterate; to eviscerate.

57454

unboweled
UNBOW'ELED, pp. Eviscerated.

57455

unboweling
UNBOW'ELING, ppr. Taking out the bowels.

57456

unbrace
UNBRA'CE, v.t. To loose; to relax; as, to unbrace a drum; to unbrace the arms; to unbrace the ...

57457

unbraid
UNBRA'ID, v.t. To separate the strands of a braid; to disentangle.

57458

unbraided
UNBRA'IDED, pp. Disentangled, as the strands of a braid.

57459

unbraiding
UNBRA'IDING, ppr. Separating the strands of a braid.

57460

unbranched
UNBR'ANCHED, a. Not ramified; not shooting into branches.

57461

unbranching
UNBR'ANCHING, a. Not dividing into branches.

57462

unbreast
UNBREAST, v.t. unbrest'. To disclose or lay open.

57463

unbreathed
UNBRE'ATHED, a. Not exercised.Our unbreath'd memories.

57464

unbreathing
UNBRE'ATHING, a. Unanimated; as unbreathing stones.

57465

unbred
UNBRED',1. Not well bred; not polished in manners; ill educated; rude; as unbred minds; unbred ...

57466

unbreeched
UNBREE'CHED, a. Having no breeches.

57467

unbrewed
UNBREW'ED, a. Not mixed; pure; genuine.

57468

unbribable
UNBRI'BABLE, a. That cannot be bribed. [Not used.]

57469

unbribed
UNBRI'BED, a. Not bribed; not corrupted by money; not unduly influenced by money or gifts.

57470

unbridle
UNBRI'DLE, v.t. To free from the bridle.

57471

unbridled
UNBRI'DLED, pp.1. Loosed from the bridle.2. a. Unrestrained; licentious; as unbridled lust; ...

57472

unbroke
UNBRO'KE,'KEN, a.1. Not broken; not violated. Preserve your vows unbroken.2. Not weakened; not ...

57473

unbrotherly
UNBROTHERLY, a. Not becoming a brother; not suitable to the character and relation of a brother; ...

57474

unbruised
UNBRUISED, a. s as z. Not bruised; not crushed or hurt.

57475

unbuckle
UNBUCK'LE, v.t. To loose from buckles; to unfasten; as, to unbuckle a shoe; to unbuckle a girdle; ...

57476

unbuckled
UNBUCK'LED, pp. Loosed from buckles; unfastened.

57477

unbuckling
UNBUCK'LING, ppr. Loosing from buckles; unfastening.

57478

unbuild
UNBUILD,

57479

unbuilt
UNBUILT,

57480

unburden
UNBUR'DEN, v.t.1. To rid of a load; to free from a burden; to ease.2. To throw off.3. To relieve ...

57481

unburdened
UNBUR'DENED, pp. Freed from a load; thrown off; eased; relieved.

57482

unburdening
UNBUR'DENING, ppr. Freeing from a load or burden; relieving from what is a burden.

57483

unburied
UNBURIED, a. unber'ried. Not buried; not interred.

57484

unburned
UNBURN'ED,

57485

unburning
UNBURN'ING, a. Not consuming away by fire.

57486

unburnt
UNBURNT', a. 1. Not burnt; not consumed by fire.2. Not injured by fire; not scorched.3. Not ...

57487

unburthen
UNBUR'THEN,

57488

unburthened
UNBUR'THENED,

57489

unburthening
UNBUR'THENING,

57490

unbusied
UNBUSIED, a. unbiz'zied. Not busied; not employed idle.

57491

unbutton
UNBUT'TON, v.t. To loose from being fastened by buttons; to loose buttons.

57492

unbuttoned
UNBUT'TONED, pp. Loosed from buttons.

57493

uncage
UNCA'GE, v.t. To loose from a cage.

57494

uncaged
UNCA'GED, pp. Released from a cage or from confinement.

57495

uncalcined
UNCAL'CINED, a. Not calcined.

57496

uncalculated
UNCAL'CULATED, a. Not subjected to calculation.

57497

uncalculating
UNCAL'CULATING, a. Not making calculations.

57498

uncalled
UNCALL'ED, a. Not called; not summoned; not invited.Uncalled for, not required; not needed or ...

57499

uncalm
UNC'ALM, v.t. To disturb. [Not in use, and an ill word.]

57500

uncanceled
UNCAN'CELED, a. Not canceled; not erased; not abrogated or annulled.

57501

uncandid
UNCAN'DID, a. Not candid; not frank or sincere; not fair or impartial.

57502

uncanonical
UNCANON'ICAL, a. Not agreeable to the canons; not acknowledged as authentic.

57503

uncanonicalness
UNCANON'ICALNESS, n. The state of being uncanonical.

57504

uncanopied
UNCAN'OPIED, a. Not covered by a canopy.

57505

uncap
UNCAP', v.t. To remove a cap or cover; to open; as, to uncap a vein.

57506

uncapable
UNCA'PABLE, a. Incapable. [The latter word has superseded uncapable.]

57507

uncapped
UNCAP'PED, pp. Opened.

57508

uncaptivated
UNCAP'TIVATED, a. Not captivated.

57509

uncarnate
UNC'ARNATE, a. Not fleshly.

57510

uncarpeted
UNC'ARPETED, a. Not covered with a carpet.

57511

uncase
UNCA'SE, v.t.1. To disengage from a covering; to take off or out.2. To flay; to strip.

57512

uncased
UNCA'SED, pp. Stripped of a covering or case.

57513

uncasing
UNCA'SING, ppr. Disengaging from a cover.

57514

uncastrated
UNCAS'TRATED, a. Not castrated.

57515

uncatechised
UNCAT'ECHISED, a. s as z. Not catechis untaught.

57516

uncaught
UNCAUGHT, a. uncaut'. Not yet caught or taken.

57517

uncaused
UNCAUS'ED, a. s as z. Having no precedent cause; existing without an author.

57518

uncautious
UNCAU'TIOUS, a. Not cautious; not wary; heedless. [Incautious is now generally used.]

57519

unceasing
UNCE'ASING, a. Not ceasing; not intermitting; continual.

57520

unceasingly
UNCE'ASINGLY, adv. Without intermission or cessation; continually.

57521

uncelebrated
UNCEL'EBRATED, a. Not celebrated; not solemnized.

57522

uncelestial
UNCELES'TIAL, a. Not heavenly.

57523

uncensurable
UNCEN'SURABLE, a. Not worthy of censure.

57524

uncensured
UNCEN'SURED, a. Not censured; exempt from blame or reproach.Whose right it is uncensur'd to be ...

57525

uncentrical
UNCEN'TRICAL, a. not central; distant from the center.

57526

unceremonial
UNCEREMO'NIAL, a. Not ceremonial.

57527

unceremonious
UNCEREMO'NIOUS, a. not ceremonious; not formal.

57528

uncertain
UNCER'TAIN, a.1. Not certain; doubtful; not certainly known. it is uncertain who will be the next ...

57529

uncertainly
UNCER'TAINLY, adv.1. Not surely; not certainly.2. Not confidently.- Standards that cannot be ...

57530

uncertainty
UNCER'TAINTY, n.1. doubtfulness; dubiousness. The truth is not ascertained; the latest accounts ...

57531

uncessant
UNCES'SANT, a. Continual; incessant. [The latter is the word now used.]

57532

uncessantly
UNCES'SANTLY, adv. Incessantly. Obs.

57533

unchain
UNCHA'IN, v.t. To free from chains or slavery.

57534

unchained
UNCHA'INED, pp. Disengaged from chains, shackles or slavery.

57535

unchaining
UNCHA'INING, ppr. Freeing from chains, bonds or restraint.

57536

unchangeable
UNCHANGEABLE, a. Not capable of change; immutable; not subject to variation. god is an ...

57537

unchangeableness
UNCHANGEABLENESS, n. The state or quality of being subject to no change; immutability.

57538

unchangeably
UNCHANGEABLY, adv. Without change; immutably.

57539

unchanged
UNCHANGED, a. 1. Not changed or altered.2. Not alterable.

57540

unchanging
UNCHANGING, a. Not changing; suffering no alteration.

57541

uncharacteristic
UNCHARACTERIS'TIC, a. Not characteristic; not exhibiting a character.

57542

uncharge
UNCH'ARGE, v.t. To retract an accusation. [Not used.]

57543

uncharged
UNCH'ARGED, a. Not charged; not loaded.

57544

uncharitable
UNCHAR'ITABLE, a. Not charitable; contrary to charity, or the universal love prescribed by ...

57545

uncharitableness
UNCHAR'ITABLENESS, n. Want of charity. If we hate our enemies we sin; we are guilty of ...

57546

uncharitably
UNCHAR'ITABLY, adv. In a manner contrary to charity.

57547

uncharm
UNCH'ARM v.t. To release from some charm, fascination, or secret power.

57548

uncharmed
UNCH'ARMED, a. Not charmed; not fascinated.

57549

uncharming
UNCH'ARMING, a. Not charming; not longer able to charm.

57550

unchary
UNCHA'RY, a. Not wary; not frugal. [Not used.]

57551

unchaste
UNCHASTE, a. Not chaste; not continent; not pure; libidinous; lewd.

57552

unchastely
UNCHASTELY, adv. Incontinently; lewdly.

57553

unchastisable
UNCHASTI'SABLE, a. [See Chastise.] That cannot be chastised.

57554

unchastised
UNCHASTI'SED, a. 1. Not chastised; not punished.2. Not corrected; not restrained.

57555

unchastity
UNCHAS'TITY, n. Incontinence; lewdness; unlawful indulgence of the sexual appetite.

57556

unchecked
UNCHECK'ED, a. 1. Not checked; not restrained; not hindered.2. Not contradicted.

57557

uncheerful
UNCHEE'RFUL, a. Not cheerful; sad.

57558

uncheerfulness
UNCHEE'RFULNESS, n. Want of cheerfulness; sadness.

57559

uncheery
UNCHEE'RY, a. Dull; not enlivening.

57560

unchewed
UNCHEW'ED, a. Not chewed or masticated.

57561

unchild
UNCHILD, v.t. To bereave of children. [Not in use.]

57562

unchristian
UNCHRIS'TIAN, a.1. Contrary to the laws of christianity; as an unchristian reflection; unchristian ...

57563

unchristianize
UNCHRIS'TIANIZE, v.t. to turn from the christian faith; to cause to degenerate from the belief and ...

57564

unchristianly
UNCHRIS'TIANLY, a. Contrary to the laws of christianity; unbecoming christians.UNCHRIS'TIANLY, ...

57565

unchristianness
UNCHRIS'TIANNESS, n. Contrariety to christianity.

57566

unchurch
UNCHURCH', v.t. To expel from a church; to deprive of the character and rights of a church.

57567

unchurched
UNCHURCH'ED, pp. Expelled from a church.

57568

unchurching
UNCHURCH'ING, ppr. Expelling from a church.

57569

uncial
UN'CIAL, a. [L. uncialis.] Pertaining to letters of a large size, used in ancient ...

57570

uncinate
UN'CINATE, a. [L. uncinatus, from uncus, a hook.] In botany, hooked at the end.

57571

uncircumcised
UNCIR'CUMCISED, a. s as z. Not circumcised.

57572

uncircumcision
UNCIRCUMCI'SION, n. Absence or want of circumcision.

57573

uncircumscribed
UNCIRCUMSCRI'BED, a. Not circumscribed; not bounded; not limited.Where the prince is ...

57574

uncircumspect
UNCIR'CUMSPECT, a. Not circumspect; not cautious.

57575

uncircumstantial
UNCIRCUMSTAN'TIAL, a. Not important. [Not in use.]

57576

uncivil
UNCIV'IL, a. 1. Not civil; not complaisant; not courteous in manners; applied to persons.2. Not ...

57577

uncivilization
UNCIVILIZA'TION, n. A state of savageness; rude state.

57578

uncivilized
UNCIV'ILIZED, a.1. Not reclaimed from savage life; as the uncivilized inhabitants of Canada or New ...

57579

uncivilly
UNCIV'ILLY, adv. Not complaisantly; not courteously; rudely.

57580

unclad
UNCLAD', a. Not clad; not clothed.

57581

unclaimed
UNCLA'IMED, a. Not claimed; not demanded; not called for; as unclaimed dividends of a bank.

57582

unclarified
UNCLAR'IFIED, a. Not purified; not fined; not departed by a separation of feculent or foreign ...

57583

unclasp
UNCL'ASP, v.t. To loose a clasp; to open what is fastened with a clasp; as, to unclasp a book.

57584

unclasping
UNCL'ASPING, ppr. Loosing a clasp.

57585

unclassic
UNCLASS'IC,

57586

unclassical
UNCLASS'ICAL, a. 1. Not classic; not according to the best models of writing.2. Not pertaining to ...

57587

uncle
UN'CLE, n. [L. avunculus.] The brother of one's father or mother.

57588

unclean
UNCLE'AN, a.1. Not clean; foul; dirty; filthy.2. In the Jewish law, ceremonially impure; not ...

57589

uncleanable
UNCLE'ANABLE, a. That cannot be cleansed.

57590

uncleanliness
UNCLEANLINESS, n. unclen'liness. Want of cleanliness; filthiness.

57591

uncleanly
UNCLEANLY, a. unclen'ly.1. Foul; filthy; dirty.2. Indecent; unchaste; obscene.It is a pity that ...

57592

uncleanness
UNCLE'ANNESS, n.1. Foulness; dirtiness; filthiness.Be not troublesome to thyself or to others by ...

57593

uncleansed
UNCLEANSED, a. unclenz'ed. Not cleansed; not purified.

57594

unclench
UNCLENCH', v.t. To open the closed hand; as, to unclench the fist.

57595

unclenched
UNCLENCH'ED, pp. Opened; unclosed.

57596

unclew
UNCLEW', v.t. To undo; to unwind, unfold or untie.

57597

unclipped
UNCLIP'PED, a. Not clipped; not out; not diminished or shortened by clipping; as unclipped money; ...

57598

unclog
UNCLOG', v.t. To disencumber of difficulties and obstructions; to free from incumbrances, or any ...

57599

unclogged
UNCLOG'GED, pp. or a. Disencumbered; set free from obstructions.

57600

unclogging
UNCLOG'GING, ppr. Disencumbering.

57601

uncloister
UNCLOIS'TER, v.t. To release from a cloister or from confinement; to set at liberty.

57602

uncloistered
UNCLOIS'TERED, pp. Released from a cloister or from confinement.

57603

uncloistering
UNCLOIS'TERING, ppr. Releasing from confinement.

57604

unclose
UNCLO'SE, v.t. s as z.1. To open; to break the seal of; as, to unclose a letter.2. To disclose; ...

57605

unclosed
UNCLO'SED, pp. 1. Opened.2. a. Not separated by inclosures; open.3. Not finished; not ...

57606

unclosing
UNCLO'SING, ppr. Opening; breaking the seal of.

57607

unclothe
UNCLO'THE, v.t. To strip of clothes; to make naked; to divest.To have a distinct knowledge of ...

57608

unclothed
UNCLO'THED, pp. Stripped of clothing or covering.Nor for that we would be unclothed, but clothed ...

57609

unclothedly
UNCLO'THEDLY, adv. Without clothing

57610

unclothing
UNCLO'THING, ppr. Stripping of clothing.

57611

uncloud
UNCLOUD', v.t. To unvail; to clear from obscurity or clouds.

57612

unclouded
UNCLOUD'ED, a. 1. Not cloudy; free from clouds; clear; as an unclouded sky.2. Not darkened; not ...

57613

uncloudedness
UNCLOUD'EDNESS, n.1. Freedom from clouds; clearness.2. Freedom from obscurity or gloom.

57614

unclouding
UNCLOUD'ING, ppr. Clearing from clouds or obscurity.

57615

uncloudy
UNCLOUD'Y, a. Not cloudy; clear; free from clouds, obscurity or gloom.

57616

unclutch
UNCLUTCH', v.t. To open something closely shut.Unclutch his griping hand.

57617

uncoagulable
UNCOAG'ULABLE, a. That cannot be coagulated.

57618

uncoagulated
UNCOAG'ULATED, a. Not coagulated or concreted.

57619

uncoated
UNCOATED,a. Not coated; not covered with a coat.

57620

uncocked
UNCOCK'ED, a.1. Not cocked, as a gun.2. Not made into cocks, as hay.3. Not set up, as the brim ...

57621

uncoif
UNCOIF', v.t. To pull the cap off.

57622

uncoifed
UNCOIF'ED, a. Not wearing a coif.

57623

uncoil
UNCOIL', v.t. To unwind or open, as the turns of a rope or other line.

57624

uncoiled
UNCOIL'ED, pp. Opened; unwound.

57625

uncoined
UNCOIN'ED, a. Not coined; as uncoined silver.

57626

uncollected
UNCOLLECT'ED, a.1. Not collected; not received; as uncollected taxes; debts uncollected.2. Not ...

57627

uncollectible
UNCOLLECT'IBLE, a. Not collectible; that cannot be collected or levied, or paid by the debtor; as ...

57628

uncolored
UNCOLORED, a.1. Not colored; not stained or dyed.2. Not heightened in description.

57629

uncombed
UNCOMBED, a. Not combed; not dressed with a comb.

57630

uncombinable
UNCOMBI'NABLE, a. Not capable of being combined.

57631

uncombined
UNCOMBI'NED, a. Not combined; separate; simple.

57632

uncomeliness
UNCOMELINESS, n. Want of comeliness; want of beauty or grace; as uncomeliness of person, of dress ...

57633

uncomely
UNCOMELY, a. 1. Not comely; wanting grace; as an uncomely person; uncomely dress; uncomely ...

57634

uncomfortable
UNCOMFORTABLE, a. 1. Affording no comfort; gloomy.Christmas - the most uncomfortable time of the ...

57635

uncomfortableness
UNCOMFORTABLENESS, n.1. Want of comfort or cheerfulness.2. Uneasiness.

57636

uncomfortably
UNCOMFORTABLY, adv. In an uncomfortable manner; without comfort or cheerfulness; in an uneasy ...

57637

uncommanded
UNCOMM'ANDED, a. Not commanded; not required by precept, order or law; as uncommanded austerities.

57638

uncommendable
UNCOMMEND'ABLE, a. Not commendable; not worthy of commendation; laudable.

57639

uncommended
UNCOMMEND'ED, a. Not praised; not commended.

57640

uncommercial
UNCOMMER'CIAL, a. Not commercial; not carrying on commerce.

57641

uncommiserated
UNCOMMIS'ERATED, a. Not commiserated; not pitied.

57642

uncommissioned
UNCOMMIS'SIONED, a. Not commissioned; not having a commission.

57643

uncommitted
UNCOMMIT'TED, a. Not committed.

57644

uncommon
UNCOM'MON, a.1. Not common; not usual; rare; as an uncommon season; an uncommon degree of cold or ...

57645

uncommonly
UNCOM'MONLY, adv.1. Rarely; not usually.2. To an uncommon degree.

57646

uncommonness
UNCOM'MONNESS, n. Rareness of occurrence; infrequency. the uncommonness of a thing often renders ...

57647

uncommunicated
UNCOMMU'NICATED, a.1. Not communicated; not disclosed or delivered to others.2. Not imparted to ...

57648

uncommunicative
UNCOMMU'NICATIVE, a. Not communicative; not free to communicate to others; reserved.

57649

uncompact
UNCOMPACT', a. Not compact; not firm; not of close texture; loose.

57650

uncompacted
UNCOMPACT'ED, a. Not compact; not firm.

57651

uncompanied
UNCOMPANIED, a. Having no companion. [Unaccompanied is mostly used.]

57652

uncompassionate
UNCOMPAS'SIONATE, a. Not compassionate; having no pity.

57653

uncompassioned
UNCOMPAS'SIONED, a. Not pitied.

57654

uncompellable
UNCOMPEL'LABLE, a. Not compellable; that cannot be forced or compelled.

57655

uncompelled
UNCOMPEL'LED, a. Not forced; free from compulsion.

57656

uncompensated
UNCOM'PENSATED, a. Not compensated; unrewarded.

57657

uncomplaining
UNCOMPLA'INING, a. Not complaining; not murmuring; not disposed to murmur.

57658

uncomplaisant
UNCOM'PLAISANT, a. s as z. Not complaisant; not civil; not courteous.

57659

uncomplaisantly
UNCOM'PLAISANTLY, adv. Uncivilly; discourteously.

57660

uncomplete
UNCOMPLE'TE, a. Not complete; not finished; not perfect. [But incomplete is chiefly used.]

57661

uncompleted
UNCOMPLE'TED, a. Not finished; not completed.

57662

uncomplying
UNCOMPLY'ING, a. Not complying; not yielding to request or command; unbending.

57663

uncompounded
UNCOMPOUND'ED, a. 1. Not compounded; not mixed.Harness may be reckoned the property of all ...

57664

uncompoundedness
UNCOMPOUND'EDNESS, n. Freedom from mixture; simplicity of substance.

57665

uncomprehensive
UNCOMPREHENS'IVE, a.1. Not comprehensive.2. Unable to comprehend.

57666

uncompressed
UNCOMPRESS'ED, a. Not compressed; free from compression.

57667

uncompromising
UNCOM'PROMISING, a. s as z. Not compromising; not agreeing to terms; not complying.

57668

unconceivable
UNCONCE'IVABLE, a. Not to be conceived or understood; that cannot be comprehended.[But ...

57669

unconceivableness
UNCONCE'IVABLENESS, n. The state or quality of being inconceivable. [Little used.]

57670

unconceived
UNCONCE'IVED, a. Not thought; not imagined.

57671

unconcern
UNCONCERN', n. Want of concern; absence of anxiety; freedom from solicitude.

57672

unconcerned
UNCONCERN'ED, a. 1. Not concerned; not anxious; feeling no solicitude. He is unconcerned at what ...

57673

unconcernedly
UNCONCERN'EDLY, adv. Without interest or affection; without anxiety.And unconcern'dly cast his ...

57674

unconcernedness
UNCONCERN'EDNESS, n. Freedom from concern or anxiety.

57675

unconcerning
UNCONCERN'ING, a. Not interesting; not affecting; not belonging to one. [Not used.]

57676

unconcernment
UNCONCERN'MENT, n. The state of having no share. [Not used.]

57677

unconciliated
UNCONCIL'IATED, a. Not reconciled.

57678

unconciliating
UNCONCIL'IATING, a. Not conciliating; not adapted or disposed to gain favor, or to reconciliation.

57679

unconcludent
UNCONCLU'DENT, a. Not decisive; not inferring a plain or certain conclusion or consequence. ...

57680

unconcludible
UNCONCLU'DIBLE, a. Not determinable. [Not used.]

57681

unconcluding
UNCONCLU'DING,

57682

unconcludingness
UNCONCLU'DINGNESS, n. Quality of being inconclusive. [Not used.]

57683

unconclusive
UNCONCLU'SIVE, a. Not decisive. [But inconclusive is now used.]

57684

unconcocted
UNCONCOCT'ED, a. Not concocted; not digested.

57685

uncondemned
UNCONDEM'NED, a.1. Not condemned; not judged guilty.- A man that is a Roman, and uncondemned. ...

57686

uncondensable
UNCONDENS'ABLE, a. That cannot be condensed.

57687

uncondensed
UNCONDENS'ED, a. Not condensed.

57688

unconditional
UNCONDI'TIONAL, a. Absolute; unreserved; not limited by any conditions. We are required to make ...

57689

unconditionally
UNCONDI'TIONALLY, adv. Without conditions; without terms of limitation; without reservation. The ...

57690

unconfessed
UNCONFESS'ED, a. Not confessed; not acknowledged.

57691

unconfinable
UNCONFI'NABLE, a.1. Unbounded. [Not used.]2. That cannot be confined or restrained.

57692

unconfined
UNCONFI'NED, a. 1. Not confined; free from restraint; free from control.2. Having no limits; ...

57693

unconfinedly
UNCONFI'NEDLY, adv. Without confinement or limitation.

57694

unconfirmed
UNCONFIRM'ED, a.1. Not fortified by resolution; weak; raw; as troops unconfirmed by experience.2. ...

57695

unconform
UNCONFORM', a. Unlike; dissimilar; not analogous. [Not in use.]

57696

unconformable
UNCONFORM'ABLE, a. Not consistent; not agreeable; not conforming.Moral evil is an action ...

57697

unconformity
UNCONFORM'ITY, n. Incongruity; inconsistency; want of conformity.

57698

unconfused
UNCONFU'SED, a. s as z. 1. Free from confusion or disorder.2. Not embarrassed.

57699

unconfusedly
UNCONFU'SEDLY, adv. s as z. Without confusion or disorder.

57700

unconfutable
UNCONFU'TABLE, a. Not confutable; not to be refuted or overthrown; that cannot be disproved or ...

57701

uncongealable
UNCONGE'ALABLE, a. Not capable of being congealed.

57702

uncongealed
UNCONGE'ALED, a. Not frozen; not congealed; not concreted.

57703

uncongenial
UNCONGE'NIAL, a. Not congenial

57704

unconjugal
UNCON'JUGAL, a. Not suitable to matrimonial faith; not befitting a wife or husband.

57705

unconjunctive
UNCONJUNC'TIVE, a. That cannot be joined. [Little used.]

57706

unconnected
UNCONNECT'ED, a. 1. Not connected; not united; separate.2. Not coherent; not joined by proper ...

57707

unconniving
UNCONNI'VING, a. Not conniving; not overlooking or winking at.

57708

unconquerable
UNCON'QUERABLE, a. 1. Not conquerable; invincible; that cannot be vanquished or defeated; that ...

57709

unconquerably
UNCON'QUERABLY, adv. Invincibly; insuperably; as foes unconquerably strong.

57710

unconquered
UNCON'QUERED, a. 1. Not vanquished or defeated.2. Unsubdued; not brought under control.3. ...

57711

unconsciencious
UNCONSCIEN'CIOUS, a. Not consciencious; not regulated or limited by conscience.

57712

unconscionable
UNCON'SCIONABLE, a.1. Unreasonable; exceeding the limits of any reasonable claim or expectation; ...

57713

unconscionableness
UNCON'SCIONABLENESS, n. Unreasonableness of hope or claim.

57714

unconscionably
UNCON'SCIONABLY, adv. Unreasonably; in a manner or degree that conscience and reason do not ...

57715

unconscious
UNCON'SCIOUS, a. 1. Not conscious; having no mental perception; as unconscious causes.2. Not ...

57716

unconsciously
UNCON'SCIOUSLY, adv. Without perception; without knowledge.

57717

unconsciousness
UNCON'SCIOUSNESS, n. Want of perception; want of knowledge.

57718

unconsecrate
UNCON'SECRATE, v.t. To render sacred; to desecrate. [Not used.]

57719

unconsecrated
UNCON'SECRATED, a. Not consecrated; not set apart for a sacred use by religious ceremonies; not ...

57720

unconsenting
UNCONSENT'ING, a. Not consenting; not yielding consent.

57721

unconsidered
UNCONSID'ERED, a. Not considered; not attended to.

57722

unconsoled
UNCONSO'LED, a. Not consoled; not comforted.

57723

unconsolidated
UNCONSOL'IDATED, a. Not consolidated or made solid.

57724

unconsoling
UNCONSO'LING, a. Not consoling; affording no comfort.

57725

unconsonant
UNCON'SONANT, a. Not consonant; not consistent; incongruous; unfit. [Little used.

57726

unconspiringness
UNCONSPI'RINGNESS, n. Absence of plot or conspiracy. [An ill formed word and not used.]

57727

unconstant
UNCON'STANT, a. Not constant; not steady or faithful; fickle; changeable. [Inconstant is now ...

57728

unconstitutional
UNCONSTITU'TIONAL, a. Not agreeable to the constitution; not authorized by the constitution; ...

57729

unconstitutionalit
UNCONSTITUTIONAL'ITY, n. The quality of being unauthorized by the constitution, or contrary to its ...

57730

unconstitutionally
UNCONSTITU'TIONALLY, adv. In a manner not warranted by or contrary to the constitution.

57731

unconstrained
UNCONSTRA'INED, a.1. Free from constraint; acting voluntarily; voluntary.2. Not proceeding from ...

57732

unconstrainedly
UNCONSTRA'INEDLY, adv. Without force or constraint; freely; spontaneously; voluntarily.

57733

unconstraint
UNCONSTRA'INT, n. Freedom from constraint; ease.

57734

unconsulting
UNCONSULT'ING, a. Not consumed; not wasted, expended or dissipated; not destroyed.

57735

unconsumed
UNCONSU'MED, a. Not consumed; not wasted, expended or dissipated; not destroyed.

57736

unconsummate
UNCONSUM'MATE, a. Not consummated.

57737

uncontemned
UNCONTEM'NED, a. Not despised; not contemned.

57738

uncontending
UNCONTEND'ING, a. Not contending; not contesting; not disputing.

57739

uncontented
UNCONTENT'ED, a. Not contented; not satisfied.

57740

uncontentingness
UNCONTENT'INGNESS, n. Want of power to satisfy. [Not in use.]

57741

uncontestable
UNCONTEST'ABLE, a. Indisputable; not to be controverted. [Incontestible is the word now used.]

57742

uncontested
UNCONTEST'ED, a.1. Not contested; not disputed.2. Evident; plain.

57743

uncontradicted
UNCONTRADICT'ED, a. Not contradicted; not denied.

57744

uncontrite
UNCON'TRITE, a. Not contrite; not penitent.

57745

uncontrived
UNCONTRI'VED, a. Not contrived; not formed by design.

57746

uncontriving
UNCONTRI'VING, a. Not contriving; improvident.

57747

uncontrollable
UNCONTROLLABLE, a.1. That cannot be controlled; ungovernable; that cannot be restrained; as an ...

57748

uncontrollably
UNCONTROLLABLY, adv. 1. Without power of opposition.2. In a manner or degree that admits of no ...

57749

uncontrolled
UNCONTROLLED, a.1. Not governed; not subjected to a superior power or authority; not restrained.2. ...

57750

uncontrolledly
UNCONTROLLEDLY, adv. Without control or restraint; without effectual opposition.

57751

uncontroverted
UNCON'TROVERTED, a. Not disputed; not contested; not liable to be called in question.

57752

unconversable
UNCONVERS'ABLE, a. 1. Not free in conversation; not social; reserved.2. Not suited to ...

57753

unconversant
UNCON'VERSANT, a. Not conversant; not familiarly acquainted with.

57754

unconverted
UNCONVERT'ED, a. 1. Not converted; not changed in opinion; not turned from one faith to ...

57755

unconvertible
UNCONVERT'IBLE, a. That cannot be converted or changed in form. Lead is unconvertible into ...

57756

unconvinced
UNCONVIN'CED, a. Not convinced; not persuaded.

57757

uncord
UNCORD', v.t. To loose from cords; to unfasten or unbind; as, to uncord a bed; to uncord a ...

57758

uncork
UNCORK', v.t. To draw the cork from; as, to uncork a bottle.

57759

uncorked
UNCORK'ED, pp. Not having the cork drawn.

57760

uncorking
UNCORK'ING, ppr. Drawing the cork from.

57761

uncoroneted
UNCOR'ONETED, a. Not honored with a coronet or title.

57762

uncorpulent
UNCORP'ULENT, a. Not corpulent; not fleshy.

57763

uncorrected
UNCORRECT'ED, a. 1. Not corrected; not revised; not rendered exact; as an uncorrected copy of a ...

57764

uncorrigible
UNCOR'RIGIBLE, a. That cannot be corrected; depraved beyond correction. [For this, incorrigible ...

57765

uncorrupt
UNCORRUPT', a. Not corrupt; not depraved; not perverted; not tainted with wickedness; not ...

57766

uncorrupted
UNCORRUPT'ED, a. Not corrupted; not vitiated; not depraved; as the dictates of uncorrupted reason; ...

57767

uncorruptedness
UNCORRUPT'EDNESS, n. State of being uncorrupted.

57768

uncorruptible
UNCORRUPT'IBLE, a. That cannot be corrupted. [But incorruptible is the word now used.]

57769

uncorruptly
UNCORRUPT'LY, adv. With integrity; honestly.

57770

uncorruptness
UNCORRUPT'NESS, n. Integrity; uprightness. Titus 2.

57771

uncounselable
UNCOUN'SELABLE, a. Not to be advised; not consistent with good advice or prudence.

57772

uncountable
UNCOUNT'ABLE, a. That cannot be counted; innumerable.

57773

uncounted
UNCOUNT'ED, a. Not counted; not numbered.

57774

uncounterfeit
UNCOUN'TERFEIT, a. Not counterfeit; not spurious; genuine; as uncounterfeit zeal.

57775

uncountermanded
UNCOUNTERM'ANDED, a. Not countermanded.

57776

uncouple
UNCOUPLE, v.t. uncup'pl. To loose dogs from their couples; to set loose; to disjoin.

57777

uncoupled
UNCOUPLED, pp. uncup'pled. Disjoined; set free.

57778

uncoupling
UNCOUPLING, ppr. uncup'pling. Disuniting; setting free.

57779

uncourteous
UNCOURTEOUS, a. uncurt'eous. Uncivil; unpolite; not kind and complaisant.

57780

uncourteously
UNCOURT'EOUSLY, adv. Uncivilly; unpolitely.

57781

uncourteousness
UNCOURT'EOUSNESS, n. Incivility; disobliging treatment.

57782

uncourtliness
UNCOURTLINESS, n. Unsuitableness of manners to a court; inelegance; as uncourtliness of manners or ...

57783

uncourtly
UNCOURTLY, a.1. Inelegant of manners; not becoming a court; not refined; unpolite; as uncourtly ...

57784

uncouth
UNCOUTH, a. Odd; strange; unusual; not rendered pleasing by familiarity; as an uncouth phrase or ...

57785

uncouthly
UNCOUTHLY, adv. Oddly; strangely.

57786

uncouthness
UNCOUTHNESS, n. Oddness; strangeness; want of agreeableness derived from familiarity; as the ...

57787

uncovenanted
UNCOVENANTED, a. Not promised by covenant; not resting on a covenant or promise.

57788

uncover
UNCOVER, v.t.1. To divest of a cover; to remove any covering from; a word of general use.2. To ...

57789

uncovered
UNCOVERED, pp. Divested of a covering or clothing; laid open to view; made bare.

57790

uncovering
UNCOVERING, ppr. Divesting of a cover or of clothes; stripping of a vail; laying open to view.

57791

uncreate
UNCREA'TE, v.t. To annihilate; to deprive of existence.Who can uncreate thee, thou shalt know.

57792

uncreated
UNCREA'TED, pp.1. Reduced to nothing; deprived of existence.2. a. Not yet created; as misery ...

57793

uncredible
UNCRED'IBLE, a. Not to be believed; not entitled to credit. [For this, incredible is used.]

57794

uncreditable
UNCRED'ITABLE, a.1. Not in good credit or reputation; not reputable.2. Not for the credit or ...

57795

uncreditableness
UNCRED'ITABLENESS, n. 1. Want of reputation.2. The quality of being disreputable.

57796

uncredited
UNCRED'ITED, a. Not believed.

57797

uncritical
UNCRIT'ICAL, a.1. Not critical.2. Not according to the just rules of criticism.

57798

uncropped
UNCROP'PED, a. Not cropped; not gathered.

57799

uncrossed
UNCROSS'ED, a.1. Not crossed; not canceled.2. Not thwarted; not opposed.

57800

uncrowded
UNCROWD'ED, a. Not crowded; not compressed; not straitened for want of room.

57801

uncrown
UNCROWN', v.t. 1. To deprive of a crown; to dethrone.2. To pull off the crown.

57802

uncrowned
UNCROWN'ED, pp. 1. Deprived of a crown.2. a. Not crowned; having no crown.

57803

uncrowning
UNCROWN'ING, ppr. Depriving of a crown.

57804

uncrystalizable
UNCRYSTALIZABLE, a. Not susceptible of crystallization.

57805

uncrystalized
UNCRYS'TALIZED, a. Not crystallized.

57806

unction
UNC'TION, n. [L. unctio, from ungo, to anoint.]1. The act of anointing.2. Unguent; ointment. ...

57807

unctuosity
UNCTUOS'ITY, n. Oiliness; fatness; the quality of being greasy.

57808

unctuous
UNC'TUOUS, a.1. Fat; oily; greasy.2. Having a resemblance to oil; as the unctuous feel of a ...

57809

unctuousness
UNC'TUOUSNESS, n. 1. Fatness; oiliness.2. The quality of resembling oil

57810

unculled
UNCULL'ED, a. 1. Not gathered.2. Not separated; not selected.

57811

unculpable
UNCUL'PABLE, a. Not blamable; not faulty.

57812

uncult
UNCULT', a. [un and L. cultus.] Uncultivated; rude; illiterate. [Not in use.]

57813

uncultivable
UNCUL'TIVABLE, a. Not capable of being tilled or cultivated.

57814

uncultivated
UNCUL'TIVATED, a.1. Not cultivated; not tilled; not used in tillage; as an uncultivated tract of ...

57815

uncumbered
UNCUM'BERED, a. Not burdened; not embarrassed.

57816

uncurable
UNCU'RABLE, a. Incurable. [The latter is mostly used.]

57817

uncurably
UNCU'RABLY, adv. Incurably.

57818

uncurbable
UNCURB'ABLE, a. That cannot be curbed or checked. [Not in use.]

57819

uncurbed
UNCURB'ED, a. Not curbed; not restrained; licentious.

57820

uncurl
UNCURL', v.t. To loose from ringlets.The lion uncurls his angry mane.UNCURL', v.i. To fall from a ...

57821

uncurled
UNCURL'ED, pp.1. Loosed from ringlets.2. a. Not curled; not formed into ringlets.

57822

uncurling
UNCURL'ING, ppr. Loosing from ringlets.

57823

uncurrent
UNCUR'RENT, a. Not current; not passing in common payment; as uncurrent coin or notes.

57824

uncurse
UNCURSE, v.t uncurs'. To free from any execration. [Not used.]

57825

uncursed
UNCURS'ED,

57826

uncurst
UNCURST', a. Not cursed; not execrated.

57827

uncurtailed
UNCURTA'ILED, a. Not curtailed; not shortened.

57828

uncustomary
UNCUS'TOMARY, a. Not customary; not usual.

57829

uncustomed
UNCUS'TOMED, a.1. Not subjected to customs or duty.2. That has not paid duty, or been charged ...

57830

uncut
UNCUT', a. Not cut; as trees uncut.

57831

undam
UNDAM', v.t. To free from a dam, mound or obstruction.

57832

undamaged
UNDAM'AGED, a. Not damaged; not made worse; as undamaged goods.

57833

undamped
UNDAMP'ED, a. Not damped; not depressed.

57834

undangerous
UNDANGEROUS, a. Not dangerous.

57835

undarkened
UND'ARKENED, a. Not darkened or obscured.

57836

undated
UN'DATED, a. [L. undatus; unda, a wave.] Waved; rising and falling in waves towards the margin, ...

57837

undaunted
UND'AUNTED, a. Not daunted; not subdued or depressed by fear; intrepid.

57838

undauntedly
UND'AUNTEDLY, adv. Boldly; intrepidly.

57839

undauntedness
UND'AUNTEDNESS, n. Boldness; fearless bravery; intrepidity.

57840

undawning
UNDAWN'ING, a. Not yet dawning; not growing light; not opening with brightness.

57841

undazzled
UNDAZ'ZLED, a. Not dazzled; not confused by splendor.

57842

undeaf
UNDE'AF, v.t. To free from deafness. [Not in use.]

57843

undebased
UNDEBA'SED, a. Not debased; not adulterated.

57844

undebauched
UNDEBAUCH'ED, a. Not debauched; not corrupted; pure.

57845

undecagon
UNDEC'AGON, n. [L. undecim, eleven, and Gr. angle.] A figure of eleven angles or sides.

57846

undecayed
UNDECA'YED, a. Not decayed; not impaired by age or accident; being in full strength.

57847

undecaying
UNDECA'YING, a. 1. Not decaying; not suffering diminution or decline.2. Immortal; as the ...

57848

undeceivable
UNDECE'IVABLE, a. That cannot be deceived; not subject to deception.

57849

undeceive
UNDECE'IVE, v.t. To free from deception, cheat, fallacy or mistake, whether caused by others or by ...

57850

undeceived
UNDECE'IVED, pp. 1. Disabused of cheat, deception or fallacy.2. Not deceived; not misled or ...

57851

undeceiving
UNDECE'IVING, ppr. Freeing from deception or fallacy.

57852

undecency
UNDE'CENCY, n. Unbecomingness; indecency. [The latter word is now used.]

57853

undecent
UNDE'CENT, a. Not decent; indecent. [The latter is the word used.]

57854

undecently
UNDE'CENTLY, adv. Indecently. [The latter is the word used.]

57855

undecidable
UNDECI'DABLE, a. That cannot be decided.

57856

undecided
UNDECI'DED, a. Not decided; not determined; not settled.

57857

undecipherable
UNDECI'PHERABLE, a. That cannot be deciphered.

57858

undeciphered
UNDECI'PHERED, a. Not deciphered or explained.

57859

undecisive
UNDECI'SIVE, a. Not decisive; not conclusive; not determining the controversy or contest.

57860

undeck
UNDECK', v.t. To divest of ornaments.

57861

undecked
UNDECK'ED, pp.1. Deprived of ornaments.2. a. Not decked; not adorned.

57862

undeclared
UNDECLA'RED, a. Not declared; not avowed.

57863

undeclinable
UNDECLI'NABLE, a.1. That cannot be declined.2. Not to be avoided.

57864

undeclined
UNDECLI'NED, a.1. Not deviating; not turned from the right way.2. Not varied in termination; as a ...

57865

undecomposable
UNDECOMPO'SABLE, a. s as z. Not admitting decomposition; that cannot be decomposed.

57866

undecomposed
UNDECOMPO'SED, a. s as z. Not decomposed; not separated; as constituent particles.

57867

undecompounded
UNDECOMPOUND'ED, a. Not decompounded.

57868

undecorated
UNDEC'ORATED, a. Not adorned; not embellished; plain.To leave the character of Christ undecorated, ...

57869

undedicated
UNDED'ICATED, a. 1. Not dedicated; not consecrated.2. Not inscribed to a patron.

57870

undeeded
UNDEE'DED, a.1. Not signalized by any great action.2. Not transferred by deed; as undeeded land. ...

57871

undefaceable
UNDEFA'CEABLE, a. That cannot be defaced.

57872

undefaced
UNDEFA'CED, a. Not deprived of its form; not disfigured; as an undefaced statue.

57873

undefeasible
UNDEFE'ASIBLE, a. s as z. Not defeasible. [But indefeasible is chiefly used.]

57874

undefended
UNDEFEND'ED, a.1. Not defended; not protected.2. Not vindicated.3. Open to assault; being ...

57875

undefied
UNDEFI'ED, a. Not set at defiance; not challenged.

57876

undefiled
UNDEFI'LED, a. Not defiled; not polluted; not vitiated.

57877

undefinable
UNDEFI'NABLE, a. 1. Not definable; not capable of being described or limited; as the undefinable ...

57878

undefinableness
UNDEFI'NABLENESS, n. The quality or state of being undefinable.

57879

undefined
UNDEFI'NED, a.1. Not defined; not described by definition or explanation.2. Not having its limits ...

57880

undefloured
UNDEFLOUR'ED, a. Not debauched; not vitiated.

57881

undeformed
UNDEFORM'ED, a. Not deformed; not disfigured.

57882

undefrauded
UNDEFRAUD'ED, a. Not defrauded.

57883

undefrayed
UNDEFRA'YED, a. Not defrayed; not paid.

57884

undegraded
UNDEGRA'DED, a. Not degraded.

57885

undeify
UNDE'IFY, v.t. To reduce from the state of Deity.

57886

undelegated
UNDEL'EGATED, a. Not delegated; not deputed; not granted; as undelegated authority; undelegated ...

57887

undeliberated
UNDELIB'ERATED, a. Not carefully considered; as an undeliberated measure. [Not correct.]

57888

undeliberating
UNDELIB'ERATING, a. Not deliberating; not hesitating; hasty; prompt.

57889

undelighted
UNDELIGHTED, a. Not delighted; not well pleased.

57890

undelightful
UNDELIGHTFUL, a. Not giving delight or great pleasure.

57891

undelivered
UNDELIV'ERED, a. Not delivered; not communicated.

57892

undemanded
UNDEM'ANDED, a. Not demanded; not required.

57893

undemolished
UNDEMOL'ISHED, a.1. Not demolished; not pulled down.2. Not destroyed.

57894

undemonstrable
UNDEMON'STRABLE, a. 1. Not capable of fuller evidence.2. Not capable of demonstration.

57895

undeniable
UNDENI'ABLE, a. That cannot be denied; as undeniable evidence.

57896

undeniably
UNDENI'ABLY, adv. So plainly as to admit no contradiction or denial.

57897

undepending
UNDEPEND'ING, a. Not dependent.

57898

undeplored
UNDEPLO'RED, a. Not lamented.

57899

undeposable
UNDEPO'SABLE, a. s as z. That cannot be deposed from office.

57900

undepraved
UNDEPRA'VED, a. Not corrupted; not vitiated.

57901

undeprecated
UNDEP'RECATED, a. Not deprecated.

57902

undepreciated
UNDEPRE'CIATED, a. Not depreciated; not lowered in value.

57903

undeprived
UNDEPRI'VED, a. Not deprived; not divested of by authority; not stripped of any possession.

57904

under
UNDER, prep.1. Beneath; below; so as to have something over or above. He stood under a tree; the ...

57905

under-sheriff
UNDER-SHER'IFF, n. A sheriff's deputy.

57906

underaction
UNDERAC'TION, n. Subordinate action; action not essential to the main story.The least episodes or ...

57907

underagent
UNDERA'GENT, n. A subordinate agent.

57908

underbear
UNDERBEAR, v.t.1. To support; to endure.2. To line; to guard; as cloth of gold underborne with ...

57909

underbearer
UNDERBEARER, n. In funerals, one who sustains the corpse.

57910

underbid
UNDERBID', v.t. To bid or offer less than another; as in auctions, when a contract or service is ...

57911

underbred
UN'DERBRED, a. Of inferior breeding or manners.

57912

underbrush
UN'DERBRUSH, n. Shrubs and small trees in a wood or forest, growing under large trees.

57913

underbuy
UNDERBUY, v.t. To buy at less than a thing is worth. [Not used.]

57914

underchamberlain
UNDERCHAMBERLAIN, n. A deputy chamberlain of the exchequer.

57915

underclerk
UN'DERCLERK, n. A clerk subordinate to the principal clerk.

57916

undercroft
UN'DERCROFT, n. A vault under the choir or chancel of a church; also, a vault or secret walk under ...

57917

undercurrent
UNDERCUR'RENT, n. A current below the surface of the water.

57918

underditch
UNDERDITCH', v.t. To form a deep ditch or trench to drain the surface of land.

57919

underdo
UNDERDO, v.i.1. To act below one's abilities.2. To do less than is requisite.

57920

underdose
UN'DERDOSE, n. A quantity less than a dose.

57921

underdrain
UN'DERDRAIN, n. A drain or trench below the surface of the ground.

57922

underfaction
UNDERFAC'TION, n. A subordinate faction.

57923

underfarmer
UNDERF'ARMER, n. A subordinate farmer.

57924

underfellow
UNDERFEL'LOW, n. A mean sorry wretch.

57925

underfilling
UNDERFIL'LING, n. The lower part of a building.

57926

underfong
UNDERFONG', v.t To take in hand. Obs.

57927

underfoot
UN'DERFOOT, adv. Beneath.UN'DERFOOT, a. Low; base; abject; trodden down.

57928

underfurnish
UNDERFUR'NISH, v.t. To supply with less than enough.

57929

underfurnished
UNDERFUR'NISHED, pp. Supplied with less than enough.

57930

underfurnishing
UNDERFUR'NISHING, ppr. Furnishing with less than enough.

57931

underfurrow
UNDERFUR'ROW, adv. In agriculture, to sow underforrow, is to plow in seed. This phrase is applied ...

57932

undergird
UNDERGIRD', v.t. [See Gird.] To bind below; to gird round the bottom. Acts 27.

57933

undergo
UNDERGO', v.t. 1. To suffer; to endure something burdensome or painful to the body or the mind; ...

57934

undergoing
UNDERGO'ING, ppr. Suffering; enduring.

57935

undergone
UNDERGONE, pp. undergawn'. Borne; suffered; sustained; endured. Who can tell how many evils and ...

57936

undergraduate
UNDERGRAD'UATE, n. A student or member of a university or college, who has not taken his first ...

57937

underground
UNDERGROUND', n. A place or space beneath the surface of the ground.

57938

undergrowth
UN'DERGROWTH, n. That which grows under trees; shrubs or small trees growing among large ones.

57939

underhand
UN'DERHAND, adv.1. By secret means; in a clandestine manner.2. By fraud; by fraudulent ...

57940

underhanded
UNDERHAND'ED, a. Underhand; clandestine. [This is the word in more general use in the United ...

57941

underived
UNDERI'VED, a. Not derived; not borrowed; not received from a foreign source.

57942

underkeeper
UNDERKEE'PER, n. A subordinate keeper.

57943

underlaborer
UNDERLA'BORER, n. A subordinate workman

57944

underlaid
UNDERLA'ID, pp. or a. [from underlay.] Having something lying or laid beneath; as sand underlaid ...

57945

underlay
UNDERLA'Y, v.t. To lay beneath; to support by something laid under.

57946

underleaf
UNDERLE'AF, n. A sort of apple good for cider.

57947

underlet
UNDERLET', v.t.1. To let below the value.2. To let or lease, as a lessee or tenant; to let under ...

57948

underletter
UNDERLET'TER, n. A tenant who leases.

57949

underletting
UNDERLET'TING, ppr. Letting or leasing under a lease or by a lessee.UNDERLET'TING, n. The act or ...

57950

underline
UNDERLI'NE, v.t. 1. To mark with a line below the words; sometimes called scoring.2. To influence ...

57951

underlined
UNDERLI'NED, pp. Marked with a line underneath.

57952

underling
UN'DERLING, n. An inferior person or agent; a mean sorry fellow.

57953

underlining
UNDERLI'NING, ppr. Marking with a line below.

57954

underlock
UN'DERLOCK, n. A lock of wool hanging under the belly of a sheep.

57955

undermaster
UN'DERM'ASTER, n. A master subordinate to the principal master.

57956

undermeal
UN'DERMEAL, n. A repast before dinner.

57957

undermine
UNDERMI'NE, v.t.1. To sap; to excavate the earth beneath, for the purpose of suffering to fall, or ...

57958

undermined
UNDERMI'NED, pp. Sapped; having the foundation removed.

57959

underminer
UNDERMI'NER, n.1. One that saps, or excavates the earth beneath any thing.2. One that ...

57960

undermining
UNDERMI'NING, ppr. Sapping; digging away the earth beneath; clandestinely removing the supports ...

57961

undermost
UN'DERMOST, a. 1. Lowest in place beneath others.2. Lowest in state or condition.The party that ...

57962

undern
UN'DERN, n. The third hour of the day, or nine o'clock. [Not in use.]

57963

underneath
UNDERNE'ATH, adv. [under and neath. See Nether.]Beneath; below; in a lower place.Or sullen Mole ...

57964

underofficer
UNDEROF'FICER, n. A subordinate officer.

57965

underogatory
UNDEROG'ATORY, a. Not derogatory.

57966

underpart
UN'DERP'ART, n. A subordinate part.

57967

underpetticoat
UNDERPET'TICOAT, n. A petticoat worn under a skirt or another petticoat.

57968

underpin
UNDERPIN', v.t.1. To lay stones under the sills of a building, on which it is to rest.2. To ...

57969

underpinned
UNDERPIN'NED, pp. Supported by stones or a foundation.

57970

underpinning
UNDERPIN'NING, ppr. Placing stones under the sills for support.UNDERPIN'NING, n.1. The act of ...

57971

underplot
UN'DERPLOT, n.1. A series of events in a play, proceeding collaterally with the main story, and ...

57972

underpraise
UNDERPRA'ISE, v.t. s as z. To praise below desert.

57973

underprize
UNDERPRI'ZE, v.t. To value at less than the worth; to undervalue.

57974

underprized
UNDERPRI'ZED, pp. Undervalued.

57975

underprizing
UNDERPRI'ZING, ppr. Undervaluing.

57976

underprop
UNDERPROP' v.t. To support; to uphold.And underprop the head that bears the crown.

57977

underproportioned
UNDERPROPORTIONED, a. Having too little proportion.Scanty and underproportioned returns of ...

57978

underpuller
UNDERPULL'ER, n. An inferior puller. [Not in use.]

57979

underrate
UNDERRA'TE, v.t. To rate too low; to rate below the value; to undervalue.

57980

underrun
UNDERRUN', v.t. To pass under in a boat.To underrun a tackle, to separate its parts and put them ...

57981

undersaturated
UNDERSAT'URATED, a. Not fully saturated; a chimical term.

57982

undersay
UNDERSA'Y, v.t. To say by way of derogation or contradiction. [Not in use.]

57983

undersecretary
UNDERSEC'RETARY, n. A secretary subordinate to the principal secretary.

57984

undersell
UNDERSELL', v.t. To sell the same articles at a lower price than another.

57985

underselling
UNDERSELL'ING, ppr. Selling at a lower price.

57986

underservant
UNDERSERV'ANT, n. An inferior servant.

57987

underset
UNDERSET', v.t. To prop; to support.

57988

undersetter
UNDERSET'TER, n. A prop; a pedestal; a support. 1Kings 7.

57989

undersetting
UNDERSET'TING, ppr. Propping; supporting.UNDERSET'TING, n. The lower part; the pedestal.

57990

undersherifry
UNDERSHER'IFRY, n. The office of an under-sheriff. [Not in use.]

57991

undershot
UN'DERSHOT, a. Moved by water passing under the wheel; opposed to overshot; as an undershot mill ...

57992

undershrub
UN'DERSHRUB, n. A low shrub, permanent and woody at the base, but the yearly branches decaying.

57993

undersoil
UN'DERSOIL, n. Soil beneath the surface; subsoil.

57994

undersong
UN'DERSONG, n. Chorus; burden of a song.Menalcas shall sustain his undersong.

57995

understand
UNDERSTAND', v.t. pret. and pp. understood. [under and stand. The sense is to support or hold ...

57996

understandable
UNDERSTAND'ABLE, a. That can be understood. [Not much used.]

57997

understander
UNDERSTAND'ER, n. One who understands or knows by experience. [Little used.]

57998

understanding
UNDERSTAND'ING, ppr. 1. Comprehending; apprehending the ideas or sense of another, or of a ...

57999

understandingly
UNDERSTAND'INGLY, adv. Intelligibly; with full knowledge or comprehension of a question or ...

58000

understood
UNDERSTOOD', pret. and pp. of understand.

58001

understrapper
UN'DERSTRAPPER, n. A petty fellow; an inferior agent.

58002

understratum
UNDERSTRA'TUM, n. Subsoil; the bed or layer of earth on which the old or soil rests.

58003

understroke
UNDERSTRO'KE, v.t. To underline.

58004

undertakable
UNDERTA'KABLE, a. That may be undertaken. [Not in use.]

58005

undertake
UNDERTA'KE, v.t. pret. undertook; pp. undertaken. [under and take.]1. To engage in; to enter ...

58006

undertaken
UNDERTA'KEN, pp. of undertake. The work was undertaken at his own expense.

58007

undertaker
UNDERTA'KER, n. 1. One who undertakes; one who engages in any project or business.2. One who ...

58008

undertaking
UNDERTA'KING, ppr. Engaging in; taking in hand; beginning to perform; stipulating to ...

58009

undertenant
UNDERTEN'ANT, n. The tenant of a tenant; one who holds lands or tenements of a tenant.

58010

undertime
UN'DERTIME, n. Undern-tide; the time after dinner, or in the evening. [Not in use.]

58011

undertook
UNDERTOOK', pret of undertake.

58012

undertreasurer
UNDERTREASURER, n. undertrezh'urer. A subordinate treasurer.

58013

undervaluation
UNDERVALUA'TION, n. The act of valuing below the real worth; rate not equal to the worth.

58014

undervalue
UNDERVAL'UE, v.t.1. To value, rate or estimate below the real worth.2. To esteem lightly; to ...

58015

undervalued
UNDERVAL'UED, pp. Estimated at less than the real worth; slighted; despised.

58016

undervaluer
UNDERVAL'UER, n. One who esteems lightly.

58017

undervaluing
UNDERVAL'UING, ppr. Estimating at less than the real worth; slighting; despising.

58018

underwent
UNDERWENT', pret. of undergo. He underwent severe trials.

58019

underwood
UN'DERWOOD, n. Small trees that grow among large trees.

58020

underwork
UN'DERWORK, n. Subordinate work; petty affairs.

58021

underworker
UN'DERWORKER, n. One who underworks; or a subordinate workman.

58022

underworking
UNDERWORK'ING, ppr. Destroying clandestinely; working at a less price than others in the like ...

58023

underworkman
UNDERWORKMAN, n. A subordinate workman.

58024

underwrite
UNDERWRI'TE, v.t. [See Write.]1. To write under something else.The change I have made, I have ...

58025

underwriter
UN'DERWRITER, n. One who insures; an insurer; so called because he underwrites his name to the ...

58026

underwriting
UNDERWRI'TING, ppr.1. Writing under something.2. Subscribing a policy; insuring.UNDERWRI'TING, n. ...

58027

underwritten
UNDERWRIT'TEN, pp. Written under; subscribed.

58028

undescendible
UNDESCEND'IBLE, a. Not descendible; not capable of descending to heirs.

58029

undescribed
UNDESCRI'BED, a. Not described.

58030

undescried
UNDESCRI'ED, a. Not descried; not discovered; not seen.

58031

undeserved
UNDESERV'ED, a. s as z. Not deserved; not merited.

58032

undeservedly
UNDESERV'EDLY, adv. Without desert, either good or evil.

58033

undeservedness
UNDESERV'EDNESS, n. Want of being worthy.

58034

undeserver
UNDESERV'ER, n. One of no merit.

58035

undeserving
UNDESERV'ING, a.1. Not deserving; not having merit. God continually supplies the wants of his ...

58036

undeservingly
UNDESERV'INGLY, adv. Without meriting any particular advantage or harm.

58037

undesigned
UNDESIGNED, a. Not designed; not intended; not proceeding from purpose; as, to do an undesigned ...

58038

undesignedly
UNDESIGNEDLY, adv. Without design or intention.

58039

undesignedness
UNDESIGNEDNESS, n. Freedom from design or set purpose.

58040

undesigning
UNDESIGNING, a.1. Not acting with set purpose.2. Sincere; upright; artless; having no artful or ...

58041

undesirable
UNDESI'RABLE, a. s as z. Not to be desired; not to be wished; not pleasing.

58042

undesired
UNDESI'RED, a. s as z. Not desired, or not solicited.

58043

undesiring
UNDESI'RING, a. Not desiring; not wishing.

58044

undespairing
UNDESPA'IRING, a. Not yielding to despair.

58045

undestroyable
UNDESTROY'ABLE, a. Indestructible. [Not in use.]

58046

undestroyed
UNDESTROY'ED, a. Not destroyed; not wasted; not ruined.

58047

undetected
UNDETECT'ED, a. Not detected; not discovered; not laid open.

58048

undeterminable
UNDETERM'INABLE, a. That cannot be determined or decided.

58049

undeterminate
UNDETERM'INATE, a. Not determinate; not settled or certain. [But indeterminate is now generally ...

58050

undeterminateness
UNDETERM'INATENESS, n. Uncertainty; unsettled state.

58051

undetermination
UNDETERMINA'TION, n. Indecision; uncertainty of mind. [See indetermination, which is chiefly ...

58052

undetermined
UNDETERM'INED, a.1. Not determined; not settled; not decided.2. Not limited; not defined; ...

58053

undeterred
UNDETER'RED, a. Not deterred; not restrained by fear or obstacles.

58054

undetesting
UNDETEST'ING, a. Not detesting; not abhorring.

58055

undeveloped
UNDEVEL'OPED, a. Not opened or unfolded.

58056

undeviating
UNDE'VIATING, a. 1. Not deviating; not departing from the way, or from a rule, principle or ...

58057

undeviatingly
UNDE'VIATINGLY, adv. Without wandering; steadily; regularly.

58058

undevoted
UNDEVO'TED, a. Not devoted.

58059

undevout
UNDEVOUT', Not devout; having no devotion.

58060

undextrous
UNDEX'TROUS, a. Not dextrous; clumsy.

58061

undiaphanous
UNDIAPH'ANOUS, a. Not transparent; not pellucid.

58062

undid
UNDID', pret of undo.

58063

undigenous
UNDIG'ENOUS, a. [L. unda, wave and Gr. kind.] Generated by water.

58064

undigested
UNDIGEST'ED, a. Not digested; not subdued by the stomach; crude.

58065

undight
UNDIGHT, v.t. To put off. Obs.

58066

undignified
UNDIG'NIFIED, a. Not dignified; common; mean.

58067

undiminishable
UNDIMIN'ISHABLE, a. Not capable of diminution.

58068

undiminished
UNDIMIN'ISHED, a. Not diminished; not lessened; unimpaired.

58069

undiminishing
UNDIMIN'ISHING, a. Not diminishing; not becoming less.

58070

undinted
UNDINT'ED, a. Not impressed by a blow.

58071

undiplomatic
UNDIPLOMAT'IC, a. Not according to the rules of diplomatic bodies.

58072

undipped
UNDIP'PED, a. Not dipped; not plunged.

58073

undirected
UNDIRECT'ED, a. 1. Not directed; not guided; left without direction.2. Not addressed; not ...

58074

undisappointed
UNDISAPPOINT'ED, a. Not disappointed.

58075

undiscerned
UNDISCERN'ED, a. Not discerned; not seen; not observed; not descried; not discovered; as truths ...

58076

undiscernedly
UNDISCERN'EDLY, adv. In such a manner as not to be discovered or seen.

58077

undiscernible
UNDISCERN'IBLE, a. That cannot be discerned, seen or discovered; invisible; as undiscernible ...

58078

undiscernibleness
UNDISCERN'IBLENESS, n. The state or quality of being undiscernible.

58079

undiscernibly
UNDISCERN'IBLY, adv. In a way not to be discovered or seen; invisibly; imperceptibly.

58080

undiscerning
UNDISCERN'ING, a. Not discerning; not making just distinctions; wanting judgment or the power of ...

58081

undisciplined
UNDIS'CIPLINED, a. 1. Not disciplined; not duly exercised and taught; not subdued to regularity ...

58082

undisclose
UNDISCLOSE, v.t. undisclo'ze. Not to discover. [A bad word.]

58083

undisclosed
UNDISCLO'SED, a. Not disclosed; not revealed.

58084

undiscolored
UNDISCOLORED, a. Not discolored; not stained.

58085

undiscording
UNDISCORD'ING, a. Not disagreeing; not jarring in music; harmonious; as undiscording voices.

58086

undiscoverable
UNDISCOVERABLE, a. That cannot be discovered or found out; as a undiscoverable principles.

58087

undiscoverably
UNDISCOVERABLY, adv. In a manner not to be discovered.

58088

undiscovered
UNDISCOVERED, a. Not discovered; not seen; not descried.

58089

undiscrete
UNDISCRE'TE, a. Not discrete; not prudent or wise. [Instead of this, indiscrete is used.]

58090

undiscretely
UNDISCRE'TELY, adv. Indiscretely. [See Indiscretely.]

58091

undiscussed
UNDISCUSS'ED, a. Not discussed; not argued or debated.

58092

undisgraced
UNDISGRA'CED, a. Not disgraced or dishonored.

58093

undisguised
UNDISGUISED, a. [See Guise.]1. Not disguised; not covered with a mask, or with a false ...

58094

undishonored
UNDISHON'ORED, n. [See Honor.] Not dishonored; not disgraced.

58095

undismayed
UNDISMA'YED, a. Not dismayed; not disheartened by fear; not discouraged; as troops undismayed.

58096

undisobliging
UNDISOBLI'GING, a. Inoffensive. [Little used.]

58097

undisordered
UNDISOR'DERED, a. s as z. Not disordered; not disturbed.

58098

undispensed
UNDISPENS'ED, a.1. Not dispensed.2. Not freed from obligation.

58099

undispensing
UNDISPENS'ING, a. Not allowing to be dispensed with.

58100

undispersed
UNDISPERS'ED, a. Not dispersed; not scattered.

58101

undisplayed
UNDISPLA'YED, a. Not displayed; not unfolded.

58102

undisputable
UNDIS'PUTABLE, a. Not disputable. [But the word now used is indisputable.]

58103

undisputed
UNDISPU'TED, a. Not disputed; not contested; not called in question; as an undisputed title; ...

58104

undisquieted
UNDISQUI'ETED, a. Not disquieted; not disturbed.

58105

undissembled
UNDISSEM'BLED, a. Not dissembled; open; undisguised; unfeigned; as undissembled friendship or ...

58106

undissembling
UNDISSEM'BLING, a. Not dissembling; not exhibiting a false appearance; not false.

58107

undissipated
UNDIS'SIPATED, a. Not dissipated; not scattered.

58108

undissolvable
UNDISSOLV'ABLE, a. [See dissolve.]1. That cannot be dissolved or melted.2. That may not be ...

58109

undissolved
UNDISSOLV'ED, a. Not dissolved; not melted.

58110

undissolving
UNDISSOLV'ING, a. Not dissolving; not melting; as the undissolving ice of the Alps.

58111

undistempered
UNDISTEM'PERED, a.1. Not diseased; free from malady.2. Free from perturbation.

58112

undistended
UNDISTEND'ED, a. Not distended; not enlarged.

58113

undistilled
UNDISTILL'ED, a. Not distilled.

58114

undistinguishable
UNDISTIN'GUISHABLE, a.1. That cannot be distinguished by the eye; not to be distinctly seen.2. ...

58115

undistinguishably
UNDISTIN'GUISHABLY, adv. Without distinction; so as not to be known from each other, or to be ...

58116

undistinguished
UNDISTIN'GUISHED, a.1. Not distinguished; not so marked as to be distinctly known from each ...

58117

undistinguishing
UNDISTIN'GUISHING, a. Making no difference; not discriminating; as undistinguishing ...

58118

undistorted
UNDISTORT'ED, a. Not distorted; not perverted.

58119

undistracted
UNDISTRACT'ED, a. Not perplexed by contrariety or confusion of thought, desires or concerns.

58120

undistractedly
UNDISTRACT'EDLY, adv. Without disturbance from contrariety of thoughts or multiplicity of ...

58121

undistractedness
UNDISTRACT'EDNESS, n. Freedom from disturbance or interruption from contrariety or multiplicity of ...

58122

undistributed
UNDISTRIB'UTED, a. Not distributed or allotted.

58123

undisturbed
UNDISTURB'ED, a. 1. Free from interruption; not molested or hindered; as undisturbed with company ...

58124

undisturbedly
UNDISTURB'EDLY, adv. Calmly; peacefully.

58125

undisturbedness
UNDISTURB'EDNESS, n. Calmness; tranquillity; freedom from molestation or agitation.

58126

undiversified
UNDIVERS'IFIED, a. Not diversified; not varied; uniform.

58127

undiverted
UNDIVERT'ED, a. 1. Not diverted; not turned aside.2. Not amused; not entertained or pleased.

58128

undividable
UNDIVI'DABLE, a. That cannot be divided; not separable; as an undividable scene.

58129

undivided
UNDIVI'DED, a. 1. Not divided; not separated or disunited; unbroken; whole; as undivided ...

58130

undividedly
UNDIVI'DEDLY, adv. So as not to be parted.

58131

undivorced
UNDIVORCED, a. Not divorced; not separated.

58132

undivulged
UNDIVULG'ED, a. Not divulged; not revealed or disclosed; secret.

58133

undo
UNDO, v.t. pret. undid; pp. undone.1. To reverse what has been done; to annul; to bring to naught ...

58134

undock
UNDOCK', v.t. To take out of dock; as, to undock a ship.

58135

undoer
UNDOER, n. One who undoes or brings destruction; one who reverses what has been done; one who ...

58136

undoing
UNDOING, ppr. Reversing what has been done; ruining.UNDOING, n.1. The reversal of what has been ...

58137

undone
UNDONE, pp. 1. Reversed; annulled.2. Ruined; destroyed.When the legislature is corrupted, the ...

58138

undoubted
UNDOUBTED, a. undout'ed. Not doubted; not called in question; indubitable; indisputable; as ...

58139

undoubtedly
UNDOUBTEDLY, adv. undout'edly. Without doubt; without question; indubitably.

58140

undoubtful
UNDOUBTFUL, a. undout'ful. Not doubtful; not ambiguous; plain; evident.

58141

undoubting
UNDOUBTING, a. undout'ing. Not doubting; not hesitating respecting facts; not fluctuating in ...

58142

undrained
UNDRA'INED, a. Not drained; not freed from water.

58143

undramatic
UNDRAMAT'IC,

58144

undramatical
UNDRAMAT'ICAL, a. Not dramatic; not according to the rules of the drama, or not suited to the ...

58145

undrawn
UNDRAWN', a. 1. Not drawn; not pulled by an external force.2. Not allured by motives or ...

58146

undreaded
UNDREADED, a. undred'ed. Not dreaded; not feared.

58147

undreamed
UNDRE'AMED, a. Not dreamed; not thought of.

58148

undress
UNDRESS', v.t1. To divest of clothes; to strip.2. To divest of ornaments, or the attire of ...

58149

undressed
UNDRESS'ED, pp.1. Divested of dress; disrobed.2. a. Not dressed; not attired.3. Not prepared; ...

58150

undried
UNDRI'ED, a.1. Not dried; wet; moist; as undried cloth.2. Not dried; green; as undried hay; ...

58151

undriven
UNDRIV'EN, a. Not driven; not impelled.

58152

undrooping
UNDROOP'ING, a. Not drooping; not sinking; not despairing.

58153

undrossy
UNDROSS'Y, a. Free from dross or recrement.

58154

undrowned
UNDROWN'ED, a. Not drowned.

58155

undubitable
UNDU'BITABLE, a. Not to be doubted; unquestionable. [But the word now used is indubitable.]

58156

undue
UNDUE, a.1. Not due; not yet demandable of right; as a debt, note or bond undue.2. Not right; not ...

58157

unduke
UNDU'KE, v.t. To deprive of dukedom.

58158

undulary
UN'DULARY, a. [L. undula, a little wave.] Playing like waves; waving.

58159

undulate
UN'DULATE,

58160

undulated
UN'DULATED, a. Wavy; waved obtusely up and down, near the margin, as a leaf or corol.

58161

undulating
UN'DULATING, ppr. 1. Waving; vibrating.2. a. Wary; rising and falling.

58162

undulatingly
UN'DULATINGLY, adv. In the form of waves.

58163

undulation
UNDULA'TION, n. [from undulate.]1. A waving motion or vibration; as the undulations of a fluid, ...

58164

undulatory
UN'DULATORY, a. [from undulate. Moving in the manner of waves; or resembling the motion of waves, ...

58165

undull
UNDULL', v.t. To remove dullness or obscurity; to clear; to purify. [Not used.]

58166

unduly
UNDU'LY, adv. 1. Not according to duty or propriety.2. Not in proper proportion; excessively. ...

58167

undurable
UNDU'RABLE, a. Not durable; not lasting. [Not in use.]

58168

undust
UNDUST', v.t. To free from dust. [Not in use.]

58169

unduteous
UNDU'TEOUS, a. Not performing duty to parents and superiors; not obedient; as an unduteous child, ...

58170

undutiful
UNDU'TIFUL, a. Not obedient; not performing duty; as an undutiful son or subject.

58171

undutifully
UNDU'TIFULLY, adv. Not according to duty; in a disobedient manner.

58172

undutifulness
UNDU'TIFULNESS, n. Want of respect; violation of duty; disobedience; as the undutifulness of ...

58173

undying
UNDY'ING, a.1. Not dying; not perishing.2. Not subject to death; immortal; as the undying souls ...

58174

unearned
UNEARNED, a. unern'ed. Not merited by labor or services.Hoping heaven will bless thy slighted ...

58175

unearthed
UNEARTHED, a. unerth'ed. Driven from a den, cavern or burrow.

58176

unearthly
UNEARTHLY, a. unerth'ly. Not terrestrial.

58177

uneasily
UNE'ASILY, adv. s as z. 1. With uneasiness or pain.He lives uneasily under the burden.2. With ...

58178

uneasiness
UNE'ASINESS, n.1. A moderate degree of pain; restlessness; want of ease; disquiet.2. Unquietness ...

58179

uneasy
UNE'ASY, a. s as z.1. Feeling some degree of pain; restless; disturbed; unquiet. The patient is ...

58180

uneatable
UNE'ATABLE, a. Not eatable; not fit to be eaten.

58181

uneaten
UNE'ATEN, a. Not eaten; not devoured.

58182

uneath
UNE'ATH, adv.1. Not easily. [Not in use.]2. Beneath; below. [Not in use. See Neither and ...

58183

uneclipsed
UNECLIPS'ED, a. Not eclipsed; not obscured.

58184

unedifying
UNED'IFYING, a. Not edifying; not improving to the mind.

58185

uneducated
UNED'UCATED, a. Not educated; illiterate.

58186

uneffaced
UNEFFA'CED, a. Not effaced; not obliterated.

58187

uneffectual
UNEFFECT'UAL, a. Ineffectual. [The latter is the word now used.]

58188

unelastic
UNELAS'TIC, a. Not elastic; not having the property of recovering its original state, when bent or ...

58189

unelated
UNELA'TED, a. Not elated; not puffed up.

58190

unelbowed
UNEL'BOWED, a. Not attended by any at the elbow.

58191

unelected
UNELECT'ED, a. Not elected; not chosen; not preferred.

58192

unelegant
UNEL'EGANT, a. Not elegant. [Not used. See Inelegant.]

58193

uneligible
UNEL'IGIBLE, a. Not proper to be chosen; ineligible. [The latter is the word now used.

58194

unemancipated
UNEMAN'CIPATED, n. Not emancipated or liberated from slavery.

58195

unembalmed
UNEMB'ALMED, a. Not embalmed.

58196

unembarrassed
UNEMBAR'RASSED, a.1. Not embarrassed; not perplexed in mind; not confused. The speaker appeared ...

58197

unembittered
UNEMBIT'TERED, a. Not embittered; not aggravated.

58198

unembodied
UNEMBOD'IED, a.1. Free from a corporeal body; as unembodied spirits.2. Not embodied; not ...

58199

unemphatic
UNEMPHAT'IC, a. Having no emphasis.

58200

unemployed
UNEMPLOY'ED, a. 1. Not employed; not occupied; not busy; at leisure; not engaged.2. Not being in ...

58201

unempowered
UNEMPOW'ERED, a. Not empowered or authorized.

58202

unemptiable
UNEMP'TIABLE, a. Not to be emptied; inexhaustible. [Not in use.]

58203

unemulating
UNEM'ULATING, a. Not emulating; not striving to excel.

58204

unenchanted
UNENCH'ANTED, a. Not enchanted; that cannot be enchanted.

58205

unencumber
UNENCUM'BER, v.t. To free from incumbrance.

58206

unencumbered
UNENCUM'BERED, pp.1. Disengaged from incumbrance.2. a. Not encumbered; not burdened.

58207

unendowed
UNENDOW'ED, a.1. Not endowed; not furnished; not invested; as a man unendowed with virtues.2. Not ...

58208

unenduring
UNENDU'RING, a. Not lasting; of temporary duration.

58209

unenervated
UNEN'ERVATED, a. Not enervated or weakened.

58210

unengaged
UNENGA'GED, a. 1. Not engaged; not bound by covenant or promise; free from obligation to a ...

58211

unengaging
UNENGA'GING, a. Not adapted to engage or win the attention or affections; not inviting.

58212

unenjoyed
UNENJOY'ED, a. Not enjoyed; not obtained; not possessed.

58213

unenjoying
UNENJOY'ING, a. Not using; having no fruition.

58214

unenlarged
UNENL'ARGED, a. Not enlarged; narrow.

58215

unenlightened
UNENLIGHTENED, a. Not enlightened; not illuminated.

58216

unenslaved
UNENSLA'VED, a. Not enslaved; free.

58217

unentangle
UNENTAN'GLE, v.t. To free from complication or perplexity; to disentangle.

58218

unentangled
UNENTAN'GLED, pp.1. Disentangled;2. a. Not entangled; not complicated; not perplexed.

58219

unenterprising
UNEN'TERPRISING, a. Not enterprising; not adventurous.

58220

unentertaining
UNENTERTA'INING, a. Not entertaining or amusing; giving no delight.

58221

unentertainingness
UNENTERTA'ININGNESS, n. The quality of being unentertaining or dull.

58222

unenthralled
UNENTHRALL'ED, a. Not enslaved; not reduced to thralldom.

58223

unentombed
UNENTOMBED, a. Not buried; not interred.

58224

unenvied
UNEN'VIED, a. Not envied; exempt from the envy of others.

58225

unenvious
UNEN'VIOUS, a. Not envious; free from envy.

58226

unepitaphed
UNEP'ITAPHED, a. Having no epitaph.

58227

unequable
UNE'QUABLE, a. Different from itself; different at different times; not uniform; diverse; as ...

58228

unequal
UNE'QUAL, a. [L. inaequalis.] 1. Not equal; not even; not of the same size, length, breadth, ...

58229

unequalable
UNE'QUALABLE, a. Not to be equaled.

58230

unequaled
UNE'QUALED, a. Not to be equaled; unparalleled; unrivaled; in a good or bad sense; as unequaled ...

58231

unequally
UNE'QUALLY, adv.1. Not equally; in different degrees; in disproportion to each other.2. Not with ...

58232

unequalness
UNE'QUALNESS, n. State of being unequal; inequality.

58233

unequitable
UNEQ'UITABLE, a.1. Not equitable; not just.2. Not impartial. [Inequitable is generally used.]

58234

unequivocal
UNEQUIV'OCAL, a.1. Not equivocal; not doubtful; clear; evident; as unequivocal evidence.2. Not ...

58235

unequivocally
UNEQUIV'OCALLY, adv. Without doubt; without room to doubt; plainly; with full evidence.

58236

unerrable
UNER'RABLE, a. Incapable of erring; infallible.

58237

unerrableness
UNER'RABLENESS, n. Incapacity of error.

58238

unerring
UNER'RING, a.1. Committing no mistake; incapable of error; as, the unerring wisdom of God.2. ...

58239

unerringly
UNER'RINGLY, adv. Without mistake.

58240

uneschewable
UNESCHEW'ABLE, a. Unavoidable. [Not in use.]

58241

unespied
UNESPI'ED, a. Not espied; not discovered; not seen.

58242

unessayed
UNESSA'YED, a. Not essayed; unattempted.

58243

unessential
UNESSEN'TIAL, a.1. Not essential; not absolutely necessary; not of prime importance.2. Not ...

58244

unestablish
UNESTAB'LISH, v.t. To unfix; to deprive of establishment. [Little used.]

58245

unestablished
UNESTAB'LISHED, a. Not established; not permanently fixed.

58246

unevangelical
UNEVANGEL'ICAL, a. Not orthodox; not according to the gospel.

58247

uneven
UNEVEN, a. une'vn.1. Not even; not level; as an uneven road or way; uneven ground.2. Not equal; ...

58248

unevenly
UNE'VENLY, adv. In an uneven manner.

58249

unevenness
UNE'VENNESS, n.1. Surface not level; inequality of surface; as the unevenness of ground or of ...

58250

unevitable
UNEV'ITABLE, a. Not to be escaped; unavoidable. [The word now used is inevitable.]

58251

unexact
UNEXACT', a. Not exact. [See Inexact, which is generally used.]

58252

unexacted
UNEXACT'ED, a. Not exacted; not taken by force.

58253

unexaggerated
UNEXAG'GERATED, a. Not exaggerated.

58254

unexaggerating
UNEXAG'GERATING, a. Not enlarging in description.

58255

unexaminable
UNEXAM'INABLE, a. Not to be examined or inquired into.

58256

unexamined
UNEXAM'INED, a.1. Not examined; not interrogated strictly; as a witness.2. Not inquired into; not ...

58257

unexampled
UNEXAM'PLED, a. Having no example or similar case; having no precedent; unprecedented; ...

58258

unexceptionable
UNEXCEP'TIONABLE, a. Not liable to any exception or objection; unobjectionable; as unexceptionable ...

58259

unexceptionablenes
UNEXCEP'TIONABLENESS, n. State or quality of being unexceptionable.

58260

unexceptionably
UNEXCEP'TIONABLY, adv. In a manner liable to no objection; as a point unexceptionably proved.

58261

unexcised
UNEXCI'SED, a. s as z. Not charged with the duty of excise.

58262

unexcited
UNEXCI'TED, a. Not excited; not roused.

58263

unexcogitable
UNEXCOG'ITABLE, a. Not to be found out. [Not in use.]

58264

unexcommunicated
UNEXCOMMU'NICATED, a. Not excommunicated.

58265

unexcusable
UNEXCU'SABLE, a. s as z. Not excusable. [We now use inexcusable.]

58266

unexcusableness
UNEXCU'SABLENESS, n. Inexcusableness, which see.

58267

unexecuted
UNEX'ECUTED, a.1. Not performed; not done; as a task, business or project unexecuted.2. Not ...

58268

unexemplary
UNEX'EMPLARY, a. Not exemplary; not according to example.

58269

unexemplified
UNEXEM'PLIFIED, a. Not exemplified; not illustrated by example.

58270

unexempt
UNEXEMPT', a. Not exempt; not free by privilege.

58271

unexercised
UNEX'ERCISED, a. s as z. Not exercised; not practiced; not disciplined; not experienced.

58272

unexerted
UNEXERT'ED, a. Not called into action; not exerted.

58273

unexhausted
UNEXHAUST'ED, a.1. Not exhausted; not drained to the bottom, or to the last article.2. Not spent; ...

58274

unexistent
UNEXIST'ENT, a. Not existing.

58275

unexorcised
UNEX'ORCISED, a. s as z. Not exorcised; not cast out by exorcism.

58276

unexpanded
UNEXPAND'ED, a. Not expanded not spread out.

58277

unexpectation
UNEXPECTA'TION, n. Want of foresight. [Not in use.]

58278

unexpected
UNEXPECT'ED, a. Not expected; not looked for; sudden; not provided against.

58279

unexpectedly
UNEXPECT'EDLY, adv. At a time or in a manner not expected or looked for; suddenly.

58280

unexpectedness
UNEXPECT'EDNESS, n. The quality of being unexpected, or of coming suddenly and by surprise.

58281

unexpectorating
UNEXPEC'TORATING, a. Not expectorating; not discharging from the throat or lungs.

58282

unexpedient
UNEXPE'DIENT, a. Not expedient. [But inexpedient is the word now used.]

58283

unexpended
UNEXPEND'ED, a. Not expended; not laid out. There is an unexpended balance of the appropriation.

58284

unexpensive
UNEXPENS'IVE, a. Not expensive; not costly.

58285

unexperienced
UNEXPE'RIENCED, a.1. Not experienced; not versed; not acquainted by trial or practice.2. Untried; ...

58286

unexpert
UNEXPERT', a. Wanting skill; not ready or dextrous in performance.

58287

unexpired
UNEXPI'RED, a. Not expired; not ended.

58288

unexplainable
UNEXPLA'INABLE, a. That cannot be explained.

58289

unexplored
UNEXPLO'RED, a. 1. Not explored; not searched or examined by the eye; unknown.2. Not examined ...

58290

unexposed
UNEXPO'SED, a. s as z. 1. Not laid open to view; concealed.2. Not laid open to censure.

58291

unexpounded
UNEXPOUND'ED, a. Not expounded; not explained.

58292

unexpressed
UNEXPRESS'ED, a. Not expressed; not mentioned or named; not exhibited.

58293

unexpressible
UNEXPRESS'IBLE, a. That cannot be expressed. [But inexpressible is the word now used.]

58294

unexpressive
UNEXPRESS'IVE, a.1. Not having the power of expressing.2. Inexpressible; unutterable.

58295

unextended
UNEXTEND'ED, a. Occupying no assignable space; having no dimensions; as a spiritual, an unextended ...

58296

unextinct
UNEXTINCT', a. Not extinct; not being destroyed; not having perished.

58297

unextinguishable
UNEXTIN'GUISHABLE, a.1. That cannot be extinguished; unquenchable; as unextinguishable fire.2. ...

58298

unextinguishably
UNEXTIN'GUISHABLY, adv. In a manner or degree that precludes extinction.

58299

unextinguished
UNEXTIN'GUISHED, a. Not extinguished; not quenched; not entirely repressed.

58300

unextirpated
UNEX'TIRPATED, a. Not extirpated; not rooted out.

58301

unextorted
UNEXTORT'ED, a. Not extorted; not wrested.

58302

unextracted
UNEXTRACT'ED, a. Not extracted or drawn out.

58303

unfaded
UNFA'DED, a.1. Not faded; not having lost its strength of color.2. Unwithered; as a plant.

58304

unfading
UNFA'DING, a.1. Not liable to lose strength or freshness of coloring.2. Not liable to wither; as ...

58305

unfadingness
UNFA'DINGNESS, n. The state or quality of being unfading.

58306

unfailable
UNFA'ILABLE, a. That cannot fail. [Not in use.]

58307

unfailableness
UNFA'ILABLENESS, n. The quality of being unfailable. [Not in use.]

58308

unfailing
UNFA'ILING, a.1. Not liable to fail; not capable of being exhausted; as an unfailing spring; ...

58309

unfailingness
UNFA'ILINGNESS, n. The state of being unfailing.

58310

unfainting
UNFA'INTING, a. Not fainting; not sinking; not failing under toil.

58311

unfair
UNFA'IR, a.1. Not honest; not impartial; disingenuous; using trick or artifice; as an unfair ...

58312

unfairly
UNFA'IRLY, adv. Not in a just or equitable manner.

58313

unfairness
UNFA'IRNESS, n.1. Dishonest or disingenuous conduct or practice; use of trick or artifice; applied ...

58314

unfaithful
UNFA'ITHFUL, a.1. Not observant of promises, vows, allegiance or duty; violating trust or ...

58315

unfaithfully
UNFA'ITHFULLY, adv.1. In violation of promises, vows or duty; treacherously; perfidiously.2. ...

58316

unfaithfulness
UNFA'ITHFULNESS, n. Neglect or violation of vows, promises, allegiance or other duty; breach of ...

58317

unfalcated
UNFAL'CATED, a. Not curtailed; having no deductions.

58318

unfallen
UNFALL'EN, a. Not fallen.

58319

unfallowed
UNFAL'LOWED, a. Not fallowed.

58320

unfamiliar
UNFAMIL'IAR, a. Not accustomed; not common; not rendered agreeable by frequent use.

58321

unfamiliarity
UNFAMILIAR'ITY, n. Want of familiarity.

58322

unfashionable
UNFASH'IONABLE, a. 1. Not fashionable; not according to the prevailing mode; as unfashionable ...

58323

unfashionableness
UNFASH'IONABLENESS, n. Neglect of the prevailing mode; deviation from reigning custom.

58324

unfashionably
UNFASH'IONABLY, adv. Not according to the fashion; as, to be unfashionably dressed.

58325

unfashioned
UNFASH'IONED, a. Not modified by art; amorphous; shapeless; not having a regular form; as a ...

58326

unfast
UNF'AST, a. Not safe; not secure.

58327

unfasten
UNF'ASTEN, v.t. To loose; to unfix; to unbind; to untie.

58328

unfastened
UNF'ASTENED, pp. Loosed; untied; unfixed.

58329

unfathered
UNF'ATHERED, a. Fatherless.

58330

unfatherly
UNF'ATHERLY, a. Not becoming a father; unkind.

58331

unfathomable
UNFATH'OMABLE, a.1. That cannot be sounded by a line; as an unfathomable lake.2. So deep or ...

58332

unfathomableness
UNFATH'OMABLENESS, n. The state of being unfathomable.

58333

unfathomably
UNFATH'OMABLY, adv. So as not to be capable of being sounded.

58334

unfathomed
UNFATH'OMED, a. Not sounded; not to be sounded.

58335

unfatigued
UNFATIGUED, a. unfatee'ged. Not wearied; not tired.

58336

unfaulty
UNFAULT'Y, a. Free from fault; innocent.

58337

unfavorable
UNFA'VORABLE, a.1. Not favorable; not propitious; not disposed or adapted to countenance or ...

58338

unfavorableness
UNFA'VORABLENESS, n. Unpropitiousness; unkindness; want of disposition to countenance or promote.

58339

unfavorably
UNFA'VORABLY, adv. Unpropitiously; unkindly; so as not to countenance, support or promote; in a ...

58340

unfavored
UNFA'VORED, a. Not favored; not assisted.

58341

unfeared
UNFE'ARED, a. 1. Not affrighted; not daunted. [Not in use.]2. Not feared; not dreaded.

58342

unfeasible
UNFE'ASIBLE, a. s as z. That cannot be done; impracticable.

58343

unfeathered
UNFEATH'ERED,

58344

unfeatured
UNFE'ATURED, a. Wanting regular features; deformed.Visage rough, deform'd, unfeatur'd.

58345

unfed
UNFED', a. Not fed; not supplied with food.

58346

unfeed
UNFEE'D, a. 1. Not feed; not retained by a fee.2. Unpaid; as an unfeed lawyer.

58347

unfeeling
UNFEE'LING, a.1. Insensible; void of sensibility.2. Cruel; hard.

58348

unfeelingly
UNFEE'LINGLY, adv. In an unfeeling or cruel manner.

58349

unfeelingness
UNFEE'LINGNESS, n. Insensibility; harness of heart; cruelty.

58350

unfeigned
UNFEIGNED, a. Not feigned; not counterfeit; not hypocritical; real; sincere; as unfeigned piety to ...

58351

unfeignedly
UNFEIGNEDLY, adv. Without hypocrisy; really; sincerely.He pardoneth all them that truly repent, ...

58352

unfelicitating
UNFELIC'ITATING, a. Not producing felicity. [Unusual.]

58353

unfellowed
UNFEL'LOWED, a. Not matched.

58354

unfelt
UNFELT', a. Not felt; not perceived.

58355

unfence
UNFENCE, v.t. unfens'. To strip of fence; to remove a fence from.

58356

unfenced
UNFEN'CED, pp.1. Deprived of a fence.2. a. Not fenced; not inclosed; defenseless; as a tract of ...

58357

unfermented
UNFERMENT'ED, a. 1. Not fermented; not having undergone the process of fermentation; as liquor.2. ...

58358

unfertile
UNFER'TILE, a.1. Not fertile; not rich; not having the qualities necessary to the production of ...

58359

unfethered
UNFETH'ERED, a. Having no feathers; unfledged; implumous; naked of feathers.

58360

unfetter
UNFET'TER, v.t.1. To loose from fetters; to unchain; to unshackle.2. To free from restraint; to ...

58361

unfettered
UNFET'TERED, pp. 1. Unchained; unshackled; freed from restraint.2. a. Not restrained.

58362

unfettering
UNFET'TERING, ppr. Unchaining; setting free from restraint.

58363

unfigured
UNFIG'URED, a. Representing no animal form.

58364

unfilial
UNFIL'IAL, a. Unsuitable to a son or child; undutiful; not becoming a child.

58365

unfilled
UNFILL'ED, a. Not filled; not fully supplied.

58366

unfinished
UNFIN'ISHED, a. Not finished; not complete; not brought to an end; imperfect; wanting the last ...

58367

unfired
UNFI'RED, a. Not fired; not inflamed.

58368

unfirm
UNFIRM', a. [See Firm.]1. Not firm; weak; feeble; infirm.[Note. When we speak of the weakness of ...

58369

unfirmness
UNFIRM'NESS, n. A weak state; instability.

58370

unfit
UNFIT', a. 1. Not fit; improper; unsuitable.2. Unqualified; as a man unfit for an office.UNFIT', ...

58371

unfitly
UNFIT'LY, adv. Not properly; unsuitably.

58372

unfitness
UNFIT'NESS, n.1. Want of suitable powers or qualifications, physical or moral; as the unfitness of ...

58373

unfitted
UNFIT'TED, pp. Rendered unsuitable; disqualified.

58374

unfitting
UNFIT'TING, ppr.1. Rendering unsuitable; disqualifying.2. a. Improper; becoming.

58375

unfix
UNFIX', v.t.1. To loosen from any fastening; to detach from any thing that holds; to unsettle; to ...

58376

unfixed
UNFIX'ED, pp.1. Unsettled; loosened.2. a. Wandering; erratic; inconstant; having no settled ...

58377

unfixing
UNFIX'ING, ppr. Unsettling; loosening.

58378

unflagging
UNFLAG'GING, a. Not flagging; not drooping; maintaining strength or spirit.

58379

unflattered
UNFLAT'TERED, a. Not flattered.

58380

unflattering
UNFLAT'TERING, a.1. Not flattering; not gratifying with obsequious behavior; not coloring the ...

58381

unfledged
UNFLEDG'ED, a.1. Not yet furnished with feathers; implumous; as an unfledged bird.2. Young; not ...

58382

unfleshed
UNFLESH'ED, a. Not fleshed; not seasoned to blood; raw; as an unfleshed hound; unfleshed valor.

58383

unfoiled
UNFOIL'ED, a. Not vanquished; not defeated.

58384

unfold
UNFOLD, v.t1. To open folds; to expand; to spread out.2. To open any thing covered or close; to ...

58385

unfolded
UNFOLDED, pp. Opened; expanded; revealed; displayed; released from a fold.

58386

unfolding
UNFOLDING, ppr. Opening; expanding; disclosing; displaying; releasing from a fold.UNFOLDING, n. ...

58387

unfool
UNFOOL', v.t. To restore from folly. [Not in use.]

58388

unforbearing
UNFORBEARING, a. Not forbearing.

58389

unforbid
UNFORBID',

58390

unforbidden
UNFORBID'DEN, a. 1. Not forbid; not prohibited; applied to persons.2. Allowed; permitted; legal; ...

58391

unforbiddenness
UNFORBID'DENNESS, n. The state of being unforbidden. [Not in use.]

58392

unforced
UNFORCED, a.1. Not forced; not compelled; not constrained.2. Not urged or impelled.3. Not ...

58393

unforcible
UNFORCIBLE, a. Wanting force or strength; as an unforcible expression.

58394

unfordable
UNFORDABLE, a. Not fordable; that cannot be forded, or passed by wading; as an unfordable river.

58395

unforeboding
UNFOREBO'DING, a. Giving no omens.

58396

unforeknown
UNFOREKNOWN, a. Not previously known or foreseen.

58397

unforeseeable
UNFORESEE'ABLE, a. That cannot be foreseen. [A bad word and not in use.]

58398

unforeseen
UNFORESEE'N, a. Not foreseen; not foreknown.

58399

unforeskinned
UNFO'RESKINNED, a. Circumcised. [Bad.]

58400

unforetold
UNFORETOLD, a. Not predicted.

58401

unforewarned
UNFOREWARN'ED, a. a. [See Warn.] Not previously warned or admonished.

58402

unforfeited
UNFOR'FEITED, a. Not forfeited.

58403

unforgiven
UNFORGIV'EN, a. Not forgiven; not pardoned.

58404

unforgiving
UNFORGIV'ING, a. Not forgiving; not disposed to overlook or pardon offenses; implacable.

58405

unforgot
UNFORGOT'

58406

unforgotten
UNFORGOT'TEN, a. 1. Not forgot; not lost to memory.2. Not overlooked; not neglected.

58407

unform
UNFORM', v.t. To destroy; to unmake; to decompose or resolve into parts.

58408

unformed
UNFORM'ED, a. Not molded into regular shape; as unformed matter.

58409

unforsaken
UNFORSA'KEN, a. Not forsaken; not deserted; not entirely neglected.

58410

unfortified
UNFOR'TIFIED, a.1. Not fortified; not secured from attack by walls or mounds.2. Not guarded; not ...

58411

unfortunate
UNFOR'TUNATE, a. Not successful; not prosperous; as an unfortunate adventure; an unfortunate ...

58412

unfortunately
UNFOR'TUNATELY, adv. Without success; unsuccessfully; unhappily. the scheme unfortunately ...

58413

unfortunateness
UNFOR'TUNATENESS, n. Ill luck; ill fortune; fortune; failure of success.

58414

unfostered
UNFOS'TERED, a.1. Not fostered; not nourished.2. Not countenanced by favor; not patronized.

58415

unfought
UNFOUGHT, a. unfaut'. Not fought.

58416

unfouled
UNFOUL'ED, a. Not fouled; not polluted; not soiled; not corrupted; pure.

58417

unfound
UNFOUND', a. Not found; not met with.

58418

unfounded
UNFOUND'ED, a.1. Not founded; not built or established.2. Having no foundation; vain; idle; as ...

58419

unframable
UNFRA'MABLE, a. Not to be framed or molded. [Not in use.]

58420

unframableness
UNFRA'MABLENESS, n. The quality of not being framable. [Not in use.]

58421

unframed
UNFRA'MED, a.1. Not framed; not fitted for erection; as unframed timber.2. Not formed; not ...

58422

unfraternal
UNFRATERN'AL, a. Not brotherly.

58423

unfree
UNFREE', a. Not free; as unfree peasants.

58424

unfrequency
UNFRE'QUENCY, n. The state of being unfrequent.

58425

unfrequent
UNFRE'QUENT, a. Not frequent; not common; not happening often; infrequent.UNFRE'QUENT, v.t. To ...

58426

unfrequented
UNFRE'QUENTED, a. Rarely visited; seldom resorted to by human beings; as an unfrequented place or ...

58427

unfrequently
UNFRE'QUENTLY, adv. Not often; seldom.

58428

unfriable
UNFRI'ABLE, a. Not easily crumbled.

58429

unfriended
UNFRIENDED, a. unfrend'ed. Wanting friends; not countenanced or supported.

58430

unfriendliness
UNFRIEND'LINESS, n. Want of kindness; disfavor.

58431

unfriendly
UNFRIEND'LY, a.1. Not friendly; not kind or benevolent; as an unfriendly neighbor.2. Not ...

58432

unfrock
UNFROCK', v.t. To divest.

58433

unfrozen
UNFRO'ZEN, a. Not frozen; not congealed.

58434

unfrugal
UNFRU'GAL, a. Not frugal; not saving or economical.

58435

unfruitful
UNFRUITFUL, a.1. Not producing fruit; barren; as an unfruitful tree.2. Not producing off-spring; ...

58436

unfruitfulness
UNFRUITFULNESS, n. Barrenness; infecundity; unproductiveness; applied to persons or things.

58437

unfrustrable
UNFRUS'TRABLE, a. That cannot be frustrated.

58438

unfulfilled
UNFULFILL'ED, a. Not fulfilled; not accomplished; as a prophecy or prediction unfulfilled.

58439

unfumed
UNFU'MED, a.1. Not fumigated.2. Not exhaling smoke; not burnt.

58440

unfunded
UNFUND'ED, a. Not funded; having no permanent funds for the payment of its interest; as an ...

58441

unfurl
UNFURL', v.t. To loose and unfold; to expand; to open or spread; as, to unfurl sails.

58442

unfurled
UNFURL'ED, pp. Unfolded; expanded.

58443

unfurling
UNFURL'ING, ppr. Unfolding; spreading.

58444

unfurnish
UNFUR'NISH, v.t.1. To strip of furniture; to divest; to strip.2. To leave naked.

58445

unfurnished
UNFUR'NISHED, a.1. Not furnished; not supplied with furniture; as an unfurnished room or house.2. ...

58446

unfused
UNFU'SED, a. s as z. Not fused; not melted.

58447

unfusible
UNFU'SIBLE, a. s as z. Infusible. [The latter word is generally used.]

58448

ungainable
UNGA'INABLE, a. That cannot be gained. [Little used.]

58449

ungainful
UNGA'INFUL, a. Unprofitable; not producing gain.

58450

ungainly
UNGA'INLY, a. Not expert or dextrous; clumsy; awkward; uncouth; as an ungainly strut in walking.[I ...

58451

ungalled
UNGALL'ED, a. Unhurt; not galled.

58452

ungarnished
UNG'ARNISHED, a. Not garnished or furnished; unadorned.

58453

ungarrisoned
UNGAR'RISONED, a. Not garrisoned; not furnished with troops for defense.

58454

ungartered
UNG'ARTERED, a. Being without garters.

58455

ungathered
UNGATH'ERED, a. Not gathered; not cropped; not picked.

58456

ungear
UNGE'AR, v.t. To unharness; to strip of gear.

58457

ungeared
UNGE'ARED, pp. Unharnessed.

58458

ungearing
UNGE'ARING, ppr. Stripping of harness or gear.

58459

ungenerated
UNGEN'ERATED, a. Having no beginning; unbegotten.

58460

ungenerative
UNGEN'ERATIVE, a. Begetting nothing.

58461

ungenerous
UNGEN'EROUS, a.1. Not of a noble mind; not liberal; applied to persons; as an ungenerous man or ...

58462

ungenerously
UNGEN'EROUSLY, adv. Unkindly; dishonorably.

58463

ungenial
UNGE'NIAL, a. Not favorable to nature or to natural growth; as ungenial air; ungenial soils.Sullen ...

58464

ungenteel
UNGENTEE'L, a. Not genteel; used of persons; not consistent with polite manners or good breeding; ...

58465

ungenteelly
UNGENTEE'LLY, adv. Uncivilly; not with good manners.

58466

ungentle
UNGEN'TLE, a. Not gentle; harsh; rude.

58467

ungentlemanlike
UNGEN'TLEMANLIKE, a. Not like a gentleman.

58468

ungentlemanly
UNGEN'TLEMANLY, a. Not becoming a gentleman.

58469

ungentleness
UNGEN'TLENESS, n.1. Want of gentleness; harshness; severity; rudeness.2. Unkindness; incivility.

58470

ungently
UNGEN'TLY, adv. Harshly; with severity; rudely.

58471

ungeometrical
UNGEOMET'RICAL, a. Not agreeable to the rules of geometry.

58472

ungifted
UNGIFT'ED, a. Not gifted; not endowed with peculiar faculties.

58473

ungilded
UNGILD'ED,

58474

ungilt
UNGILT', a. Not gilt; not overlaid with gold.

58475

ungird
UNGIRD', v.t. [See Gird.] To loose from a girdle or band; to unbind. Gen. 24.

58476

ungirded
UNGIRD'ED, pp. Loosed from a girth or band.

58477

ungirding
UNGIRD'ING, ppr. Loosing from a girdle or band.

58478

ungirt
UNGIRT', pp. 1. Unbound.2. a. Loosely dressed.

58479

ungiving
UNGIV'ING, a. Not bringing gifts.

58480

unglazed
UNGLA'ZED, a.1. Not furnished with glass; as, the windows are unglazed; the house is yet ...

58481

unglorified
UNGLO'RIFIED, a. Not glorified; not honored with praise or adoration.

58482

unglorious
UNGLO'RIOUS, a. Not glorious; bringing no glory or honor.

58483

unglove
UNGLOVE, v.t. To take off the gloves. [Not in use.]

58484

ungloved
UNGLOVED, a. Having the hand naked. [Little used.]

58485

unglue
UNGLUE, v.t. to separate any thing that is glued or cemented.

58486

unglued
UNGLU'ED, pp. Loosed from glue or cement.

58487

ungluing
UNGLU'ING, ppr. Separating what is cemented.

58488

ungod
UNGOD', v.t. to divest of divinity.

58489

ungodlily
UNGOD'LILY adv. Impiously; wickedly.

58490

ungodliness
UNGOD'LINESS, n. Impiety; wickedness; disregard of God and his commands and neglect of his ...

58491

ungodly
UNGOD'LY, a.1. Wicked; impious; neglecting the fear and worship of God, or violating his commands. ...

58492

ungored
UNGO'RED, a.1. Not gored; not wounded with a horn.2. Not wounded.

58493

ungorged
UNGORG'ED, a. Not gorged; not filled; not sated.

58494

ungot
UNGOT',

58495

ungotten
UNGOT'TEN, a.1. Not gained.2. Not begotten.

58496

ungovernable
UNGOVERNABLE, a. 1. That cannot be governed; that cannot be ruled or restrained.2. Licentious; ...

58497

ungovernably
UNGOVERNABLY, adv. So as not to be governed or restrained.

58498

ungoverned
UNGOVERNED, a.1. Not being governed.2. Not subjected to laws or principles; not restrained or ...

58499

ungowned
UNGOWN'ED, a. Not having or not wearing a gown.

58500

ungraceful
UNGRA'CEFUL, a. Not graceful; not marked with ease and dignity; wanting beauty and elegance; as ...

58501

ungracefully
UNGRA'CEFULLY, adv. Awkwardly; inelegantly.

58502

ungracefulness
UNGRA'CEFULNESS, n. Want of gracefulness; want of ease and dignity; want of elegance; awkwardness; ...

58503

ungracious
UNGRA'CIOUS, a. 1. Wicked; odious; hateful.2. Offensive; unpleasing; as ungracious manners.3. ...

58504

ungraciously
UNGRA'CIOUSLY, adv.1. With disfavor. The proposal was received ungraciously.2. Not in a pleasing ...

58505

ungrammatical
UNGRAMMAT'ICAL, a. Not according to the established and correct rules of grammar.

58506

ungrammatically
UNGRAMMAT'ICALLY, adv. In a manner contrary to the rules of grammar.

58507

ungranted
UNGR'ANTED, a.1. Not granted; not bestowed; not transferred by deed or gift; as ungranted lands. ...

58508

ungrate
UNGRA'TE, a. Not agreeable; ungrateful. [Not in use.]

58509

ungrateful
UNGRA'TEFUL, a.1. Not grateful; not feeling thankful for favors.2. Not making returns, or making ...

58510

ungratefully
UNGRA'TEFULLY, adv.1. With ingratitude.2. Unpleasingly; unacceptably.

58511

ungratefulness
UNGRA'TEFULNESS, n.1. Ingratitude; want of due feelings of kindness for favors received; ill ...

58512

ungratified
UNGRAT'IFIED, a.1. Not gratified; not compensated.2. Not pleased.3. Not indulged; as ungratified ...

58513

ungravely
UNGRA'VELY, adv. Without gravity or seriousness.

58514

ungrounded
UNGROUND'ED, a. Having no foundation or support; as ungrounded hopes or confidence.

58515

ungroundedly
UNGROUND'EDLY, adv. Without ground or support; without reason.

58516

ungroundedness
UNGROUND'EDNESS, n. Want of foundation or support.

58517

ungrudging
UNGRUDG'ING, a. Not grudging; freely giving.

58518

ungrudgingly
UNGRUDG'INGLY, adv. Without ill will; heartily; cheerfully; as, to bestow charity ungrudgingly.

58519

unguarded
UNGU'ARDED, a.1. Not guarded; not watched.2. Not defended; having no guard.3. Careless; ...

58520

unguardedly
UNGU'ARDEDLY, adv. Without watchful attention to danger; without caution; carelessly; as, to speak ...

58521

unguent
UN'GUENT, n. [L. unguentum, from ungo, to anoint.]Ointment; a soft composition used as a topical ...

58522

unguentous
UNGUENT'OUS, a. Like unguent, or partaking of its qualities.

58523

unguessed
UNGUESS'ED, a. [See Guess.] Not obtained by guess or conjecture.

58524

unguestlike
UNGUEST'LIKE, a. [See Guest.] Not becoming a guest.

58525

unguicular
UNGUIC'ULAR, a. [L. unguis, the nail.] In botany, of the length of the human nails, or half an ...

58526

unguiculate
UNGUIC'ULATE,

58527

unguiculated
UNGUIC'ULATED, a. [L. unguis, a claw.]1. Clawed; having claws.2. In botany, clawed; having a ...

58528

unguided
UNGUI'DED, a.1. Not guided; not led or conducted.2. Not regulated.

58529

unguilty
UNGUILTY, a. ungilt'y. Not guilty; not stained with crime; innocent.

58530

unguinous
UN'GUINOUS, a. [L. unguinosus.] Oily; unctuous; consisting of fat or oil, or resembling it.

58531

ungula
UN'GULA, n. [L. a hoof.] In geometry, a section or part of a cylinder, cut off by a plane oblique ...

58532

ungulate
UN'GULATE, a. Shaped like a hoof.

58533

unhabitable
UNHABITABLE, a. [L. inhabitabilis, inhabito.]That cannot be inhabited by human beings; ...

58534

unhabituated
UNHABIT'UATED, a. Not habituated; not accustomed.

58535

unhacked
UNHACK'ED, a. Not hacked; not cut, notched or mangled.

58536

unhackneyed
UNHACK'NEYED, a. Not hackneyed; not much used or practiced.

58537

unhale
UNHA'LE, a. Unsound; not entire; not healthy.

58538

unhallow
UNHAL'LOW, v.t. To profane; to desecrate.The vanity unhallows the virtue.

58539

unhallowed
UNHAL'LOWED, pp.1. Profaned; deprived of its sacred character.2. a. Profane; unholy; impure; ...

58540

unhand
UNHAND', v.t. To loose from the hand; to let go.

58541

unhandily
UNHAND'ILY, adv. Awkwardly; clumsily.

58542

unhandiness
UNHAND'INESS, n. Want of dexterity; clumsiness.

58543

unhandled
UNHAND'LED, a. Not handled; not treated; not touched.

58544

unhandsome
UNHAND'SOME, a. 1. Ungraceful; not beautiful.I cannot admit that there is anything unhandsome or ...

58545

unhandsomely
UNHAND'SOMELY, adv. 1. Inelegantly; ungracefully.2. Illiberally; unfairly.3. Uncivilly; ...

58546

unhandsomeness
UNHAND'SOMENESS, n.1. Want of beauty and elegance.2. Unfairness; disingenuousness.3. Incivility.

58547

unhandy
UNHAND'Y, a.1. Not dextrous; not skillful; not ready in the use of the hands; awkward; as a person ...

58548

unhang
UNHANG', v.t.1. To divest or strip of hangings, as a room.2. To take from the hinges; as, to ...

58549

unhanged
UNHANG'ED,

58550

unhap
UNHAP', n. Ill luck; misfortune. [Not in use.]

58551

unhappied
UNHAP'PIED, a. Made unhappy. [Not in use.]

58552

unhappily
UNHAP'PILY, adv. Unfortunately; miserably; calamitously.

58553

unhappiness
UNHAP'PINESS, n.1. Misfortune; ill luck.2. Infelicity; misery.It is our great unhappiness, when ...

58554

unhappy
UNHAP'PY, a.1. Unfortunate; unlucky. He has been unhappy in his choice of a partner. Affairs ...

58555

unharassed
UNHAR'ASSED, a. Not harassed; not vexed or troubled.

58556

unharbor
UNH'ARBOR, v.t. To drive from harbor or shelter.

58557

unharbored
UNH'ARBORED, a. Not sheltered, or affording no shelter.

58558

unhardened
UNH'ARDENED, a.1. Not hardened; not indurated; as metal.2. Not hardened; not made obdurate; as ...

58559

unhardy
UNH'ARDY, a.1. Not hardy; feeble; not able to endure fatigue.2. Not having fortitude; not bold; ...

58560

unharmed
UNH'ARMED, a. Unhurt; uninjured; unimpaired.

58561

unharmful
UNH'ARMFUL, a. Not doing harm; harmless; innoxious.Themselves unharmful, let them live unharm'd.

58562

unharmonious
UNHARMO'NIOUS, a.1. Not having symmetry or congruity; disproportionate.2. Discordant; unmusical; ...

58563

unharmoniously
UNHARMO'NIOUSLY, adv. With jarring; discordantly.

58564

unharness
UNH'ARNESS, v.t.1. To strip of harness; to loose from harness or gear.2. To disarm; to divest of ...

58565

unhatched
UNHATCH'ED, a.1. Not hatched; not having left the egg.2. Not matured and brought to light; not ...

58566

unhazarded
UNHAZ'ARDED, a. Not hazarded; not put in danger; not exposed to loss; not adventured.

58567

unhead
UNHEAD, v.t. unhed'. To take out the head of; as, to unhead a cask.

58568

unheaded
UNHEADED, pp. unhed'ed. Having the head taken out.

58569

unheading
UNHEADING, ppr. unhed'ing. Taking out the head of.

58570

unhealthful
UNHEALTHFUL, a. unhelth'ful.1. Not healthful; injurious to health; insalubrious; unwholesome; ...

58571

unhealthfulness
UNHEALTHFULNESS, n. unhelth'fulness.1. Unwholesomeness; insalubriousness; noxiousness to health.2. ...

58572

unhealthily
UNHEALTHILY, adv. unhelth'ily. In an unwholesome or unsound manner.

58573

unhealthiness
UNHEALTHINESS, n. unhelth'iness.1. Want of health; habitual weakness or indisposition; applied to ...

58574

unhealthy
UNHEALTHY, a. unhelth'y.1. Wanting health; wanting a sound and vigorous state of body; habitually ...

58575

unheard
UNHE'ARD, a.1. Not heard; not perceived by the ear.2. Not admitted to audience.What pangs I feel, ...

58576

unheart
UNHE'ART, v.t. To discourage; to depress; to dishearten. [Not in use.]

58577

unheated
UNHE'ATED, a. Not heated; not made hot.

58578

unhedged
UNHEDG'ED, a. Not hedged; not surrounded by a hedge.

58579

unheeded
UNHEE'DED, a. Not heeded; disregarded; neglected.The world's great victor passed unheeded by.

58580

unheedful
UNHEE'DFUL, a. Not cautious; inattentive; careless.

58581

unheeding
UNHEE'DING, a. Not heeding; careless; negligent.

58582

unheedy
UNHEE'DY, a. Precipitate; sudden.

58583

unhele
UNHE'LE, v.t. To uncover. [Not in use.]

58584

unhelmed
UNHELM'ED, a. Having no helm.

58585

unhelped
UNHELP'ED, a. Unassisted; having no aid or auxiliary; unsupported.

58586

unhelpful
UNHELP'FUL, a. Affording no aid.

58587

unhesitating
UNHES'ITATING, a. Not hesitating; not remaining in doubt; prompt; ready.

58588

unhesitatingly
UNHES'ITATINGLY, adv. Without hesitation or doubt.

58589

unhewn
UNHEWN', a. Not hewn; rough.

58590

unhidebound
UNHI'DEBOUND, a. Lax of maw; capacious. [Not in use.]

58591

unhindered
UNHIN'DERED, a. Not hindered; not opposed; exerting itself freely.

58592

unhinge
UNHINGE, v.t. unhinj'.1. To take from the hinges; as, to unhinge a door.2. To displace; to unfix ...

58593

unhoard
UNHOARD, v.t. To steal from a hoard; to scatter.

58594

unholiness
UNHO'LINESS, n.1. Want of holiness; an unsanctified state of the heart.2. Impiety; wickedness; ...

58595

unholy
UNHO'LY, a. 1. Not holy; not renewed and sanctified. 2Timothy 3.2. Profane; not hallowed; not ...

58596

unhonest
UNHON'EST, a. [See Honest.] Dishonest; dishonorable. Obs.

58597

unhonored
UNHON'ORED, a. [See Honor.] Not honored; not regarded with veneration; not celebrated.

58598

unhook
UNHOOK', v.t. To loose from a hook.

58599

unhoop
UNHOOP', v.t. To strip of hoops.

58600

unhoped
UNHO'PED, a. Not hoped for; not so probable as to excite hope.With unhop'd success.Unhoped for, ...

58601

unhopeful
UNHO'PEFUL, a. Such as leaves no room to hope.

58602

unhorned
UNHORN'ED, a. Having no horns.

58603

unhorse
UNHORSE, v.t. unhors'. To throw from a horse; to cause to dismount.

58604

unhorsed
UNHORS'ED, pp. Throwing from a horse; to cause to dismount.

58605

unhorsing
UNHORS'ING, ppr. Throwing from a horse; dismounting.

58606

unhositable
UNHOS'ITABLE, a. Not kind to strangers. [But inhospitable is the word now used.]

58607

unhostile
UNHOS'TILE, a. Not belonging to a public enemy.

58608

unhouse
UNHOUSE, v.t. unhouz'. 1. To drive from the house or habitation; to dislodge.2. To deprive of ...

58609

unhoused
UNHOUS'ED, pp.1. Driven from a house or habitation.2. a. Wanting a house; homeless.3. Having no ...

58610

unhouseled
UNHOUS'ELED, a. s as z. Not having received the sacrament.

58611

unhuman
UNHU'MAN, a. Inhuman. [But inhuman is the word used.]

58612

unhumanize
UNHU'MANIZE, v.t. To render inhuman or barbarous.

58613

unhumbled
UNHUM'BLED, a.1. Not humbled; not affected with shame or confusion; not contrite in spirit.2. In ...

58614

unhung
UNHUNG', a. Not hung upon a gallows; not punished by hanging.

58615

unhurt
UNHURT', a. Not hurt; not harmed; free from wound or injury.

58616

unhurtful
UNHURT'FUL, a. Not hurtful; harmless; innoxious.

58617

unhurtfully
UNHURT'FULLY, adv. Without harm; harmlessly.

58618

unhusbanded
UNHUS'BANDED, a. s as z. 1. Deprived of support; neglected.2. Not managed with frugality.

58619

unhusked
UNHUSK'ED, a. Not being stripped of husks.

58620

unicapsular
UNICAP'SULAR, a. [L. unus, one, and capsula, chest.]Having one capsule to each flower, as a ...

58621

unicorn
U'NICORN, n. [L. unicornis; unus, one, and cornu, horn.]1. an animal with one horn; the ...

58622

unicornous
UNICORN'OUS, a. Having only one horn.

58623

unideal
UNIDE'AL, a. Not ideal; real.

58624

uniflorous
UNIF'LOROUS, a. [L. unus, one, and flos, flower.]Bearing one flower only; as a uniflorous ...

58625

uniform
U'NIFORM a. [L. uniformis; unus, one, and forma, form.]1. Having always the same form or manner; ...

58626

uniformity
UNIFORM'ITY, n.1. resemblance to itself at all times; even tenor; as the uniformity of design in a ...

58627

uniformly
U'NIFORMLY, adv.1. With even tenor; without variation; as a temper uniformly mild.2. Without ...

58628

unigeniture
UNIGEN'ITURE, n. [L. unigenitus; unus and genitus.]The state of being the only begotten.

58629

unigenous
UNIG'ENOUS, a. [L. unigena.] Of one kind; of the same genus.

58630

unilabiate
UNILA'BIATE, a. In botany, having one lip only, as a corol.

58631

unilateral
UNILAT'ERAL, a. [L. unus, one, and latus, side.]1. Being on one side or party only. [Unusual.]2. ...

58632

uniliteral
UNILIT'ERAL, a. [L. unus, one, and litera, letter.] Consisting of one letter only.

58633

unilluminated
UNILLU'MINATED, a.1. Not illuminated; not enlightened; dark.2. Ignorant.

58634

unillustrated
UNILLUS'TRATED, a. Not illustrated; not made plain.

58635

unilocular
UNILOC'ULAR, a. [L. unus, one, and loculus, cell.]Having one cell only; as a unilocular pericarp.

58636

unimaginable
UNIMAG'INABLE, a. Not to be imagined; not to be conceived.

58637

unimaginably
UNIMAG'INABLY, adv. To a degree not to be imagined.

58638

unimagined
UNIMAG'INED, a. Not imagined; not conceived.

58639

unimbued
UNIMBU'ED, a. Not imbued; not tinctured.

58640

unimitable
UNIM'ITABLE, a. That cannot be imitated. [But the word now used is inimitable.]

58641

unimitated
UNIM'ITATED, a. Not imitated.

58642

unimmortal
UNIMMOR'TAL, a. Not immortal; perishable.

58643

unimpairable
UNIMPA'IRABLE, a. Not liable to waste or diminution.

58644

unimpassioned
UNIMPAS'SIONED, a.1. Not endowed with passion.2. Free from passion; calm; not violent; as an ...

58645

unimpeachable
UNIMPE'ACHABLE, a.1. That cannot be impeached; that cannot be accused; free from stain, guilt or ...

58646

unimpeached
UNIMPE'ACHED, a. 1. Not impeached not charged or accused; fair; as an unimpeached character.2. ...

58647

unimpeded
UNIMPE'DED, a. Not impeded; not hindered.

58648

unimplicated
UNIM'PLICATED, a. Not implicated; not involved.

58649

unimplied
UNIMPLI'ED, a. Not implied; not included by fair inference.

58650

unimplored
UNIMPLO'RED, a. Not implored; not solicited.

58651

unimportant
UNIMPORT'ANT, a.1. Not important; not of great moment.2. Not assuming airs of dignity.

58652

unimportuned
UNIMPORTU'NED, a. Not importuned; not solicited.

58653

unimposing
UNIMPO'SING, a. s as z. 1. Not imposing; not commanding respect.2. Not enjoining as obligatory; ...

58654

unimpregnated
UNIMPREG'NATED, a. Not impregnated.

58655

unimpressive
UNIMPRESS'IVE, a. Not impressive; not forcible; not adapted to affect or awaken the passions.

58656

unimprovable
UNIMPROVABLE, a.1. Not capable of improvement, melioration or advancement to a better condition.2. ...

58657

unimprovableness
UNIMPROVABLENESS, n. The quality of being not improvable.

58658

unimproved
UNIMPROVED, a.1. Not improved; not made better or wiser; not advanced in knowledge, manners or ...

58659

unimproving
UNIMPROVING, a. Not improving; not tending to advance or instruct.

58660

unimputable
UNIMPU'TABLE, a. Not imputable or chargeable to.

58661

uninchanted
UNINCH'ANTED, a. Not enchanted; not affected by magic or enchantment; not haunted. [Usually ...

58662

unincreasable
UNINCRE'ASABLE, a. Admitting no increase. [Not in use.]

58663

unincumbered
UNINCUM'BERED, a. 1. Not incumbered; not burdened.2. Free from any temporary estate or interest, ...

58664

unindebted
UNINDEBT'ED, a. 1. Not indebted.2. Not borrowed. [Unusual.]

58665

unindifferent
UNINDIF'FERENT, a. Not indifferent; not unbiased; partial; leaning to one party.

58666

unindorsed
UNINDORS'ED, a. Not indorsed; not assigned; as an unindorsed note or bill.

58667

unindustrious
UNINDUS'TRIOUS, a. Not industrious; not diligent in labor, study or other pursuit.

58668

uninfected
UNINFECT'ED, a.1. Not infected; not contaminated or affected by foul infectious air.2. Not ...

58669

uninfectious
UNINFEC'TIOUS, a. Not infectious; not foul; not capable of communicating disease.

58670

uninflamed
UNINFLA'MED, a.1. Not inflamed; not set on fire.2. Not highly provoked.

58671

uninflammable
UNINFLAM'MABLE, a. Not inflammable; not capable of being set on fire.

58672

uninfluenced
UNIN'FLUENCED, a.1. Not influenced; not persuaded or moved by others, or by foreign ...

58673

uninformed
UNINFORM'ED, a.1. Not informed; not instructed; untaught.2. unanimated; not enlivened.

58674

uninforming
UNINFORM'ING, a. Not furnishing information; uninstructive.

58675

uningenious
UNINGE'NIOUS, a. Not ingenious; dull.

58676

uningenuous
UNINGEN'UOUS, a. Not ingenuous; not frank or candid; disingenuous.

58677

uninhabitable
UNINHAB'ITABLE, a. a. Not inhabitable; that in which men cannot live; unfit to be the residence ...

58678

uninhabitableness
UNINHABITABLENESS, n. The state of being uninhabitable.

58679

uninhabited
UNINHAB'ITED, a. Not inhabited by men; having no inhabitants.

58680

uninitiated
UNINI'TIATED, a. Not initiated.

58681

uninjured
UNIN'JURED, a. Not injured; not hurt; suffering no harm.

58682

uninquisitive
UNINQUIS'ITIVE, a. s as z. Not inquisitive; not curious to search and inquire.

58683

uninscribed
UNINSCRI'BED, a. Not inscribed; having no inscription.

58684

uninspired
UNINSPI'RED, a. Not having received any supernatural instruction or illumination.

58685

uninstructed
UNINSTRUCT'ED, a. 1. Not instructed or taught; not educated.2. Not directed by superior ...

58686

uninstructive
UNINSTRUCT'IVE, a. Not instructive; not conferring improvement.

58687

uninsulated
UNIN'SULATED, a. Not insulated; not being separated or detached from every thing else.

58688

uninsured
UNINSU'RED, a. [See Sure.] Not insured; not assured against loss.

58689

unintelligent
UNINTEL'LIGENT, a.1. Not having reason or consciousness; not possessing understanding.2. Not ...

58690

unintelligibility
UNINTELLIGIBIL'ITY, n. The quality of being not intelligible.

58691

unintelligible
UNINTEL'LIGIBLE, a. Not intelligible; that cannot be understood.

58692

unintelligibly
UNINTEL'LIGIBLY, adv. In a manner not to be understood.

58693

unintended
UNINTEND'ED, a. Not intended; not designed.

58694

unintentional
UNINTEN'TIONAL, a. Not intentional; not designed; done or happening without design.

58695

unintentionally
UNINTEN'TIONALLY, adv. Without design or purpose.

58696

uninterested
UNIN'TERESTED, a.1. Not interested; not having any interest or property in; having nothing at ...

58697

uninteresting
UNIN'TERESTING, a. Not capable of exiting an interest, or of engaging the mind or passions; as an ...

58698

unintermission
UNINTERMIS'SION, n. Defect or failure of intermission.

58699

unintermitted
UNINTERMIT'TED, a. Not intermitted; not interrupted; not suspended for a time; continued.

58700

unintermitting
UNINTERMIT'TING, a. Not intermitting; not ceasing for a time; continuing.

58701

unintermittingly
UNINTERMIT'TINGLY, adv. Without cessation; continually.

58702

unintermixed
UNINTERMIX'ED, a. Not intermixed; not mingled.

58703

uninterpolated
UNIN'TERPOLATED, a. Not interpolated; not inserted at a time subsequent to the original writing.

58704

uninterrupted
UNINTERRUPT'ED, a.1. Not interrupted; not broken.2. Not disturbed by intrusion or avocation.

58705

uninterruptedly
UNINTERRUPT'EDLY, adv. Without interruption; without disturbance.

58706

unintrenched
UNINTRENCH'ED, a. Not intrenched; not defended by intrenchments.

58707

unintricated
UNIN'TRICATED, a. Not perplexed; not obscure or intricate. [Not in use.]

58708

unintroduced
UNINTRODU'CED, a. Not introduced; not properly conducted; obtrusive.

58709

uninured
UNINU'RED, a. Not inured; not hardened by use or practice.

58710

uninvented
UNINVENT'ED, a. Not invented; not found out.

58711

uninvested
UNINVEST'ED, a.1. Not invested; not clothed.2. Not converted into some species of property less ...

58712

uninvestigable
UNINVES'TIGABLE, a. That cannot be investigated or searched out.

58713

uninvidious
UNINVID'IOUS, a. Not invidious.

58714

uninvited
UNINVI'TED, a. Not invited; not requested; not solicited.

58715

union
U'NION, n. [L. unio, to unite, from unus, one.]1. The act of joining two or more things into one, ...

58716

uniparous
UNIP'AROUS, a. [L. unus, one, and pario, to bear.] Producing one at a birth.

58717

uniradiated
UNIRA'DIATED, a. Having one ray.

58718

unirritated
UNIR'RITATED, a.1. Not irritated; not fretted.2. Not provoked or angered.

58719

unirritating
UNIR'RITATING, a. 1. Not irritating or fretting.2. Not provoking.3. Not exciting.

58720

unison
U'NISON, n. [L. unus, one, and sonur, sound.]1. In music, an accordance or coincidence of sounds, ...

58721

unisonance
UNIS'ONANCE, n. Accordance of sounds.What constitutes unisonance is the equality of the number of ...

58722

unisonant
UNIS'ONANT, a. Being in unison; having the same degree of gravity or acuteness.

58723

unisonous
UNIS'ONOUS, a. Being in unison.

58724

unit
U'NIT, n. [L. unus, one; unitas, unity.]1. One; a word which denotes a single thing or person; ...

58725

unitarian
UNITA'RIAN, n. [L. unitus, unus.] One who denies the doctrine of the trinity, and ascribes ...

58726

unitarianism
UNITA'RIANISM, n. The doctrines of Unitarians, who contend for the unity of the Godhead, in ...

58727

unite
UNI'TE, v.t. [L. unio, unitus.]1. To put together or join two or more things, which make one ...

58728

united
UNI'TED, pp. Joined; made to agree; cemented; mixed; attached by growth.United flowers, are such ...

58729

uniter
UNI'TER, n. The person or thing that unites.

58730

uniting
UNI'TING, ppr. Joining; causing to agree; consolidating; coalescing; growing together.

58731

unition
UNI'TION, n. Junction; act of uniting. [Not in use.]

58732

unitive
U'NITIVE, a. Having the power of uniting. [Not used.]

58733

unity
U'NITY, n. [L. unitas.]1. The state of being one; oneness. Unity may consist of a simple ...

58734

univalve
U'NIVALVE, a. [L. unus, one, and valve.] Having one valve only, as a shell or pericarp.U'NIVALVE, ...

58735

univalvular
UNIVALV'ULAR, a. Having one valve only; as a univalvular pericap or shell.

58736

universal
UNIVERS'AL, a. [L. universalis;unus and versor.]1. All; extending to or comprehending the whole ...

58737

universalism
UNIVERS'ALISM, n. In theology, the doctrine or belief that all men will be saved or made happy in ...

58738

universalist
UNIVERS'ALIST, n. One who holds the doctrine that all men will be saved.

58739

universality
UNIVERSAL'ITY, n. The state of extending to the whole; as the universality of a proposition; the ...

58740

universally
UNIVERS'ALLY, adv. With extension to the whole; in a manner to comprehend all; without exception. ...

58741

universalness
UNIVERS'ALNESS, n. Universality.

58742

universe
U'NIVERSE, n. [L. universitas.]The collective name of heaven and earth, and all that belongs to ...

58743

university
UNIVERS'ITY, n. An assemblage of colleges established in any place, with professors for ...

58744

univocal
UNIV'OCAL, a. [L. unus, one, and vox, word.]1. Having one meaning only. A univocal word is ...

58745

univocally
UNIV'OCALLY, adv. 1. In one term; in one sense. How is sin univocally distinguished into venial ...

58746

univocation
UNIVOCA'TION, n. Agreement of name and meaning.

58747

univoke
U'NIVOKE, a. In music, univocal concords are the octave and its recurrences, above or below.

58748

univoque
U'NIVOQUE,

58749

unjoint
UNJOINT', v.t. To disjoint.

58750

unjointed
UNJOINT'ED, a.1. Disjointed; separated.2. Having no joint or articulation; as an unjointed stem.

58751

unjoyous
UNJOY'OUS, a. Not joyous; not gay or cheerful.

58752

unjudged
UNJUDG'ED, a. Not judged; not judicially determined.

58753

unjust
UNJUST', a.1. Not just; acting contrary to the standard of right established by the divine law; ...

58754

unjustifiable
UNJUST'IFIABLE, a. Not justifiable; that cannot be proved to be right; not to be vindicated or ...

58755

unjustifiableness
UNJUST'IFIABLENESS, n. The quality of not being justifiable.

58756

unjustifiably
UNJUST'IFIABLY, adv. In a manner that cannot be justified or vindicated.

58757

unjustified
UNJUST'IFIED, a. 1. Not justified or vindicated.2. Not pardoned.

58758

unjustly
UNJUST'LY, adv. In an unjust manner; wrongfully.

58759

unked
UNKED,

58760

unkemmed
UNKEM'MED,

58761

unkempt
UNKEMPT', a. Uncombed; unpolished. [Obsolete, except in poetry.]

58762

unkennel
UNKEN'NEL, v.t.1. To drive from his hole; as, to unkennel a fox.2. To rouse from secrecy or ...

58763

unkenneled
UNKEN'NELED, pp. Driven or let loose from confinement, as a fox or dog.

58764

unkent
UNKENT', a. [un and ken, to know.] Unknown. Obs.

58765

unkept
UNKEPT', a.1. Not kept; not retained; not preserved.2. Not observed; not obeyed; as a command.

58766

unkerneled
UNKERN'ELED, a. Destitute of a kernel.

58767

unkid
UNKID, for uncouth, odd; strange. [Not in use.]

58768

unkind
UNKIND, a. 1. Not kind; not benevolent; not favorable; not obliging.2. Unnatural.

58769

unkindly
UNKINDLY, a.1. Unnatural; contrary to nature; as an unkindly crime.2. Unfavorably; malignant; as ...

58770

unkindness
UNKINDNESS, n. 1. Want of kindness; want of natural affection; want of good will.2. Disobliging ...

58771

unking
UNKING', v.t To deprive of royalty.

58772

unkinglike
UNKING'LIKE,

58773

unkingly
UNKING'LY, a. Unbecoming a king; not noble.

58774

unkissed
UNKISS'ED, a. Not kissed.

58775

unkle
UNKLE. [See Uncle.]

58776

unknightly
UNKNIGHTLY, a. Unbecoming a knight.

58777

unknit
UNKNIT', v.t.1. To separate threads that are knit; to open; to loose work that is knit or ...

58778

unknot
UNKNOT', v.t. To free from knots; to untie.

58779

unknow
UNKNOW, v.t. To cease to know. [Not in use.]

58780

unknowable
UNKNOWABLE, a. That cannot be known.

58781

unknowing
UNKNOWING, a. Not knowing; ignorant; with of.Unknowing of deceit.

58782

unknowingly
UNKNOWINGLY, adv. Ignorantly; without knowledge or design.

58783

unknown
UNKNOWN, a.1. Not known. The author of the invention is unknown.2. Greater than is imagined.3. ...

58784

unlabored
UNLA'BORED, a. 1. Not produced by labor; as unlabored harvests.2. Not cultivated by labor; not ...

58785

unlaborious
UNLABO'RIOUS, a. Not laborious; not difficult to be done.

58786

unlace
UNLA'CE, v.t 1. To loose from lacing or fastening by a cord or strings passed through loops and ...

58787

unlaced
UNLA'CED, pp. Loosed from lacing; unfastened.

58788

unlacing
UNLA'CING, ppr. Loosing from lacing or fastening.

58789

unlackeyed
UNLACK'EYED, a. Unattended with a lackey.

58790

unlade
UNLA'DE, v.t.1. To unload; to take out the cargo of; as, to unlade a ship.2. To unload; to ...

58791

unladen
UNLA'DEN, pp. of lade. Unloaded.

58792

unlaid
UNLA'ID, a. 1. Not placed; not fixed.2. Not allayed; not pacified; not suppressed.3. Not laid ...

58793

unlamented
UNLAMENT'ED, a. Not lamented; whose loss is not deplored.Thus unlamented pass the proud away.

58794

unlarded
UNL'ARDED, a. Not intermixed or inserted for improvement.

58795

unlatch
UNLATCH', v.i. To open or loose by lifting the latch.

58796

unlaureled
UNLAU'RELED, a. Not crowned with laurel; not honored.

58797

unlavish
UNLAV'ISH, a. Not lavish; not profuse; not wasteful.

58798

unlavished
UNLAV'ISHED, a. Not lavished; not spent wastefully.

58799

unlaw
UNLAW', v.t. To deprive of the authority of law.

58800

unlawful
UNLAW'FUL, a. Not lawful; contrary to law; illegal; not permitted by law.Unlawful assembly, in ...

58801

unlawfully
UNLAW'FULLY, adv. 1. In violation of law or right; illegally.2. Illegitimately; not in wedlock; ...

58802

unlawfulness
UNLAW'FULNESS, n.1. Illegality; contrariety to law.2. Illegitimacy.

58803

unlearn
UNLEARN', v.t. unlern'. To forget or lose what has been learned. It is most important to us all ...

58804

unlearned
UNLEARN'ED, pp.1. Forgotten.2. a. Not learned; ignorant; illiterate; not instructed.3. Not ...

58805

unlearnedly
UNLEARN'EDLY, adv. Ignorantly.

58806

unlearnedness
UNLEARN'EDNESS, n. want of learning; illiterateness.

58807

unleavened
UNLEAVENED, a. unlev'ened. Not leavened; not raised by leaven, barm or yeast. Ex. 12.

58808

unlectured
UNLEC'TURED, a. Not taught by lecture.

58809

unleisured
UNLEISURED, a. unlezh'ured. Not having leisure. [Not in use.]

58810

unlent
UNLENT', a. Not lent.

58811

unless
UNLESS', conj.Except; that is, remove or dismiss the fact or thing stated in the sentence or clause ...

58812

unlessoned
UNLES'SONED, a. Not taught; not instructed.

58813

unlettered
UNLET'TERED, a. Unlearned; untaught; ignorant.

58814

unletteredness
UNLET'TEREDNESS, n. Want of learning.

58815

unleveled
UNLEV'ELED, a. Not leveled; not laid even.

58816

unlibidinous
UNLIBID'INOUS, a. Not libidinous; not lustful.

58817

unlicensed
UNLI'CENSED, a. Not licensed; not having permission by authority; as an unlicensed innkeeper.The ...

58818

unlicked
UNLICK'ED, a. shapeless; not formed to smoothness; as an unlicked bear whelp.

58819

unlighted
UNLIGHTED, a.1. Not lighted; not illuminated.2. Not kindled or set on fire.

58820

unlightsome
UNLIGHTSOME, a. Dark; gloomy; wanting light.

58821

unlike
UNLI'KE, a. 1. Dissimilar; having no resemblance. Never were two men more unlike. The cases are ...

58822

unlikelihood
UNLI'KELIHOOD,

58823

unlikeliness
UNLI'KELINESS, n. Improbability.

58824

unlikely
UNLI'KELY, a.1. Improbably; such as cannot be reasonably expected; as an unlikely event. The ...

58825

unlikeness
UNLI'KENESS n. Want of resemblance; dissimilitude.

58826

unlimber
UNLIM'BER, a. Not limber; not flexible; not yielding.

58827

unlimitable
UNLIM'ITABLE, a. Admitting no limits; boundless. [We now us illimitable.]

58828

unlimited
UNLIM'ITED, a.1. Not limited; having no bounds; boundless.2. Undefined; indefinite; not bounded ...

58829

unlimitedly
UNLIM'ITEDLY, adv. Without bounds.

58830

unlimitedness
UNLIM'ITEDNESS, n. The state of being boundless, or of being undefined.

58831

unlineal
UNLIN'EAL, a. Not in a line; not coming in the order of succession.

58832

unlink
UNLINK', v.t. To separate links; to loose; to unfasten: to untwist.

58833

unliquidated
UNLIQ'UIDATED, a.1. Not liquidated; not settled; not having the exact amount ascertained; as an ...

58834

unliquified
UNLIQ'UIFIED, a. Unmelted; not dissolved.

58835

unliquored
UNLIQ'UORED, a. Not moistened; not smeared with liquor; not filled with liquor.

58836

unlistening
UNLIS'TENING, a. Not listening; not hearing; not regarding.

58837

unliveliness
UNLI'VELINESS, n. Want of life; dullness.

58838

unlively
UNLI'VELY, a. Not lively; dull.

58839

unload
UNLOAD, v.t.1. To take the load from; to discharge of a load or cargo; as, to unload a ship; to ...

58840

unloaded
UNLOADED, pp. Freed from a load or cargo; disburdened.

58841

unloading
UNLOADING, ppr. Freeing from a load or cargo; disburde