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Unsad adjNot firm or steadfast, unreliable. 2. not firm, hard or solid. 3. free from sadness; not made sad.
Unsaddle vbTo remove a saddle from. 2. to remove from the saddle; unhorse; dislodge.
Unsaid vbNot said, spoken or uttered.
Unsailed adjNot yet launched or sailed in. 2. deprived of or without a sail.
Unsailor-like adjNot like a sailor; unbecoming to or of a sailor, not in accordance with the position or character of a sailor.
UnsailorlyadvIn an unsailorly manner; unlike a sailor.
Unsained adjUnblessed; esp. not formally blessed or protected by a blessing.
Unsaked adjNot guilty, innocent.
Unsalted adjNot containing salt; as an "unsalted stream".
Unsame vbTo alter, change.
Unsamen advNot in union or harmony.
Unsapped adjNot sappe; not exhausted.
Unsappy adjNot containing or having little sap, as "a small, thin, sappy leaf".
Unsaught nDiscord, dissension, hostile speech.
Unsaughted adjAt variance or enmity; hostile. 2. dissatisfied, displeased. 3. not at ease, embarrassed, troubled, distressed.
Unsaughtily advIn a manner of discord, enmity. 2. dissatisfactorily, with distressed.
Unsaughtness nThe state or condition of hostility, enmity, displeasure, embarrassment.
Unsawn adjUncut, hewn or unprepared.
Un-Saxon adjNot of Saxon origin. 2. not in a manner of things Saxon.
Unsay vbTo deny, to withdraw, retract, recant, unspeak or revoke (something said or written)
Unsayed adjUntried, untested.
Unsaying nThe act of withdrawing or retracting said or written. 2. a denial.
Unsayer nOne who withdraws or retracts something said or written.
Unsayly adjUnspeakable.
Unsayworthy adjOf a word or expression not fit to say, because of its offensiveness, discriminating tone, denigration and prejudice, etc.
Unscathed adjWithout suffering any injury; uninjured.
Unscatheful adjHarmless.
Unscored adjA play without, or not yet provided with, a musical score. 2. something, esp. a series of items untallied, not yet reckoned, added up or accounted for.
Unseamed vbTo open the seam or seam of.
Unseared adjNot seared, or withered by heat. 2. not made hard or calloused by heat.
Unseat vbTo remove from a seat or fixed position. 2. to unhorse. 3. to deprive of office or rank; to depose.
Unseaworthiness nIn an unfit condition for a sea voyage, said of a vessel. 2. with leaks, rotten-nes, untrustworthiness, untightness
Unseaworthy adjNot Seawothy.
Unseeded adjIn tennis a player not ranked. ??
Unsee vbTo avoid seeing; to leave, or make, unseen.
Unseeing adjUnable or unwilling to see or consider.
Unseen adjInvisible; not seeing; lacking sight.
Unseeking adjNot trying to find out or discover. 2. not seeking to obtain.
Unseel vbTo unsew or uncover the eyes of a hawk, etc. 2. fig. to open, unclose, reveal.
Unseely adjOf persons: unfortunate, unhappy, miserable, wretched. 2. misfortune-bringing, esp. on oneself or others. 3. of animals: mischievous, harmful. 4. of things, conditions, etc. causing, involving or accompanied by misfortune or unhappiness.
Unseen adjNot seen; not apprehended by sight, unperceived, invisible. 2. not seen previously or hitherto; especially: unfamiliar, strange; unknown. 3. of translation passages: not previously read or unprepared. 4. unskilled, inexperienced.
Unseen phr"Unseen, Unrued" - out of sight, out of mind.
Unseenly advInvisibly.
Unselde advUnseldom or not at widely separated intervals; as of time or space; not infrequent or infrequent.
Unseldom adjInfrequently, not seldom.
Unsele nUnhappiness, misery, ill-luck, misfortune. 2. an improper time. 3. an unseemly matter.
Unsele adjWretched, evil, wicked. 2. unlucky, unfortunate. 3. unselely, unselly.
Unself nDeprivation of self and selfish qualities.
Unselfed adjThat which directs one to the welfare and interests of others.
Unselfish adjNot selfish or greedy; generous. 2. kind, charitable, altruistic, self-denying.
Unselfishness nThe condition of not being concerned with one's own interest, advantage, etc. in the total exclusion of the interest of others
Unself-love nThe instinct by which one's actions are not directed to the promotion of one's own welfare or well-being, especially an excessive regard for the well-being of others . 2. humbleness; self-effacement, lack of vanity. 3. unnarcissism
Unselfly advIn a manner that put other's interests ahead of one's own. 2. "she attends unselfly meetings, participates in discussions and is extremely involved in neighbourhood issues".
Unselfishness nThe condition of not being concerned with one's own interest, advantage, etc. in the total exclusion of the interest of others.
Unself-willedadjNot stubborn or obstinate willful in pursuing one's own wishes, aims, etc.
Unself-willed-ness nState or quality of not pursuing one's own interests above those of others.
Unselling nThe dissuading from the belief in the desirability, value or truth something.
Unselth nUnhappiness, infelicity, misery.
Unsene adjInvisible, not obvious.
Unsent adjNot sent for, unsummoned. 2. not dispatched.
Unset vbTo put out of place; to undo the setting of. 2. to get out of place or position.
Unsete adjUnbecoming, improper, bad. 2. unpleasant, painful. 3. unwholesome. 4. of persons: Ill-disposed, dissatisfied or discontent.
Unsetting nNot going beneath the horizon.
Unsettle vbTo undo from a fixed position. 2. to unfix, unfasten, loosen. 3. to force out of a settled condition. 4. to deprive of fixity or quiet. 5. to be unsettled. 6. to clear of settlers.
Unsettling nThe altering from a settled state; causing to be no longer firmly fixed or established; rendering unstable; disturb. 2. the shaking or weakening (beliefs, feelings, etc.); causing doubt or uncertainty about. 3. the vexing or agitating the mind or emotions of; upset; discompose: "the quarrel unsettled her. 4. the unfixing or disordering of something or someone.
Unsettled adjAltered from a settled state; no longer unfirmly fixed or established; unstable; disturbed: 2. shaken or weaken (in beliefs, feelings, etc.); doubted or uncertain. 3. vexed or agitated in the mind or emotions of; upset; discomposed. 4. unfixed or disordered. 5. upset, disturbed, unbalanced, confused, disconcerted.
Unsew vbTo undo the sewing (of a garment). 2. to remove the stitches from. 3. to unwrap, uncover, set free by the removal of stitches.
Unshackle vbTo free from shackle or fetter. 2. to untie, detach.
Unshackledom nDivorce; freedom from marriage (slang). 2. freedom from imprisonment (slang).
Unshackled adjNot fettered or chained. 2. fig. anything that prevents freedom of thought, action, procedure.
Unshade vbTo expose to the sun, sunlight and sunshine.
Unshaded adjNot darkened or obscured by shade; not covered by a shade or blind. 2. not provided with shade. 3. fully exposed to light or heat. 4. not having shades in colouring: not modified or toned down. 5. not marked with shady lines.
Unshadow vbTo free from shadow; to allow to become illuminated. 2. fig. to disclose, reveal. 3. computing) to combine (a password file) with its corresponding "shadow file" in order to facilitate cracking of the passwords.
Unshadowed adjNot covered or darkened by shadow.
Unshaken adjNot agitated. 2. not moved from a fixed position.
Unshamed adjNot put to shame; unashamed.
Unshamedfast adjUnshamefaced. 2. immodest of person, the mind, heart, conduct.
Unshamedfastly advImmodestly; unshamedfacely.
Unshamedfastness nImmodestly of quality or conduct.
Unshamefully advIn a shameful or immodest manner.
Unshamefulness nShameful-less-ness.
Unshape vbTo deform, destroy.
Unshaped adjImperfectedly formed; left rough or rude.
Unshapeful adjWithout form or shape.
Unshapefulness nShapelessness.
Unshapeless adjCrude, rude in form or shape.
Unshapeliness nLack of shape or form; unshaped.
Unshapely advMisshapenly; misshapen of form.
Unshapen vbNot shaped; imperfectedly formrd, badly shaped.
Unshared adjNot shared with or by another or others.
Unsharp adjBluntish, not acute or clear. 2. not acute as in the senses. 3. not keen edged or pointed. 4. not pungent. 5. unshrill or harsh.
Unsharpness nState (sense) or quality of lacking sharpness, clarity or acuteness. 2. unpungency. 3. harshness or shrill of sound.
Unshaved adjNot shaven.
Unshaven adjNot smooth, planed, or pared away with a tool or instrument. 2. of hair: not removed with a razor.
Unshavenness nNot in an unshaven aspect or appearance, as "what avails Sampson's strength, if God gives a key to a secret of it which resides in his strength".
Unsheaf vbTo unsheaf or take wheat or others grain from their sheath or covering.
UnsheathevbTo draw or take out a weapon from its scabbard, as unsheathe a sword. 2. to begin hostilities or war by drawing one sword from it scabbard. 3. to draw, take out, remove a covering.
Unnsheathed adjDrawn from a sheath, as a weapon. 2. removed from a covering, as a plant.
Unsheathing ppNot drawing a weapon from the sheath. 2. not covering with a sheath or covering.
Unshed vbNot t shed, pour out, or spill. 2. to not part or separate.
Unsheenadjnot beautiful, lacking brightness, unresplendent.
Unsheet vbTo take a bed-covering from; to uncover.
Unshell vbTake from a shell.
Unshelled adjTo take a an exterior cover from a fruit, animal or object.
Unsheltered adjNot sheltered.
Unshending ppNot harming or injuring.
Unshent adjNot disgraced, ruined. 2. not shamed, subjected to discomfit or reproach. 3. uninjured, unharmed, unspoiled.
Unsherperded adjNot tended to, as a sherperd to a flock. 2. (lit and fig) in many senses: untended, unprotected, uncared for.
Unsheriff vbTo deprive a city etc of a sheriff. 2. to lose one's position as a sheriff.
Unshewing adjHidden, secret, esoteric.
Unshielded adjWithout any defensive armour. 2. (fig): unprotected, left to fend for oneself, defenceless.
Unshifted adjot rearranged, changed, altered, removed or reassigned.
Unshiftiness nNot having inclination, or given to, full of evasion. 2. wiyhout ruse or tickery. 3. not suggesting a deceptive or evasive character.
Unshimmering adjUnshining, glimmering, glittering.
Unshining adjNot bright or light, "as heavenly bodies so unshining".
Unship vbTo take out or remove from a ship; to put on shore from a vessel. 2. to deprive of a ship; dismiss from a ship. 3. to admit of being detached from a ship. 4. to become detached. 5. of a horse, to throw, unseat a rider. 6. to unbalance, upset.
Unshiplike adjNot resembling or characteristic of a ship.
Unship-shape adjNot in good order, well-arranged, trim or tidy.
Unshirted adjNot wearing or possessing a shirt.
Unshirted phr"Unshirted Hell" - serious trouble, a bad time.
Unshivered adjNot prone to shake or tremble with cold, fear, excitement. 2. not trembling or quivering.
Unshod adjOf persons or the feet: having shoes or shoe not put on, or taken off; barefooted. 2. of horses: having cast off a shoe; or not furnished with shoes. 3. of horse's feet: not protected with an iron rim piece.
Unshoe vbTo remove the shoes fro, as a horse.
Unshoe-the-horse nThe plant: Moonwort.
Unshop vbTo throw out of employment ("The Shop" - work or employment). 2. to return not yet bought goods to the shelf while shopping.
Unshorn adjOf cloth: not shorn, cut or cropped. 2. of person's hair: not cut. 3. of cornfields: not reduced or diminished; not deprived of something.
Unshot pplNot fixed or left on. 2. not struck by a shot; not shot at. 3. grain not come into ear; not sprouted. 4. not shot out or deposited.
Unshouldered adjNot to take upon, bear, support or carry by the shoulder. 2.(fig.)- not to bear a burden or difficulty. 3. "the berries of the species had long, unshouldered bunches."
Unshowered adjNot moistened by a shower. 2. unwashed, unbathed, unshowered, hence: dirty and unclean in self-care.
Unshowy adjNot showy, flash or ostentatious. 2. invisible, unseen, out of sight.
Unshrinking adjUnhesitating, fearless.
Unshrinkingly advIn a fearless or unshrinking manner.
Unshriven vbNot shriven; not having received absolution from a priest.
Unshroud vbTo remove the shroud from; expose.
Unshunning adjUnavoidable. 2. not keeping away from ( a place, person, object) from motives of dislike, fear or caution.
Unshut adjNot opened, undone or unlocked, as a door. 2. not shut; wide-open.
Unshutter vbTo open the shutter of a window.
Unshy nNot bashful, un-retiring, not easily frightened, not timid or meek, secure, assured.
Unsibby adjNot related by family or kin. 2. unsibbed.
Unsicker adjuncertain, unsafe, insecure.
Unsickerly advUnsafely, unsurely, uncertainly, insecurely.
Unsickerness nUncertainty.
Unsifted adjNot sifted; not examined in detail, as evidence.
Unsight phr"Unsight Unseen" - sight unseen.
Unsighted adjNot sighted or seen. 2. prevented from seeing
Unsightful adjInvisible, not seen, not visible. 2. unhandsome, ugly, distasteful, disagreeable.
Unsightfully advInvisibly.
Unsightliness nThe state of being unpleasant to the sight. 2.
Unsightly advNot pleasing or distasteful to the sight, unpleasing to the eye, or to look at; unhandsomely, ugly. 2. invisibly. 3. in an unsightly manner.
Unsilvered adjNot coated or treated with silver, as a mirror back.
Unsin vbTo annul (a sin) by subsequent action. 2. to free (a person) from being a sinner. 3. to divest of the character of a sin.
Unsinew vbTo render weak or feeble; to enervate. 2. to weaken the strength, power, resilience.
Unsinewed adjNot strong, feeble, nerveless.
Unsinewy adj"I do not praise the soft, unsinewy goodness of the P.M." 2. weak, unsupportive, lacking a mainstay.
Unsinful adjObedience to divine law, religious or moral principle. 2. impeccable, probious, good (of behaviour).
Unsing vb"A thought once thought is never unthought or a melody sung unsung".
Unsinged adjNot scorched or burnt.
Unsinking adjTo remain at the same level: not gradually sinking or gradually settling to a lower level, as "unsinking sand".
Unsinning adjImpeccable, perfect, without sin.
Unsister vbTo deprive of a sister. 2. to denounce or reject one's sister.
Unsisterliness nThe lacking of the quality of a sister.
Unsisterly advNot sisterly; unbecoming to a sister.
Unsitting adjUnbecoming, unfitting. 2. not inclined to a sedentary position of state
Unskilful adjLacking or not evincing skilfulness; awkward..
Unskilfully advIn an unskilful manner.
Unskilfulness nThe condition of being skilful.
Unskilled adjLacking or wanting of skill, dexterity or knowledge.
Unslack adjTight, taut, tense. 2. "my joints are yet nimble, my sinews unslack". 3. active, busy, vigorous.
Unslackened adjNot indolent, careless, or remiss. 2. not dull, sluggish or inactive. 3. active, busy.
Unslain adjNot put to death, not killed or murdered.
Unslaked adjNot made less active, intense or vigorous. 2. of thirst: not assuaged, quenched or allayed. 3. of wealth: desire: not achieved or satisfied.
Unsleep vb"Sleep once had cannot be slept again".
Unsleeping adjUnable to go to sleep or slumber. 2. vigilant, watchful, alert, tireless, awake. 3. "the eyes of God ever awake".
Unsleepliness nSleeplessness; "insomnia".
Unsleepingly advIn a manner free of sleep; awakingly, vigilantly, alertly.
Unslept adjNot having slept. 2. not slept in. 3. not slept of. 4. deprived of sleep
Unslothful adjNot incline to laziness, indolence, slackness or idleness.
Unslothfulness nThe state or quality of being unslothful.
Unslow adjNot slow, inactive, unalert, dull.
Unsmart adjNot acutely painful or hurting. 2. not sharp in pain of severely suffering. 3. not biting, stinging, prickling. 4. not alert of mind, thoughts, action. 5. not brisk, vigorous or active. 6. not neat or trim of appearance or dress.
Unsmelled adjWithout odour or smell, smell-less; without offensive smell. 2. not scenty.
Unsmelling adjNot scented, odoured, or smelling.
Unsmiling adjWithout a pleased or amused expression on the face. 2. without a pleasant or agreeable appearance or aspect.
Unsmilingly advOf an unsmiling appearance.
Unsmilingness nThe state or quality of being unsmiling.
UnsmittenadjUnstruck, untouched, unaffected.
Unsmoked adjNot smoked; not exposed to smoke. 2.not consumed by smoking.
Unsmoky adjWithout or having little smoke, as "unsmoky fire".
Unsmooth adjNot smooth, not having a surface free from irregularities; rough, hrash. 2. of manners, behaviour: not pleaasant, affable, bland, plausible. 3. of sounds, speech: screechy, strident, harsh, raucous.
Unsmoothness nThe state or quality of being unsmooth, not having a surface free from irregularities; rough, harsh. 2. of manners, behaviour: not pleaasant, affable, bland, plausible. 3. of sounds, speech: screechy, strident, harsh, raucous.
Unsmoothed adjNot made smooth, left rough. 2. of voltagewithany ripple left in it.
Unsmote vbNot struck, hit or smited.
Unsodden adjNot boiled.OE meanings: boiled, saturated with moisture, dull, stupid, expressionless; dull.
Unsoft adjNot hard, not soft or severe.
Unsoft advNot softly; not severely.
Unsoftened adjNot yielding readily to touch or pressure. 2. staying hard.
Unsoftening adjNot softening or becoming subdued.
Unsoiled adjNot covered or treated with manure. 2. not blemished, marked or marred in any way.
Unsold adjNot disposed of by sale.
Unsome advAt variance; in a hostile way; unisome.
Unson vbTo deprive of a son. 2. deprive of the character or state of a son.
Unsonlike adjNot like a son in character and behaviour.
Unsoothed adjUnflattered by assent.
Unsoothfast adjNot truthful or true.
Unsore adjUnsuffering of body by disease. 2. unpainful or aching. 3. without grief or sorrow. 4. without broken or inflamed skin.
Unsorrow nA state of feigning sorrow; saying sorry but not meaning it.
Unsorrowed adjWithout mental pain or distress.
Unsought ppNot obtained by search or effort. 2. without being sought. 3. unassailed. 4. unexamined, unexplored. 5. unasked, without being requested, not resolved to, untried.
Unsoul vbTo deprive of spirit or courage. make soul-less. 3. to deprive of the essential qualities of a soul.
Unsouled ppDeprived of a soul. 2. not endowed with a soul.
Unsoulish adjNot enjoying or having the spirit of a soul, as "he felt for a moment that he was living a miserably thin, formal, unsoulish life". 2. spiritless.
Unsound nPhysical unsoundness. 2. malady, sickness, a wound, sore. 3. harm, distress, annoyance.
Unsound adjOf a person: not physically sound, unhealthy, unwholesome, diseased; suffering from wounds or injury. 2. not mentally sound or normal; not sane 3. morally corrupt or vitiated 4. not sincere or true. 5. wicked, evil. 6. of opinions, beliefs: not soundly based on fact, logic or reasoning. 7. lacking in solidity or firmness. 8. of sleep: broken or disturbed. 9. of substances, plants, fruit: not in a sound or good condition.
Unsound phr"Of Unsound Mind" - mad.
Unsoundly adjTo act in a manner to hurt or harm; harmfully, injuriously.
Unsoundness nThe quality of being physically, or materially unsound. 2.quality of being mentally unsound. 3. unwholesomeness. 4. quality of unsoundness in belief: not based on fact, priciples or good grounds.
Unsoured adjNot tart or acidic in taste. 2. not rancid or mildewed. 3. not bitter or extremely distasteful. 4. not morose or peevish.
Unsowed adjUnplanted of seed (so that it may grow); unsown. 2. of ideas, proposals, scheme not implemented.
Unsown adjNot planted.
Unspanned ppNot supported. 2. not covering or extending between two points.
Unspared adjNot spared, liberal or excessive. 2. without mercy, harsh, severe.
Unsparing adjNot sparing; liberal or profuse; excessive. 2. unmerciful; harsh; severe. 3. ungenerous, unlavish, unbountiful. 2. merciless, unrelenting, relentless
Unsparingly advIn an unsparing way: lavish, profuse; merciless.
Unsparingness nThe state of quality of being unsparing.
Unsparkling adjUneffervescent. 2. not gleaming or sparkling.
Unspeak vb"I will speak again which is unspoken".
Unspeak vbTo remain unspoken or silent. 2. recant, unsay. 3. mode of speech that persuades by stealth, e.g., climate change.
Unspeaking ppUnspeakable, ineffable, not speaking, unable to speak.
Unspear vbTo free from being transfixed. 2. to open.
Unsped ppNot having succeed in an errand or effort. 2. not accomplished, not done or discharged; not brought in a successful result or issue.
Unspeechful adjNot worthy of speech and expression. "lighting up their land of pain and unspeechful expectations".
Unspeed nOE: poverty. 2. lack of good speed or success, misfortune, detriment, harm. 3. unprofitable labour,
Unspeedful adjUnprofitable, of no avail.
Unspeedy adjIn OE: poor, indigent. 2. of land: barren, unproductive, unprofitable, unsuccessful, slow, sluggish.
Unspeer nAn unmasking, unenquiry.
Unspeered adjUnasked; unenqiried or without enquiry.
Unspell vbUndo or dissolve a spell. 2. to free from a spell. 3. to decipher, read, understand.
Unspelling nThe act or action of undoing or dissolving a spell.
Unspent adjNot expended or used. 2. not exhausted or used up.
Unspilled adjNot spilled. 2. not spilt.
Unspoken adjNot spoken or expressed in words.
Unspread vbNot spread out.
Unspring vbTo burst, burst out, open. 2. to release from or detach by pressing a spring.
Unspringy adjUnspringy fluid, which presses as a weight not a spring.
Unsprung adjNot produced with a spring. 2. not constructed to be resistant.
Unspun adjNot yet spun or weaved. 2. untold or not yet related.
Unstaid adjNot fixed, permanent, settled in character. 2. not of sober or steady demeanour.
Unstaired adjNot having or provided with stairs.
Unstairness nThe state of not having stairs.
Unstarched adjNot starched.
Unstathelfast adjNot strong or sound of foundation.
Unstayed adjNot propped or stopped up. 2. unstable; not furnished or confined by stays.
Unstayedness nA state of lack of support.
Unstaying adjNot supporting or stabilizing.
Unstead vbDislocate.
Unsteadfast adjOf persons, the mind etc. - not steadfast in conduct or opinion; inconstant, fickle. 2. not remaining in the same state. 3. liable to change or alternate. 4. not firmly established or fixed; readily moving or changing place; not firm or steady.
Unsteadfastly advIn a manner not firmly established or fixed. 2. not steadfastly in conduct or opinion.
Unsteadfastness nState or condition in life, fortune etc. of being unsteadfast. 2. adultery, infidelity, wedbreche.
Unsteadily advIn a unsteady manner.
Unsteadiness nThe quality of not being firmly established or fixed. 2.
Unsteady adjNot steady in position; not fixed or secure. 2. not held or kept steady. 2. not steady or constant in respect of conduct or purpose; fluctuating, fickle, wavering. 3. marked or characterised by absence of steadiness or regularly; not regular, even of uniform.
Unsteady vbTo deprive of steadiness. 2. to render unsteady.
Unsteadying ppNot steadying or being firmly fixed.
Unsteek vbTo undo, unfasten, unopen.
Unsteel vbTo make soft, open to feeling of kindness, as "why then should this enervating pity unsteel my foolish heart". 2. to deprive something of steel.
Unsteeled adjSoftish, not hard, kindish. 2. without steel.
Unsteep vbTo not soak in water.
Unsteeped adjNot soaked in water or another liquid
Unsteered adjNot guided or kept on course or direction, as the unsteered, storm-driven voyage of the crazy voyage".
Unstenched adjNot malodorous, smelly, offensive as "it is one of those pretty, clean, unstenched, uncontrolled places".
Unstep vbTo not proceed forward by walking or taken a step.
Unstern adjNot severe, rigorous, displeased or austere.
Unstick vbTo cause to be unstuck. 2. to take off from the ground, water. 2. the moment of take-off aeronautically.
Unsticking nThe act or action of taking off aeronautically.
Unstiffen adjNot rigid, flexible, as in "the prospect of a few unstiffened rheumatic joints".
Unstiffening nThe state of flexible, fliud, free as in "the sort of unstiffening of my long, dormant joints and muscles".
Unstill vbTo disturb, distress, agitate.
Unstillness nUnsilence; unquiet; unhush. 2. the presence of motion.
Unstilled adjAgitated, distressed (by motion); unstilled. 2. distressed by hunger, upset by yearning etc.
Unstinged adjNot stung or pricked.
Unstinted adjWithout cease of action; undesisted. 2. unlimited to a certain amount, number, share, or allowance, unrestricted. 3. not ending; unchecked.
Unstinting ppUnceasing, not desisting. 2. unlimiting, unending, unrestricting.
Unstintingly advIn a manner unceasing, restricting or limiting.
Unstirred adjNot stirred or giving way. 2. unmoving; still; inactive.
Unstirring ppNot stirring or giving way. 2. not moving, agitating.
Unstitch vbTo undo the stitches of.
Unstitched adjNot pricked or punctured. 2. not suffering a sharp or sudden pain. 3. not sewn by a needle and thread; unsewed. 4. of a wound: open and unsutured.
Unstithe adjWeak, feeble, not strong.
Unstock vbTo remove a ship from the stocks. 2. to dismount a gun; to remove a stock from a gun. 3. to deprive of livestock; deprive of goods.
Unstocked adjNot furnished with stock. 2. not provided with goods. 3. not stocked with animals.
Unstoken adjNot closed or shut; opened.
Unstolen adjNot stolen, robbed, pilfered etc.
Unstone vbTo convert from a stony state. 2. to castrate.
Unstoniness nThe lacking or absence of stone and stony ground.
Unstony adjNot with oor having stone.
Unstop vbTo free from being closed or stopped up. 2. to become opened. 3. to pull or draw out a stop. 4. to unhinder or unstuff.
Unstopped adjNot stopped or obstructed. 2. of consonants, not stopped; capable of being prolonged; said of the consonants, said of (j)and (l).
Unstopper vbTo take out the stopper from.
Unstopping nNot come to a standstill, going on, continuing as "the power of unstopping water".
Unstopple vbNot to close, stop or bung up.
Unstormed adjNot subjected to violent disturbance of the atmosphere. 2. fig. of affairs: not having a violent access or assault of troops on a place.
Unstow vbTo take out of stowage. 2. to clear the hold of articles stored or stowed in it.
Unstowed adjNot stowed or filled, as ship with cargo. 2. lying loose in the hold or on deck, as cargo.
Unstreaked adjUnmarkeed, unstriped.
Unstreamed adjNot to, or fail to, stream school children according to their different abilities.
Unstreaming nThe teaching of children in mixed ability groups.
Unstrenge vbTo lose strength or to fail to strengthen .
Unstrength nThe lack of strength, weakness, feebleness.
Unstrengthen vbTo weaken, deprive of strength, make feeble, enfeeble, enervate.
Unstrengthenness nEnfeebling, as the unstrength of the State.
Unstretch vbTo relax,strengthen.
Unstretching nUnslackeniing.
Unstrewed adjNot thrown or scattered, as " an empty field unstrewn with the bodies of the slain".
Unstricken ppNot struck, smitten, smote or affected bt something or someone.
Unstriking adjUnattractive; unimpressive: a scene of monotonous, unstriking beauty. 2. un-noticeable; unconspicuous: a unstriking lack of enthusiasm.
Unstring vbTo relax or remove the strings of a lyre or a bow. 2. to undo the string of a purse fig. to spend money. 3. to detach from a string (fig.) 4. to detach from a union, sever, separate. 4. to unnerve or upset, trouble, dismay a person. 5. of the nerves: to release from tension.
Unstringed adjNot furnished with a string or strings. 2. not accompanied by music.
Unstringing nThe action of unstringing, as "the fatigue .. and the worry has been unstringing".
Unstrong nStrong, feeble, weak.
Unstruck adjNot struck, hilted of affected.
Unstrung adjhaving the strings relaxed or removed (of a harp). 2. of a bow: not strung. 3. weak, relaxed, unnerved.
Unstuck adjNot stuck down or fixed. 2. airborne; take-off.
Unstuck phr"Come Unstuck" - fail; one plans do not work out.
Unstung ppNot stung or bitten by bees, wasps etc. 2. not disturbed or affected by revelation, as "unstung by knowledge".
Unsundered adjNot separated, parted, divided.
Unsunderly advInseparably.
Unsung adjNot sung; not uttered by singing; not celebrated by song or word.
Unsunk adjNot sunk or submerged. 2. not beaten down by adversity or isaster.
Unstuck phr"To come unstuck:: to come to grief.
Unsunned adjNot penetrated or reached by sunlight; not exposed or accessible to the sun. 2. not made patent or public. 3. not touched or affected by light or the heat of the sun (fig, also). 4. not coloured or tanned by the sun. 5. not lighted up by the sun.
Unsunny adjNot affected by the sun or sunlight. 2. fig. lacking human warmness or empathy, as an "unsunny face or look".
Un-sun-seen adjDevoid or deprived of sunlight or sunshine.
Unsunshined adjLack of sunshine, as in "unsunshined England".
Unswaddle vbTo free from, take off swaddling bonds (linen) or clothes.
Unswallowed adjYet consumed (of food). 2. fig. not yet overwhelmed by adversity or a difficult situation.
Unswathe vbTo unswaddle, to unwrap from linen.
Unswear vbTo retract (something sworn or asserverate).
Unswearing nThe act of retracting or asserverating.
Asweer adjNot lazy or unwilling. 2. not heavy or sad.
Unsweet adjUnpleasant, disagreeable, distasteful of a person. 2. not pleasant or sweet to the taste; distasteful. 3. not smelling sweetly. 4. unpleasant to the ear. 5. unattractive, not sweet.
Unsweetened ppNot sweetened.
Unswell vbTo recover from a swollen state or injury.
Unswept adjThat has not been swept off the wing of an aircraft; not swept back. 2. not having sweepback or sweep-forward.
Unswerving adjSteady, constant. 2. not turning side.
Unswervingly advIn an unswerving manner or way.
Unswilled adjUnwashed or unrinsed out. 2. not flowing freely. 3. not drunk greedily or excessively.
Unsworn adjOf persons: not subjected to, or bound by an oath. 2. not confirmed by, or sworn, as, an oath.
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