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UNBAG, un-bag', _v.t._ to let out of a bag.

UNBAILABLE, un-b[=a]'la-bl, _adj._ incapable of being bailed.

UNBAIZED, un-b[=a]zd', _adj._ not covered with baize.

UNBAKED, un-b[=a]kt', _adj._ not baked, immature.

UNBALANCED, un-bal'anst, _adj._ not in a state of equipoise: without mental balance, unsteady: (_book-k._) not adjusted so as to show debtor and creditor balance.--_n._ UNBAL'ANCE, want of balance, derangement.--_v.t._ to throw out of balance.

UNBALLAST, un-bal'ast, _v.t._ to discharge the ballast from.--_adj._ UNBALL'ASTED, not provided with ballast: unsteady.

UNBANDED, un-band'ed, _adj._ without a band, esp. if stripped of it.

UNBANK, un-bangk', _v.t._ to take a bank from: to make a fire burn up by raking off the ashes from the top, opening draughts, &c.--_adj._ UNBANK'ABLE, not bankable.

UNBAPTISED, un-bap't[=i]zd, _adj._ not having received baptism, unchristian: unholy.

UNBAR, un-bar', _v.t._ to remove a bar or hinderance from: to unfasten: to open.

UNBARBED, un-barbd', _adj._ (_Shak._) not shaven, untrimmed: without barbs or plumes.

UNBARBERED, un-bar'b[.e]rd, _adj._ unshaven.

UNBARRICADE, un-bar'i-k[=a]d, _v.t._ to throw open.--_adj._ UNBARRIC[=A]DOED (-k[=a]'d[=o]d), unobstructed.

UNBASHFUL, un-bash'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not bashful, bold, shameless.

UNBATED, un-b[=a]t'ed, _adj._ (_Shak._) unblunted: undiminished.

UNBATHED, un-b[=a]thd', _adj._ not bathed.

UNBATTERED, un-bat'[.e]rd, _adj._ not battered.

UNBAY, un-b[=a]', _v.t._ to open up.

UNBE, un-b[=e]', _v.t._ to cause not to be.

UNBEAR, un-b[=a]r', _v.t._ to take off a horse's bearing-rein.

UNBEARABLE, un-b[=a]r'a-bl, _adj._ intolerable.--_n._ UNBEAR'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNBEAR'ABLY.

UNBEARDED, un-b[=e]r'ded, _adj._ having no beard.

UNBEARING, un-b[=a]r'ing, _adj._ bearing no fruit.

UNBEATEN, un-b[=e]'tn, _adj._ not beaten with blows: untrodden: unconquered.

UNBEAUTEOUS, un-b[=u]'t[=e]-us, _adj._ not beautiful.--_adj._ UNBEAU'TIFUL, ugly.

UNBEAVERED, un-b[=e]'v[.e]rd, _adj._ without a beaver or hat: having the beaver of the helmet open.

UNBECOMING, un-b[=e]-kum'ing, _adj._ not becoming: unsuited to the wearer, the place, &c.: not befitting, indecorous, improper.--_adv._ UNBECOM'INGLY.--_n._ UNBECOM'INGNESS.

UNBECOMING, un-b[=e]-kum'ing, _n._ the transition from existence to non-existence.

UNBED, un-bed', _v.t._ to rouse from bed.--_adj._ UNBED'DED, not yet having had the marriage consummated--of a bride.

UNBEDINNED, un-b[=e]-dind', _adj._ not made noisy.

UNBEFITTING, un-b[=e]-fit'ing, _adj._ not befitting, unbecoming.

UNBEFOOL, un-b[=e]-f[=oo]l', _v.t._ to change from the condition of a fool: to undeceive.

UNBEFRIEND, un-b[=e]-frend', _v.t._ to fail to befriend.--_adj._ UNBEFRIEN'DED, not supported by friends.

UNBEGET, un-b[=e]-get', _v.t._ to cancel the begetting of.

UNBEGINNING, un-b[=e]-gin'ing, _adj._ having no beginning.

UNBEGOTTEN, un-b[=e]-got'n, _adj._ not yet begotten: existing independent of any generating cause.--Also UNBEGOT'.

UNBEGUILE, un-b[=e]-g[=i]l', _v.t._ to undeceive.--_adj._ UNBEGUILED'.

UNBEGUN, un-b[=e]-gun', _adj._ not yet begun.

UNBEHOLDEN, un-b[=e]-h[=o]l'dn, _adj._ unseen.

UNBEHOVING, un-b[=e]-h[=oo]v'ing, _n._ the state of not deserving.

UNBEJUGGLED, un-b[=e]-jug'ld, _adj._ not deceived by any trick.

UNBEKNOWN, un-b[=e]-n[=o]n', _adj._ (_prov._) unknown.--Also UNBEKNOWNST'.

UNBELIEF, un-b[=e]-l[=e]f', _n._ want of belief: disbelief, esp. in divine revelation.--_n._ UNBELIEVABIL'ITY, incapability of being believed.--_adjs._ UNBELIEV'ABLE; UNBELIEVED'.--_n._ UNBELIEV'ER, one who does not believe, esp. in divine revelation: an incredulous person.--_adj._ UNBELIEV'ING, not believing, esp. divine revelation.--_adv._ UNBELIEV'INGLY, in an unbelieving manner.

UNBELOVED, un-b[=e]-luvd', _adj._ not loved.

UNBELT, un-belt', _v.t._ to ungird.

UNBEND, un-bend', _v.t._ to free from being in a bent state: to make straight: to free from strain or exertion: to set at ease.--_v.i._ to become relaxed: to behave with freedom from stiffness, to be affable.--_adj._ UNBEND'ING, not bending: unyielding: resolute.--_n._ a relaxing.--_adv._ UNBEND'INGLY.--_n._ UNBEND'INGNESS.

UNBENEFICED, un-ben'e-fist, _adj._ not having a benefice.

UNBENEFICIAL, un-ben-e-fish'al, _adj._ not advantageous.--_adj._ UNBEN'EFITED, having received no benefit.

UNBENIGHTED, un-b[=e]-n[=i]'ted, _adj._ not involved in darkness, intellectual or moral.

UNBENIGN, un-b[=e]-n[=i]n', _adj._ not favourable: malignant.

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