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UNBRUTE, un-br[=oo]t', _v.t._ to free from the qualities of the brute.

UNBUCKLE, un-buk'l, _v.t._ to loose from buckles: to unfasten.

UNBUCKRAMED, un-buk'ramd, _adj._ not stiffened with buckram, not stiff, easy.

UNBUDDED, un-bud'ed, _adj._ not yet in bud.

UNBUILD, un-bild', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to destroy.

UNBUNDLE, un-bun'dl, _v.t._ to unpack, open up, declare.

UNBURDEN, un-bur'dn, _v.t._ to take a burden off: to free the mind from any weight or anxiety: to disclose--also UNBUR'THEN.--_adj._ UNBUR'DENED.

UNBURIABLE, un-ber'i-a-bl, _adj._ unfit to be buried.--_adj._ UNBUR'IED, not buried.--_v.t._ UNBUR'Y, to disinter: to reveal.

UNBURNED, un-burnd', _adj._ not burned, scorched, or baked.--Also UNBURNT'.

UNBURROW, un-bur'[=o], _v.t._ to unearth.

UNBUSINESS-LIKE, un-biz'nes-l[=i]k, _adj._ not business-like.

UNBUTTON, un-but'n, _v.t._ to loose the buttons of.

UNCABLED, un-k[=a]'bld, _adj._ not fixed by a cable.

UNCAGE, un-k[=a]j', _v.t._ to set free from a cage.

UNCALLED, un-kawld', _adj._ not called, uninvited.--UNCALLED FOR, quite unnecessary or superfluous.

UNCALM, un-kam', _v.t._ to disturb.

UNCAMP, un-kamp', _v.t._ to break up the camp of: to dislodge.

UNCANDID, un-kan'did, _adj._ not candid.--_adv._ UNCAN'DIDLY.--_ns._ UNCAN'DIDNESS; UNCAN'DOUR.

UNCANNY, un-kan'i, _adj._ weird: unearthly: supposed to possess supernatural powers: dangerous, severe.--_adv._ UNCANN'ILY.--_n._ UNCANN'INESS.

UNCANONIC, -AL, un-ka-non'ik, -al, _adj._ not agreeable to the canons, not according to the canon of Scripture.--_n._ UNCANON'ICALNESS.--_v.t._ UNCAN'ONISE, to deprive of canonical authority.--_adj._ UNCAN'ONISED, not canonised.

UNCAP, un-kap', _v.t._ to remove a cap from.--_v.i._ to take off one's cap or hat.

UNCAPE, un-k[=a]p', _v.t._ (_Shak._) either to uncouple hounds, to let out of a bag, as a fox, or to throw off the dogs so as to commence the hunt: to unhood, in hawking.

UNCARED, un-k[=a]rd', _adj._ not regarded (with _for_).--_adj._ UNCARE'FUL, not careful or cautious.

UNCART, un-kart', _v.t._ to unload from a cart.

UNCASE, un-k[=a]s', _v.t._ to take out of a case: to free from a covering: to flay.--_v.i._ (_Shak._) to undress.

UNCATE, ung'k[=a]t, _adj._ hooked.

UNCAUSED, un-kawzd', _adj._ without any precedent cause, self-existent.

UNCEASING, un-s[=e]'sing, _adj._ not ceasing, continual.--_adv._ UNCEA'SINGLY.

UNCEREMONIOUS, un-ser-[=e]-m[=o]'ni-us, _adj._ not ceremonious, informal.--_adv._ UNCEREM[=O]'NIOUSLY.--_n._ UNCEREM[=O]'NIOUSNESS.

UNCERTAIN, un-s[.e]r't[=a]n, _adj._ not certain, doubtful: not to be depended upon: not sure of the result.--_adv._ UNCER'TAINLY.--_ns._ UNCER'TAINNESS; UNCER'TAINTY, state of being uncertain or doubtful: want of certainty: that which is uncertain.

UNCHAIN, un-ch[=a]n', _v.t._ to free from chains or slavery.

UNCHALLENGED, un-chal'enjd, _adj._ not challenged or called in question.--_adj._ UNCHALL'ENGEABLE.--_adv._ UNCHALL'ENGEABLY.

UNCHANCY, un-chan'si, _adj._ (_Scot._) unlucky, uncanny: dangerous, inconvenient.--_n._ UNCHANCE', misfortune.

UNCHANGEABLE, un-ch[=a]n'ja-bl, _adj._ not capable of change.--_ns._ UNCHANGEABIL'ITY, UNCHANGE'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCHANGE'ABLY.--_adjs._ UNCHANGED'; UNCHAN'GING.--_adv._ UNCHAN'GINGLY.

UNCHARGE, un-charj', _v.t._ to free from a charge or burden: to acquit.--_adj._ UNCHARGED'.

UNCHARIOT, un-char'i-ot, _v.t._ to thrust out of a chariot.

UNCHARITABLE, un-char'i-ta-bl, _adj._ not charitable, harsh in judgment.--_n._ UNCHAR'ITABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCHAR'ITABLY.--_n._ UNCHAR'ITY, want of charity.

UNCHARM, un-charm', _v.t._ to free from the power of some charm.--_adj._ UNCHAR'MING, not charming.

UNCHARNEL, un-char'nel, _v.t._ to dig up from a grave.

UNCHARTERED, un-char't[.e]rd, _adj._ not chartered, unrestricted.

UNCHARY, un-ch[=a]r'i, _adj._ not chary, heedless.

UNCHASTE, un-ch[=a]st', _adj._ not chaste, lewd.--_adv._ UNCH[=A]STE'LY.--_n._ UNCHAS'TITY, lewdness, incontinence.

UNCHECKED, un-chekt', _adj._ not checked or hindered, unrestrained: uncontradicted.--_adj._ UNCHECK'ABLE.

UNCHEERFUL, un-ch[=e]r'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not cheerful, gloomy: grudging.--_n._ UNCHEER'FULNESS.

UNCHILD, un-ch[=i]ld', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to make childless.

UNCHIVALROUS, un-shiv'al-rus, _adj._ not chivalrous or honourable.--Also UNCHIV'ALRIC.

UNCHRISTEN, un-kris'n, _v.t._ to deprive of baptism: to make unchristian.

UNCHRISTIAN, un-kris'tyan, _adj._ not CHRISTIAN, not converted to Christianity: contrary to the character of CHRISTIANITY, cruel, harsh: (_coll._) improper, unusual.--_v.t._ to make unchristian.--_v.t._ UNCHRIS'TIANISE, to cause to change from the Christian faith.--_adv._ UNCHRIS'TIANLY.--_n._ UNCHRIS'TIANNESS.

UNCHURCH, un-church', _v.t._ to deprive of the rights of a church: to refuse the name of church to.


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