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UNCOMPLIABLE, un-kom-pl[=i]'a-bl, _adj._ unwilling to comply.--_adj._ UNCOMPL[=I]'ANT, incompliant.

UNCOMPOSABLE, un-kom-p[=o]'za-bl, _adj._ incapable of being composed or reconciled.

UNCOMPOUNDED, un-kom-pown'ded, _adj._ not compounded, simple.

UNCOMPREHENSIVE, un-kom-pr[=e]-hen'siv, _adj._ not comprehensive: incomprehensive: (_Shak._) incomprehensible.

UNCOMPROMISING, un-kom'pr[=o]-m[=i]-zing, _adj._ not admitting of compromise or adjustment: unyielding: obstinate.--_adv._ UNCOM'PROMISINGLY.--_n._ UNCOM'PROMISINGNESS.

UNCONCEALED, un-kon-s[=e]ld', _adj._ not concealed.

UNCONCEIVABLE, un-kon-s[=e]'va-bl, _adj._ inconceivable.--_n._ UNCONCEI'VABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCONCEI'VABLY.

UNCONCERN, un-kon-sern', _n._ want of concern, anxiety, or solicitude.--_adj._ UNCONCERNED', not concerned: carelessly secure.--_adv._ UNCONCER'NEDLY, in an unconcerned manner: without anxiety.--_ns._ UNCONCER'NEDNESS, UNCONCERN'MENT.

UNCONCLUSIVE, un-kon-kl[=oo]'siv, _adj._ inconclusive.--_adjs._ UNCONCLU'DENT (_obs._), not decisive; UNCONCLU'DIBLE, not to be concluded; UNCONCLU'DING, inconclusive.--_n._ UNCONCLU'DINGNESS.

UNCONCOCTED, un-kon-kok'ted, _adj._ not concocted, not digested.

UNCONCURRENT, un-kon-kur'ent, _adj._ not concurring.

UNCONDEMNED, un-kon-demd', _adj._ not condemned.

UNCONDITIONED, un-kon-dish'und, _adj._ not subject to conditions or limitations: infinite: inconceivable.--_adj._ UNCONDI'TIONAL, not conditional, absolute, unreserved.--_n._ UNCONDITIONAL'ITY.--_adv._ UNCONDI'TIONALLY.--_n._ UNCONDI'TIONALNESS.

UNCONFINABLE, un-kon-f[=i]'na-bl, _adj._ not to be confined: (_Shak._) unbounded.--_adj._ UNCONFINED', not confined, unrestrained: broad.--_adv._ UNCONF[=I]'NEDLY.

UNCONFIRMED, un-kon-firmd', _adj._ not confirmed: not verified by further testimony: not yet having received the rite of confirmation: not yet having election as bishop confirmed by an archbishop: weak.

UNCONFORM, un-kon-form', _adj._ (_Milt._) not conformed, unlike.--_n._ UNCONFORMABIL'ITY.--_adj._ UNCONFOR'MABLE.--_n._ UNCONFOR'MABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCONFOR'MABLY.--_n._ UNCONFOR'MITY.

UNCONFUSED, un-kon-f[=u]zd', _adj._ not confused, free from confusion.--_adv._ UNCONF[=U]'SEDLY.

UNCONGEAL, un-kon-j[=e]l', _v.i._ to thaw, melt.

UNCONGENIAL, un-kon-j[=e]'ni-al, _adj._ not congenial.

UNCONJUNCTIVE, un-kon-jungk'tiv, _adj._ impossible to be joined.

UNCONNECTED, un-kon-ek'ted, _adj._ not connected, separate: not coherent, rambling, vague: without connections of family, &c.

UNCONQUERABLE, un-kong'k[.e]r-a-bl, _adj._ that cannot be conquered or brought under control.--_n._ UNCON'QUERABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCON'QUERABLY.--_adj._ UNCON'QUERED.

UNCONSCIONABLE, un-kon'shun-a-bl, _adj._ not conformable to conscience: unreasonable: inordinate.--_n._ UNCON'SCIONABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCON'SCIONABLY.

UNCONSCIOUS, un-kon'shus, _adj._ not conscious: not self-conscious, not perceiving.--_adv._ UNCON'SCIOUSLY.--_n._ UNCON'SCIOUSNESS.

UNCONSECRATED, un-kon's[=e]-kr[=a]-ted, _adj._ not formally consecrated.--_v.t._ UNCON'SECRATE, to deprive of consecrated character.

UNCONSENTING, un-kon-sen'ting, _n._ not consenting.

UNCONSIDERED, un-kon-sid'[.e]rd, _adj._ not considered, esteemed, or attended to.--_adj._ UNCONSID'ER[=A]TE, inconsiderate.--_n._ UNCONSID'ER[=A]TENESS, inconsiderateness.--_adj._ UNCONSID'ERING, not considering.

UNCONSTANT, un-kon'stant, _adj._ (_Shak._) inconstant.--_adv._ UNCON'STANTLY.

UNCONSTITUTIONAL, un-kon-sti-t[=u]'shun-al, _adj._ not constitutional: contrary to the constitution.--_n._ UNCONSTITUTIONAL'ITY.--_adv._ UNCONSTIT[=U]'TIONALLY.

UNCONSTRAINED, un-kon-str[=a]nd', _adj._ not under constraint, voluntary: not embarrassed.--_adv._ UNCONSTRAIN'EDLY.--_n._ UNCONSTRAINT'.

UNCONSULTING, un-kon-sul'ting, _adj._ not consulting any one, rash.

UNCONSUMMATE, un-kon-sum'[=a]t, _adj._ not consummated.

UNCONTEMNED, un-kon-temd', _adj._ not contemned.

UNCONTEMPORANEOUS, un-kon-tem-po-r[=a]'ne-us, _adj._ not contemporary: original.

UNCONTENDED, un-kon-ten'ded, _adj._ not contested.

UNCONTENTED, un-kon-ten'ted, _adj._ discontented.--_ns._ UNCONTEN'TEDNESS; UNCONTEN'TINGNESS.

UNCONTESTED, un-kon-tes'ted, _adj._ not contested, indisputable.--_adj._ UNCONTES'TABLE, incontestable.

UNCONTRADICTED, un-kon-tra-dik'ted, _adj._ not contradicted or denied.--_adj._ UNCONTRADIC'TABLE, incapable of being contradicted.

UNCONTRIVING, un-kon-tr[=i]'ving, _adj._ not contriving, with little ability to contrive.

UNCONTROLLABLE, un-kon-tr[=o]'la-bl, _adj._ not capable of being controlled: indisputable.--_n._ UNCONTROLL'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNCONTROLL'ABLY.--_adj._ UNCONTROLLED'.--_adv._ UNCONTROLL'EDLY.

UNCONTROVERTED, un-kon'tr[=o]-ver-ted, _adj._ not controverted or disputed.

UNCONVENTIONAL, un-kon-ven'shun-al, _adj._ not conventional, free in one's ways.--_n._ UNCONVENTIONAL'ITY.

UNCONVERSABLE, un-kon-ver'sa-bl, _adj._ not disposed to converse freely, reserved.

UNCONVERSANT, un-kon'ver-sant, _adj._ not conversant (with and in).

UNCONVERTED, un-kon-ver'ted, _adj._ not converted, not having experienced a quickening change of heart.--_n._ UNCONVER'SION, impenitence.--_adj._ UNCONVER'TIBLE, not convertible.

UNCORD, un-kord', _v.t._ to free from cords.

UNCORK, un-kork, _v.t._ to draw the cork from.

UNCORROBORATED, un-kor-ob'o-r[=a]-ted, _adj._ not corroborated.

UNCORRUPT, un-kor-upt', _adj._ not corrupt.--_adj._ UNCORRUPT'ED, not made corrupt.--_ns._ UNCORRUPT'EDNESS; UNCORRUPTIBIL'ITY.--_adj._ UNCORRUPT'IBLE, incorruptible.--_n._ UNCORRUP'TION, incorruption.--_adj._ UNCORRUPT'IVE, incorruptible.--_adv._ UNCORRUPT'LY, truly.--_n._ UNCORRUPT'NESS, integrity.

UNCOSTLY, un-kost'li, _adj._ not high-priced.

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