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UNCOUNSELLED, un-kown'seld, _adj._ not advised: wrongly advised.

UNCOUNTABLE, un-kown'ta-bl, _adj._ innumerable.--_adj._ UNCOUNT'ED, not counted or numbered.

UNCOUPLE, un-kup'l, _v.t._ to loose from being coupled: to disjoin: to set loose.--_adj._ UNCOUP'LED, not coupled: not married: (_her._) _decouple_.

UNCOURTEOUS, un-kurt'yus, _adj._ not courteous.--_adv._ UNCOURT'EOUSLY.

UNCOURTLY, un-k[=o]rt'li, _adj._ not courtly, unpleasing, uncivil.--_n._ UNCOURT'LINESS.

UNCOUTH, un-k[=oo]th', _adj._ awkward, ungraceful, esp. in manners or language, grotesque, odd.--_adv._ UNCOUTH'LY.--_n._ UNCOUTH'NESS. [A.S.

_uncudh_--_un-_, not, _cudh_, _gecudh_, known--_cunnan_, to know.]

UNCOVENANTED, un-kuv'e-nan-ted, _adj._ not promised by covenant: not bound by a covenant, esp. not subscribing to the famous Solemn League and Covenant of 1643.--UNCOVENANTED CIVIL SERVICE, a branch of the East Indian civil service whose members pass no entrance examination, and may resign their offices at pleasure--opp. to _Covenanted service_; UNCOVENANTED MERCIES, such mercies as God may bestow on those not embraced within the covenant of grace--that is, those outside the ordinary channels of grace.

UNCOVER, un-kuv'[.e]r, _v.t._ to remove the cover of: to lay open: to expose successively lines of formation of troops by the wheeling to right or left of the lines in front.--_v.i._ to take off the hat.--_adj._ UNCOV'ERED, having no covering, naked, esp. having no covering on the head.

UNCOWL, un-kowl', _v.t._ to deprive of a cowl, esp. of a monk: to uncover by taking off anything that veils or hides.

UNCREATE, un-kre-[=a]t', _v.t._ to deprive of existence.--_adj._ UNCRE[=A]'TED, not yet created: not produced by creation.--_n._ UNCRE[=A]'TEDNESS.

UNCREDIBLE, un-kred'i-bl, _adj._ (_obs._) incredible.

UNCREDITABLE, un-kred'i-ta-bl, _adj._ (_obs._) discreditable.--_n._ UNCRED'ITABLENESS (_obs._).

UNCRITICAL, un-krit'i-kal, _adj._ not critical, without appetite or ability for critical analysis: not in accordance with the rules of criticism.--_adv._ UNCRIT'ICALLY.

UNCROPPED, un-kropt', _adj._ not cropped.

UNCROSS, un-kros', _v.t._ to change from a crossed position.--_adj._ UNCROSSED', not crossed: not limited as regards negotiability by being crossed, of a cheque, &c.

UNCROWN, un-krown', _v.t._ to deprive of a crown, to dethrone.--_adj._ UNCROWNED', not yet wearing a crown, not yet formally crowned: possessing kingly power without the actual title and dignity.

UNCTION, ungk'shun, _n._ an anointing: that which is used for anointing: ointment: that quality in language which raises emotion or devotion: warmth of address: divine or sanctifying grace.--_n._ UNCT[=U]OS'ITY, state or quality of being unctuous: oiliness: greasiness.--_adj._ UNC'T[=U]OUS, oily: greasy.--_adv._ UNC'T[=U]OUSLY.--_n._ UNC'T[=U]OUSNESS, unctuosity.--EXTREME UNCTION (_R.C. Church_), the sacrament of anointing persons with consecrated oil in their last hours. [L.

_unctio_--_ungu[)e]re_, _unctum_, to anoint.]

UNCUCKOLDED, un-kuk'ol-ded, _adj._ not made a cuckold of.

UNCULAR, ung'k[=u]-lar, _adj._ pertaining to an uncle.

UNCULLED, un-kuld', _adj._ not gathered.

UNCULTIVABLE, un-kul'ti-va-bl, _adj._ not capable of being cultivated.--_adjs._ UNCULT' (_obs._), rude; UNCUL'TIV[=A]TED, not cultivated; UNCUL'T[=U]RED, not cultured.

UNCUMBERED, un-kum'b[.e]rd, _adj._ unencumbered.

UNCURBABLE, un-kur'ba-bl, _adj._ not able to be curbed.--_adj._ UNCURBED', not curbed.

UNCURIOUS, un-k[=u]'ri-us, _adj._ not curious or inquisitive: not strange.

UNCURL, un-kurl', _v.t._ to loose from curls or ringlets.--_v.i._ to relax from a curled state.

UNCURTAIN, un-kur'tin, _v.t._ to remove a curtain from.

UNCUS, ung'kus, _n._ a hook or claw, or a hook-like process: the head of the malleolus or lateral tooth of the mastax of a wheel-animalcule:--_pl._ UN'CI (s[=i]). [L. _uncus_, a hook.]

UNCUSTOMED, un-kus'tomd, _adj._ not liable to payment of customs or duty, or having evaded it, smuggled.--_adj._ UNCUS'TOMABLE, not subject to customs.

UNCUT, un-kut', _adj._ not cut, untrimmed, as the edges of the leaves of a book.

UNDAM, un-dam', _v.t._ to free from a dam or obstacle.

UNDAMAGED, un-dam'[=a]jd, _adj._ not damaged.

UNDASHED, un-dasht', _adj._ not frightened.

UNDATE, -D, un'd[=a]t, -ed, _adj._ waved or wavy: rising and falling in waves.--_adj._ UNDe (_her._), wavy, undulating. [L. _undatus_, _pa.p._ of und[=a]re, to rise in waves--unda, a wave.]

UNDATED, un-d[=a]'ted, _adj._ having no date.

UNDAUNTED, un-dan'ted, _adj._ not daunted: bold: intrepid.--_adv._ UNDAUN'TEDLY, in an undaunted or bold manner.--_n._ UNDAUN'TEDNESS, the state or quality of being undaunted or fearless: boldness.

UNDAWNING, un-dawn'ing, _adj._ not yet dawning or showing light.

UNDAZZLE, un-daz'l, _v.i._ to recover from a dazed condition.

UNDEAF, un-def', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to free from deafness.

UNDEAN, un-d[=e]n', _v.t._ to deprive of the office of a dean.

UNDECAGON, un-dek'a-gon, _n._ (_geom._) a figure having eleven angles. [L.

_undecim_, eleven, Gr. _g[=o]nia_, an angle.]

UNDECEIVE, un-d[=e]-sev', _v.t._ to free from deception or mistake.--_adj._ UNDECEIV'ABLE.

UNDECENCY, un-d[=e]'sen-si, _n._ (_obs._) indecency.--_adj._ UND[=E]'CENT (_obs._), indecent.--_adv._ UND[=E]'CENTLY (_obs._).

UNDECENNIAL, un-d[=e]-sen'i-al, _adj._ pertaining to a period of eleven years, occurring on the eleventh year, or every eleven years.--Also UNDECENN'ARY. [L. _undecim_, eleven.]

UNDECIDED, un-d[=e]-s[=i]'ded, _adj._ not having the mind made up, irresolute.--_adj._ UNDEC[=I]'DABLE, that cannot be decided.--_adv._ UNDEC[=I]'DEDLY.--_n._ UNDEC[=I]'DEDNESS.

UNDECIMOLE, un-des'i-m[=o]l, _n._ (_mus._) a group of eleven notes to be taken in the time of eight.

UNDECIPHERABLE, un-d[=e]-s[=i]'f[.e]r-a-bl, _adj._ indecipherable.

UNDECISIVE, un-d[=e]-s[=i]'siv, _adj._ indecisive.

UNDECK, un-dek', _v.t._ to divest of ornaments.--_adj._ UNDECKED', not adorned: having no deck, as a vessel.

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