UNDECLINABLE, un-d[=e]-kl[=i]'na-bl, _adj._ indeclinable: that cannot be avoided.--_adj._ UNDECLINED', not having cases with different terminations.
UNDECOMPOSABLE, un-d[=e]-kom-p[=o]'za-bl, _adj._ that cannot be decomposed.
UNDEEDED, un-d[=e]d'ed, _adj._ (_Shak._) not signalised by any great action.
UNDEFACED, un-d[=e]-f[=a]sd', _adj._ not defaced or disfigured.
UNDEFECATED, un-def'[=e]-k[=a]-ted, _adj._ not defecated, unrefined.
UNDEFENDED, un-de-fen'ded, _adj._ not defended.
UNDEFILED, un-d[=e]-f[=i]ld', _adj._ not made unclean, unpolluted, spotless, innocent.
UNDEFINED, un-d[=e]-f[=i]nd', _adj._ not defined or explained precisely: indefinite.--_v.i._ UNDEFINE', to make indefinite.--_adj._ UNDEF[=I]'NABLE, not capable of being defined.
UNDEIFY, un-d[=e]'i-f[=i], _v.t._ to deprive of the nature of a god: to deprive a god of his due honour.
UNDELECTABLE, un-d[=e]-lek'ta-bl, _adj._ not delectable or pleasant.
UNDELEGATED, un-del'[=e]-g[=a]-ted, _adj._ not delegated or deputed.
UNDELIBERATE, un-d[=e]-lib'[.e]r-[=a]t, _adj._ not deliberate.
UNDELIGHTED, un-d[=e]-l[=i]'ted, _adj._ not delighted.--_adj._ UNDELIGHT'FUL, not affording delight.
UNDEMOCRATISE, un-d[=e]-mok'ra-t[=i]z, _v.t._ to undemocratic.
UNDEMONSTRATIVE, un-d[=e]-mon'stra-tiv, _adj._ not showing feeling openly, reserved, quiet.--_adj._ UNDEMON'STRABLE, indemonstrable.--_n._ UNDEMON'STRATIVENESS.
UNDENIABLE, un-d[=e]-n[=i]'a-bl, _adj._ not deniable or able to be denied: true.--_n._ UNDEN[=I]'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNDEN[=I]'ABLY.
UNDENOMINATIONAL, un-d[=e]-nom-i-n[=a]'shun-al, _adj._ free from denominationalism, not sectarian.--_n._ UNDENOMIN[=A]'TIONALISM, the absence of denominationalism, as in the education of children.
UNDEPENDABLE, un-d[=e]-pen'da-bl, _adj._ not to be depended upon.--_n._ UNDEPEN'DABLENESS.--_adj._ UNDEPEN'DING (_obs._), independent.
UNDEPRAVED, un-d[=e]-pr[=a]vd', _adj._ not depraved.
UNDEPRECIATED, un-d[=e]-pr[=e]'shi-[=a]-ted, _adj._ not depreciated.
UNDEPRESSED, un-d[=e]-prest', _adj._ not pressed down or sunk: not dejected or cast down.
UNDEPRIVED, un-d[=e]-pr[=i]vd', _adj._ not deprived of anything, not dispossessed.
UNDER, un'd[.e]r, _prep._ in a lower position than: beneath: below: less than, falling short of: in subjection, subordination, oppression, liability, &c.: during the time of: undergoing: in accordance with: in, in course of.--_adv._ in a lower degree or condition: in subjection: below: less.--_adj._ lower in position, rank, or degree: subject: subordinate.--UNDER ARMS, in readiness to use arms or weapons; UNDER FIRE, exposed to the fire or shot of any enemy; UNDER ONE'S HAND (see HAND); UNDER ONE'S NOSE, under one's close observation; UNDER SAIL, moved by sails: in motion; UNDER THE BREATH, with low voice, very softly; UNDER THE LEE, to the leeward; UNDER THE ROSE (see ROSE); UNDER WATER, below the surface of the water; UNDER WAY, moving: having commenced a voyage. [A.S.
_under_; Goth. _undar_, Ice. _undir_, Ger. _unter_, L. _inter_.]
UNDERACT, un-d[.e]r-akt', _v.t._ to act a part inefficiently.--_n._ UNDERAC'TION, subordinate action: inefficient action.
UNDERAGENT, un-d[.e]r-[=a]'jent, _n._ a subordinate agent.
UNDERAID, un-d[.e]r-[=a]d', _v.t._ to aid secretly.
UNDERBEAR, un-d[.e]r-b[=a]r', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to support, to endure, to line.--_n._ UN'DERBEARER.
UNDERBID, un-d[.e]r-bid', _v.t._ to bid or offer less than, as at an auction.
UNDERBILL, un-d[.e]r-bil', _v.t._ to bill under the actual measure or weight.
UNDERBIND, un-d[.e]r-b[=i]nd', _v.t._ to bind underneath.
UNDERBITTEN, un'd[.e]r-bit'n, _adj._ not bitten in by a corrosive acid deep enough to print from--of copperplates, &c.
UNDER-BOARD, un'd[.e]r-b[=o]rd, _adv._ (_obs._) secretly--opp. to _Above-board_.
UNDERBRACE, un-d[.e]r-br[=a]s', _v.t._ to fasten or fix underneath.
UNDERBRANCH, un'd[.e]r-bransh, _n._ a small branch.
UNDERBRED, un'd[.e]r-bred, _adj._ of inferior breeding or manners, vulgar: not pure-bred.
UNDERBRUSH, un'd[.e]r-brush, _n._ brushwood or shrubs in a forest growing beneath large trees: undergrowth.--_v.t._ to clear away such--also UN'DERBUSH.--_vs.i._ UN'DERBRUSH, UN'DERBUSH, to work amongst underbrush.
UNDERBUD, un'd[.e]r-bud, _n._ (_coll._) a young girl who has not yet come out in society.
UNDERBUY, un-d[.e]r-b[=i], _v.t._ to buy a thing at a price lower than that paid by another: to pay less than the value for.
UNDERCAST, un'd[.e]r-kast, _n._ an air-passage crossing a road in a mine by means of an air-tight box or channel beneath it.
UNDERCHARGE, un-d[.e]r-charj', _v.t._ to charge less than the proper sum.--_n._ a charge less than the proper sum.
UNDERCLAY, un'd[.e]r-kl[=a], _n._ the bed of clay almost always found under coal-seams, considered as the soil in which grew the plants that formed the coal.
UNDER-CLERK, un'd[.e]r-klark, _n._ a subordinate clerk.--_n._ UN'DER-CLERK'SHIP.
UNDERCLIFF, un'd[.e]r-klif, _n._ a subordinate or lower cliff on a shore, composed of material that has fallen from the higher cliff above.
UNDERCLOTHES, un'd[.e]r-kl[=o]thz, _n.pl._ clothes worn under others--also UN'DERCLOTHING.--_adj._ UNDERCLOTHED'.
UNDERCOAT, un'd[.e]r-k[=o]t, _n._ a coat for wearing in the house, one worn under an overcoat: the under-fur of a long-haired animal.
UNDER-COLOUR, un'd[.e]r-kul'ur, _n._ a colour below another, a subdued colour.--_adj._ UN'DER-COL'OURED, not coloured sufficiently.
UNDER-CRAFT, un'd[.e]r-kraft, _n._ (_Sterne_) a sly trick.
UNDER-CREST, un'd[.e]r-krest, _v.t._ (_Shak._) to support, as a crest.
UNDERCROFT, un'd[.e]r-kroft, _n._ a vault under the choir or chancel of a church: a vault or secret walk underground.
UNDERCURRENT, un'd[.e]r-kur-ent, _n._ a current under the surface of the water: any influence or feeling not apparent on the surface.--_adj._ running below or unseen.