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UNDISCORDING, un-dis-kor'ding, _adj._ (_Milt._) not discording or making discord.

UNDISCOURSED, un-dis-k[=o]rst', _adj._ not discussed or talked about.

UNDISCOVERABLE, un-dis-kuv'[.e]r-a-bl, _adj._ that cannot be discovered.--_adv._ UNDISCOV'ERABLY.--_adj._ UNDISCOV'ERED, not discovered or found out, unseen, hid.

UNDISCRIMINATING, un-dis-krim'i-n[=a]-ting, _adj._ not discriminating, not quick to detect differences.

UNDISCUSSED, un-dis-kust', _adj._ not discussed.

UNDISGUISED, un-dis-g[=i]zd', _adj._ not disguised, frank, open, plain.--_adj._ UNDISGUIS'ABLE.--_adv._ UNDISGUIS'EDLY.

UNDISHONOURED, un-dis-on'ord, _adj._ not dishonoured or disgraced.

UNDISJOINED, un-dis-joind', _adj._ not disjoined or separated.

UNDISMAYED, un-dis-m[=a]d', _adj._ not dismayed.

UNDISPENSED, un-dis-penst', _adj._ not dispensed.--_adjs._ UNDISPEN'SABLE; UNDISPEN'SING.

UNDISPOSED, un-dis-p[=o]zd', _adj._ not sold, allocated, or otherwise arranged.

UNDISPRIVACIED, un-dis-pr[=i]'va-sid, _adj._ not deprived of privacy.

UNDISPUTABLE, un-dis'p[=u]-ta-bl, _adj._ indisputable.--_n._ UNDIS'PUTABLENESS.--_adv._ UNDIS'PUTABLY.--_adj._ UNDISP[=U]'TED, not disputed, not called in question.--_adv._ UNDISP[=U]'TEDLY.

UNDISSEMBLED, un-di-sem'bld, _adj._ not dissembled, open: unfeigned.

UNDISSIPATED, un-dis'i-p[=a]-ted, _adj._ not dissipated.

UNDISSOLVED, un-di-zolvd', _adj._ not dissolved, not broken.--_adjs._ UNDISSOL'VABLE, not to be loosened or broken; UNDISSOL'VING, not dissolving.

UNDISTEMPERED, un-dis-tem'p[.e]rd, _adj._ free from distemper.

UNDISTINCTIVE, un-dis-tingk'tiv, _adj._ making no distinctions.

UNDISTINGUISHED, un-dis-ting'gwisht, _adj._ not distinguished: not marked out by conspicuous qualities, not famous: not having an air or appearance of distinction.--_adj._ UNDISTING'UISHABLE, indistinguishable.--_n._ UNDISTING'UISHABLENESS.--_adv._ UNDISTING'UISHABLY.--_adj._ UNDISTING'UISHING, not discriminating.

UNDISTRACTED, un-dis-trak'ted, _adj._ not distracted, not having the attention drawn away from.--_adv._ UNDISTRAC'TEDLY.--_n._ UNDISTRAC'TEDNESS.--_adj._ UNDISTRAC'TING.

UNDISTURBED, un-dis-turbd', _adj._ not disturbed.--_adv._ UNDISTUR'BEDLY.--_n._ UNDISTUR'BEDNESS.

UNDIVERSIFIED, un-div-er'si-f[=i]d, _adj._ not diversified or varied.

UNDIVERTED, un-di-ver'ted, _adj._ not diverted or turned away from: not amused.

UNDIVESTEDLY, un-di-ves'ted-li, _adv._ with the absence of.

UNDIVIDED, un-di-v[=i]'ded, _adj._ not divided or disunited.--_adj._ UNDIV[=I]'DABLE.--_adv._ UNDIV[=I]'DEDLY.--_n._ UNDIV[=I]'DEDNESS.

UNDIVINE, un-di-v[=i]n', _adj._ not divine.

UNDIVORCED, un'di-v[=o]rst, _adj._ not divorced or separated.

UNDIVULGED, un-di-vuljd', _adj._ not divulged, secret.

UNDO, un-d[=oo]', _v.t._ to reverse what has been done: to bring to naught: to loose: to open: to unravel: to impoverish: to ruin, as in reputation: (_Shak._) to leave undone.--_ns._ UNDO'ER; UNDO'ING, the reversal of what has been done: ruin.--_adj._ UNDONE', not done: ruined: untied, unfastened.

UNDOCK, un-dok', _v.t._ to take out of dock, as a ship.

UNDOCTOR, un-dok'tor, _v.t._ (_Carlyle_) to divest of the character of a doctor.

UNDOGMATIC, un-dog-mat'ik, _adj._ not dogmatic.

UNDOMESTICATE, un-d[=o]-mes'ti-k[=a]t, _v.t._ to make unfit for home life: to untame.--_adj._ UNDOMES'TIC[=A]TED, not domesticated, not tamed.--_n._ UNDOMESTIC[=A]'TION.

UNDOSE, un'd[=o]s, _adj._ wavy, undulated.

UNDOUBLE, un-dub'l, _v.t._ to make single, to unfold.

UNDOUBTED, un-dowt'ed, _adj._ indubitable: unsuspected.--_adj._ UNDOUBT'ABLE, indubitable.--_advs._ UNDOUBT'ABLY; UNDOUBT'EDLY.--_adjs._ UNDOUBT'FUL, not doubtful: unsuspicious; UNDOUBT'ING, not doubting.--_adv._ UNDOUBT'INGLY.

UNDRAINABLE, un-dr[=a]'na-bl, _adj._ that cannot be drained.

UNDRAPE, un-dr[=a]p', _v.t._ to strip of clothing, to uncover.--_adj._ UNDRAPED', not covered with artistic drapery, not clothed, nude.

UNDRAW, un-draw', _v.t._ to draw aside.--_adj._ UNDRAWN', not drawn or dragged away: not delineated: not drawn from a cask.

UNDREADED, un-dred'ed, _adj._ not dreaded.

UNDREAMED, un-dr[=e]md', _adj._ not dreamed, not thought of--also UNDREAMT, un-dremt' (with _of_).--_adj._ UNDREAM'ING, not dreaming.

UNDRESS, un-dres', _v.t._ to take off the dress or clothes: to strip: to take the dressing from a wound.--_v.i._ to take off one's clothes.--_n._ (also UN'DRESS) a loose dress: the plain dress worn by soldiers when off duty.--_adj._ pertaining to ordinary dress, as opposed to uniform, &c.--_adj._ UNDRESSED', not dressed.

UNDROSSY, un-dros'i, _adj._ not drossy, not impure.

UNDUBITABLE, un-d[=u]'bi-ta-bl, _adj._ (_obs._) indubitable.

UNDUE, un-d[=u]', _adj._ not due or owing: improper: immoderate: excessive.--_n._ UNDUE'NESS.

UNDUKE, un-d[=u]k', _v.t._ to deprive of the rank of duke.

UNDULATE, un'd[=u]-l[=a]t, _v.t._ to wave, or to move like waves: to cause to vibrate.--_v.i._ to wave: to vibrate.--_adj._ wavy.--_adj._ UN'DULANT, undulating.--_adv._ UN'DUL[=A]TELY.--_adj._ UN'DUL[=A]TING.--_adv._ UN'DUL[=A]TINGLY.--_ns._ UNDUL[=A]'TION, an undulating: a waving motion or vibration: waviness, a set of waved lines: a feeling as if of an undulatory motion about the heart: the peculiar motion of the matter within an abscess on being pressed when it is ripe for opening; UNDUL[=A]'TIONIST, one who holds an undulatory theory.--_adjs._ UN'DUL[=A]TIVE, undulatory; UN'DUL[=A]TORY, moving like waves: relating to the theory of light which considers its transmission as wave-motion in a medium filling space; UN'DULOSE, UN'DULOUS, undulating. [Low L. _undul[=a]re_, _-[=a]tum_--L.

_unda_, a wave.]

UNDULL, un-dul', _v.t._ to remove the dullness from.

UNDULY, un-d[=u]'li, _adv._ not according to duty or propriety: improperly.

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