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UNESPIED, un-es-p[=i]d', _adj._ not espied or discovered.

UNESSAYED, un-e-s[=a]d', _adj._ not essayed or attempted.

UNESSENTIAL, un-es-sen'shal, _adj._ not essential: unnecessary: unimportant: (_Milt._) void of real being.--_v.t._ UNESS'ENCE (_Lamb_), to deprive of essence.

UNESTABLISH, un-es-tab'lish, _v.t._ to disestablish.

UNEVANGELICAL, un-[=e]-van-jel'i-kal, _adj._ not evangelical.

UNEVEN, un-[=e]'vn, _adj._ not even, smooth, straight, uniform, or just: odd, not divisible by two without remainder: ill-matched: difficult.--_adv._ UN[=E]'VENLY.--_n._ UN[=E]'VENESS, quality of not being even: want of an even surface: want of smoothness or uniformity.

UNEVENTFUL, un-[=e]-vent'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not eventful, without striking events.--_adv._ UNEVENT'FULLY.

UNEVIDENT, un-ev'i-dent, _adj._ not evident.

UNEXACT, un-eg-zakt', _adj._ inexact.

UNEXAMINABLE, un-eg-zam'i-na-bl, _adj._ incapable of being examined.--_adj._ UNEXAM'INED, not examined.

UNEXAMPLED, un-eg-zam'pld, _adj._ having no example or precedent.

UNEXCELLED, un-ek-seld', _adj._ not excelled.

UNEXCEPTIONABLE, un-ek-sep'shun-a-bl, _adj._ not liable to exception: unobjectionable: faultless.--_n._ UNEXCEP'TIONABLENESS.--_adv._ UNEXCEP'TIONABLY.--_adj._ UNEXCEP'TIONAL, not forming an exception, usual.--_adv._ UNEXCEP'TIONALLY.--_adj._ UNEXCEP'TIVE, not exceptive.

UNEXCISED, un-ek-s[=i]zd', _adj._ not liable to the payment of excise duty.

UNEXCLUSIVE, un-eks-kl[=oo]'siv, _adj._ not exclusive, comprehensive.--_adv._ UNEXCLU'SIVELY.

UNEXCOGITABLE, un-eks-koj'i-ta-bl, _adj._ not conceivable.

UNEXCUSABLE, un-eks-k[=u]'za-bl, _adj._ inexcusable.--_n._ UNEXC[=U]'SABLENESS.

UNEXECUTED, un-ek's[=e]-k[=u]-ted, _adj._ not executed: (_Shak._) unused.

UNEXERCISED, un-ek's[.e]r-s[=i]zd, _adj._ not exercised.

UNEXHAUSTED, un-eg-zawst'ed, _adj._ not exhausted.

UNEXPECTED, un-eks-pek'ted, _adj._ not expected, coming without warning, sudden.--_adj._ UNEXPEC'TANT, not expectant.--_adv._ UNEXPECT'EDLY.--_n._ UNEXPEC'TEDNESS.

UNEXPEDIENT, un-eks-p[=e]'di-ent, _adj._ inexpedient.

UNEXPENSIVE, un-eks-pen'siv, _adj._ inexpensive.

UNEXPERIENCED, un-eks-p[=e]'ri-enst, _adj._ inexperienced: untried.--_n._ UNEXP[=E]'RIENCE (_obs._), inexperience.--_adj._ UNEXP[=E]'RIENT (_Shak._), inexperienced.

UNEXPERT, un-eks-pert', _adj._ inexpert, ignorant.--_adv._ UNEXPERT'LY.

UNEXPIRED, un-eks-p[=i]rd', _adj._ not expired.

UNEXPLORED, un-eks-pl[=o]rd', _adj._ not explored.

UNEXPOSED, un-eks-p[=o]zd', _adj._ not exposed.

UNEXPRESSIVE, un-eks-pres'iv, _adj._ not expressive: incapable of being expressed.--_adj._ UNEXPRESS'IBLE, inexpressible.--_adv._ UNEXPRESS'IBLY.

UNEXTENDED, un-eks-ten'ded, _adj._ not extended, occupying no space.

UNEXTINGUISHABLE, un-eks-ting'gwish-a-bl, _adj._ inextinguishable.--_adv._ UNEXTING'UISHABLY.

UNEXTRICABLE, un-eks'tri-ka-bl, _adj._ inextricable.

UNEYED, un-[=i]d', _adj._ unnoticed.

UNFABLED, un-f[=a]'bld, _adj._ not fabled, real.

UNFACE, un-f[=a]s', _v.t._ to expose.

UNFADABLE, un-f[=a]'da-bl, _adj._ not able to fade or perish.--_adj._ UNF[=A]'DING, not losing strength, not subject to decay.--_adv._ UNF[=A]'DINGLY.--_n._ UNF[=A]'DINGNESS.

UNFAILING, un-f[=a]'ling, _adj._ not failing or liable to fail.--_adj._ UNFAIL'ABLE (_obs._), infallible.--_n._ UNFAIL'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNFAIL'INGLY.--_n._ UNFAIL'INGNESS.

UNFAINTING, un-f[=a]n'ting, _adj._ not fainting.

UNFAIR, un-f[=a]r', _adj._ not fair: dishonest: unequal.--_v.t._ (_Shak._) to deprive of beauty.--_adv._ UNFAIR'LY.--_n._ UNFAIR'NESS, the state of being unfair, dishonest, or unjust.

UNFAITH, un-f[=a]th', _n._ want of faith: faithlessness.--_adj._ UNFAITH'FUL, not faithful: violating trust: not having faith, infidel: not trustworthy.--_adv._ UNFAITH'FULLY, in an unfaithful manner: negligently: imperfectly.--_n._ UNFAITH'FULNESS, the quality of being unfaithful: violation of promise, duty, &c.: treacherous.

UNFALCATED, un-fal'k[=a]-ted, _adj._ not hooked: (_obs._) not curtailed.

UNFALLIBLE, un-fal'i-bl, _adj._ (_Shak._) infallible.

UNFALLOWED, un-fal'[=o]d, _adj._ not fallowed.

UNFALTERING, un-fawl't[.e]r-ing, _adj._ not faltering.--_adv._ UNFAL'TERINGLY.

UNFAMED, un-f[=a]md', _adj._ not made famous.

UNFAMILIAR, un-fa-mil'yar, _adj._ not familiar.--_n._ UNFAMILIAR'ITY.--_adv._ UNFAMIL'IARLY.

UNFARROWED, un-far'[=o]d, _adj._ without a farrow or litter.

UNFASHIONABLE, un-fash'un-a-bl, _adj._ not fashionable: incapable of being fashioned: shapeless.--_n._ UNFASH'IONABLENESS.--_adv._ UNFASH'IONABLY.--_adj._ UNFASH'IONED, shapeless, without regular form.

UNFASTEN, un-fas'n, _v.t._ to loose, as from a fastening: to unfix. _v.i._ to become untied.--_n._ UNFAS'TENER.

UNFATHERED, un-fa'th[.e]rd, _adj._ having no father, fatherless: not acknowledged by its father.--_adj._ UNFa'THERLY, not like a father.

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