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UNFORESEE, un-f[=o]r-s[=e]', _v.t._ not to foresee.--_adjs._ UNFORESEE'ABLE, incapable of being foreseen; UNFORESEE'ING, not looking forward or provident; UNFORESEEN', not foreseen.

UNFORESKINNED, un-f[=o]r'skind, _adj._ (_Milt._) circumcised.

UNFORETOLD, un-f[=o]r-t[=o]ld', _adj._ not foretold.

UNFOREWARNED, un-f[=o]r-wawrnd', _adj._ not forewarned.

UNFORFEITED, un-for'fit-ed, _adj._ not forfeited or lost.

UNFORGED, un-forjd', _adj._ not forged or made.

UNFORGIVEABLE, un-for-giv'a-bl, _adj._ incapable of being forgiven.--_adj._ UNFORGIV'EN, not forgiven.--_n._ UNFORGIV'ER.--_adj._ UNFORGIV'ING, not forgiving, implacable.--_n._ UNFORGIV'INGNESS.

UNFORGOTTEN, un-for-got'en, _adj._ not forgotten or neglected--also UNFORGOT'.--_adj._ UNFORGET'TABLE, that cannot be forgotten.

UNFORM, un-form', _v.t._ to unmake.--_adjs._ UNFOR'MAL, informal; UNFOR'MALISED, not made formal; UNFORMED', not formed or arranged into order: having the form destroyed: structureless, amorphous: immature, not yet formed.

UNFORTIFIED, un-for'ti-f[=i]d, _adj._ not fortified.

UNFORTUNATE, un-for't[=u]-n[=a]t, _adj._ not fortunate, prosperous, or successful.--_n._ one who is unfortunate, esp. a fallen woman.--_adv._ UNFOR'TUNATELY.--_n._ UNFOR'TUNATENESS.

UNFOSSILISED, un-fos'il-[=i]zd, _adj._ not fossilised.--_adj._ UNFOSSILIF'EROUS, destitute of fossils.

UNFOSTERED, un-fos't[.e]rd, _adj._ not fostered: not patronised.

UNFOUGHT, un-fawt', _adj._ not fought.

UNFOUNDED, un-fown'ded, _adj._ not founded or established: having no foundation, baseless: (_Milt._) without bottom, bottomless.--_adv._ UNFOUN'DEDLY.

UNFRAMED, un-fr[=a]md', _adj._ not formed or fashioned: not furnished with a frame.

UNFRANCHISED, un-fran'chizd, _adj._ not franchised.

UNFRANKABLE, un-frang'ka-bl, _adj._ incapable of being franked or sent by post free of expense.

UNFRAUGHT, un-frawt', _adj._ not fraught or filled with.

UNFREE, un-fr[=e]', _adj._ not free.

UNFREQUENT, un-fr[=e]'kwent, _adj._ infrequent.--_n._ UNFRE'QUENCY, infrequency.--_v.t._ UNFREQUENT', to cease to frequent.--_adj._ UNFREQUEN'TED, not frequented: rarely visited.--_adv._ UNFRE'QUENTLY, infrequently.

UNFRETTED, un-fret'ed, _adj._ not fretted or rubbed.

UNFRIENDLY, un-frend'li, _adj._ not friendly, kind, or favourable.--_adv._ in an unkind manner.--_n._ UNFRIEND', one who is not a friend.--_adj._ UNFRIEN'DED, not supported by friends.--_ns._ UNFRIEN'DEDNESS, the state of being unfriended; UNFRIEN'DLINESS, unkindness; UNFRIEND'SHIP, unfriendliness.

UNFRIGHTFUL, un-fr[=i]t'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not frightful or terrifying.--_adj._ UNFRIGHT'ED, not frighted or terrified.

UNFROCK, un-frok', _v.t._ to strip of a frock or gown, esp. a monk, &c.

UNFRUITFUL, un-fr[=oo]t'f[=oo]l, _adj._ yielding no fruit, barren.--_adv._ UNFRUIT'FULLY.--_n._ UNFRUIT'FULNESS.

UNFUELED, UNFUELLED, un-f[=u]'eld, _adj._ not furnished with fuel.

UNFULFILLED, un-f[=oo]l-fild', _adj._ not fulfilled.

UNFUMED, un-f[=u]md', _adj._ not fumigated: (_obs._) undistilled.

UNFUNDED, un-fun'ded, _adj._ not funded, floating, as a public debt.

UNFURL, un-furl', _v.t._ to loose from being furled: to unfold, display: to spread.--_v.i._ to be spread out.

UNFURNISHED, un-fur'nisht, _adj._ not furnished with furniture, &c., unsupplied generally.--_v.t._ UNFUR'NISH, to deprive of furniture, &c.

UNFURNITURED, un-fur'ni-t[=u]rd, _adj._ without furniture, unfurnished.

UNFUSED, un-f[=u]zd', _adj._ not fused or melted: not supplied with a fuse.--_adj._ UNF[=U]'SIBLE, infusible.

UNGAIN, un-g[=a]n', _adj._ (_obs._) ungainly, clumsy: perilous.

UNGAINLY, un-g[=a]n'li, _adj._ awkward: clumsy: uncouth.--_adv._ in an awkward manner.--_n._ UNGAIN'LINESS. [M. E. _un-gein_, inconvenient--A.S.

_un-_, not, Ice. _gegn_, ready, serviceable.]

UNGALLANT, un-gal'ant, _adj._ not gallant or courteous to women.--_adv._ UNGALL'ANTLY.

UNGALLED, un-gawld', _adj._ not galled or hurt.

UNGARMENT, un-gar'ment, _v.t._ to unclothe.--_adj._ UNGAR'MENTED, unclad.

UNGARNISHED, un-gar'nisht, _adj._ not garnished or adorned.

UNGARTERED, un-gar't[.e]rd, _adj._ not held in place by garters: not wearing garters.

UNGATHERED, un-ga_th_'[.e]rd, _adj._ not gathered or picked: pertaining to printed sheets folded but not yet gathered in regular order for binding.

UNGEAR, un-g[=e]r', _v.t._ to deprive of gear: to put out of gear.

UNGENERALLED, un-jen'e-rald, _adj._ made not general or universal.

UNGENERATED, un-jen'e-r[=a]-ted, _adj._ not generated.

UNGENEROUS, un-jen'e-rus, _adj._ not generous or liberal.--_adv._ UNGEN'EROUSLY.

UNGENIAL, un-j[=e]'ni-al, _adj._ not genial or kindly: not congenial: not favourable to natural growth.

UNGENITURED, un-jen'i-t[=u]rd, _adj._ (_Shak._) without genitals, impotent.

UNGENTEEL, un-jen-t[=e]l, _adj._ not genteel or polite.--_adv._ UNGENTEEL'LY.

UNGENTLE, un-jen'tl, _adj._ (_Spens._) not gentle, uncourteous.--_adj._ UNGEN'TLEMANLIKE, not like a gentleman.--n, UNGEN'TLEMANLINESS.--_adj._ UNGEN'TLEMANLY, acting in a manner unbecoming a gentleman.--_adv._ in manner unlike a gentleman.--_n._ UNGEN'TLENESS, want of gentleness, rudeness, incivility.--_adv._ UNGENT'LY, harshly.

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