UNISEPALOUS, [=u]-ni-sep'a-lus, _adj._ having but one sepal.
UNISEPTATE, [=u]-ni-sep't[=a]t, _adj._ having but one septum or partition.
UNISERIAL, [=u]-ni-s[=e]'ri-al, _adj._ placed in one series.--_adv._ UNIS[=E]'RIALLY.--_adj._ UNIS[=E]'RIATE.--_adv._ UNIS[=E]'RIATELY.
UNISERRATE, [=u]-ni-ser'[=a]t, _adj._ having one row of teeth or serrations.--_adj._ UNISER'R[=U]LATE, having one row of small serrations.
UNISEXUAL, [=u]-ni-sek's[=u]-al, _adj._ of one sex only, as a plant.--_n._ UNISEXUAL'ITY.--_adv._ UNISEX'UALLY.
UNISON, [=u]'ni-son, _n._ oneness or agreement of sound: concord: harmony--_adj._ U'NIS[=O]NAL.--_adv._ U'NIS[=O]NALLY.--_n._ U'NIS[=O]NANCE, state of being unisonant: accordance of sounds.--_adjs._ U'NIS[=O]NANT, U'NIS[=O]NOUS, being in unison. [L. _unus_, one, _sonus_ a sound, _son[=a]re_, to sound.]
UNIT, [=u]'nit, _n._ one: a single thing or person: the least whole number: anything taken as one: any known determinate quantity by constant application of which any other quantity is measured.--_adj._ U'NITAL.--_n._ UNIT[=A]'RIAN, one who asserts the unity of the Godhead as opposed to the TRINITY, and ascribes divinity to God the Father only.--_adj._ pertaining to Unitarians or their doctrine.--_n._ UNIT[=A]'RIANISM, the doctrines or principles of a UNITARIAN.--_adj._ U'NITARY, pertaining to unity or to a unit: (_biol._) monistic, as opposed to dualistic: whole, integral.--_n._ U'NIT[=A]TE, the remainder after dividing a number by any digit.--_v.t._ to obtain the unitate of.--_n._ UNIT[=A]'TION. [L. _unitum_, pa.p. of _un[=i]re_, to unite--unus, one.]
UNITE, [=u]-n[=i]t', _v.t._ to make one: to join two or more into one: to join: to make to agree or adhere.--_v.i._ to become one: to grow or act together.--_adj._ UN[=I]'TED, joined, made one: harmonious.--_adj._ UN[=I]'TEDLY, in union: together.--_ns._ UN[=I]'TER, one who unites; UNI'TION, act of uniting, conjunction; U'NITISM, monism.--_adj._ U'NITIVE, harmonising, uniting.--_adv._ UN[=I]'TIVELY.--UNITAS FRATRUM, or UNITED BRETHREN (see MORAVIAN); UNITED GREEKS (see UNIAT); UNITED IRISHMEN, an organisation originally formed to help Grattan in carrying his reforms, but which quickly became a rebel organisation, and caused the rising of 1798; UNITED PRESBYTERIAN (see PRESBYTER); UNITED PROVINCES, the seven northern provinces of Holland--Holland, Zealand, Utrecht, Gelderland, Groningen, Friesland, and Overyssel, united in 1579 under the Union of Utrecht; UNITED STATES, a federal union of states, esp. that of North AMERICA.
UNITY, [=u]'ni-ti, _n._ oneness: state of being one or at one: agreement: the arrangement of all the parts to one purpose or effect: harmony: (_math._) any quantity taken as one.--THE UNITIES (of _place_, _time_, and _action_), the three canons of the classical drama--that the scenes should be at the same place, that all the events should be such as might happen within a single day, and that nothing should be admitted not directly relevant to the development of the plot.
UNIVALENT, [=u]-niv'a-lent, _adj._ having a valence of one.--_ns._ UNIV'ALENCE, UNIV'ALENCY.
UNIVALVE, [=u]'ni-valv, _adj._ having one valve or shell only.--_n._ a shell of one valve only: a mollusc whose shell is composed of a single piece.--_adj._ UNIVAL'VULAR.
UNIVERSAL, [=u]-ni-v[.e]r'sal, _adj._ comprehending, affecting, or extending to the whole: comprising all the particulars: applied to a great variety of uses.--_n._ a universal proposition, a general term, a universal concept.--_n._ UNIVERSALIS[=A]'TION.--_v.t._ UNIVER'SALISE.--_ns._ UNIVER'SALISM, the doctrine or belief of universal salvation, or the ultimate salvation of all mankind, and even of the fallen angels; UNIVER'SALIST, a believer in universalism.--_adj._ pertaining to such beliefs.--_adj._ UNIVERSALIST'IC.--_n._ UNIVERSAL'ITY, state or quality of being universal.--_adv._ UNIVER'SALLY.--_n._ UNIVER'SALNESS.--_adj._ UNIVERSAN'IMOUS, of one mind. [L. _universalis_--_universus_.]
UNIVERSE, [=u]'ni-v[.e]rs, _n._ the whole system of created things: all created things viewed as one whole: the world.--_adj._ UNIVERSOLOG'ICAL.--_ns._ UNIVERSOL'OGIST; UNIVERSOL'OGY, the science of the universe, or of all forms of human activity. [L. _universum_, neut. sing.
of _universus_, whole, _unus_, one, _versus_, _vert[)e]re_, to turn.]
UNIVERSITY, [=u]-ni-v[.e]r'si-ti, _n._ a corporation of teachers or assemblage of colleges for teaching the higher branches of learning, and having power to confer degrees. [L. _universitas_, a corporation--_universus_.]
UNIVOCAL, [=u]-niv'[=o]-kal, _adj._ having one meaning only: having unison of sounds.--_n._ a word with but one meaning.--_n._ UNIV'OCACY.--_adv._ UNIV'OCALLY.--_n._ UNIVOC[=A]'TION, agreement of name and meaning. [L.
_univocus_--_unus_, one, _vox_, _vocis_, a voice.]
UNJAUNDICED, un-jan'dist, _adj._ not jaundiced, not affected by jealousy.
UNJEALOUS, un-jel'us, _adj._ not jealous.
UNJOINTED, un-join'ted, _adj._ having no joint or articulation.
UNJOYFUL, un-joi'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not joyful.--_adj._ UNJOY'OUS, not joyous or cheerful.--_adv._ UNJOY'OUSLY.
UNJUST, un-just', _adj._ not just or controlled by justice: contrary to justice: dishonest, faithless.--_adj._ UNJUS'TIF[=I]ABLE, not justifiable.--_n._ UNJUS'TIF[=I]ABLENESS.--_advs._ UNJUS'TIF[=I]ABLY; UNJUST'LY.--_n._ UNJUST'NESS.
UNKED, ung'ked, _adj._ (_prov._) strange, ugly, inconvenient.--Also UNK'ID, UNK'ETH, UNK'ARD. [_Uncouth_.]
UNKEMPT, un'kemt, _adj._ uncombed: unpolished, rough. [Pfx. _un-_, not, A.S. _cemban_, to comb--_camb_, a comb.]
UNKENNED, un-kend', _adj._ not known.--Also UNKENT'.
UNKENNEL, un-ken'el, _v.t._ to drive from a kennel or hole: to rouse from secrecy or retreat.
UNKEPT, un-kept', _adj._ not kept or sustained.
UNKIND, un-k[=i]nd', _adj._ contrary to kind or nature: wanting in kindness: cruel.--_n._ UNK[=I]ND'LINESS, want of kindliness.--_adj._ UNK[=I]ND'LY, contrary to kind or nature: malignant: not kind.--_adv._ (_Milt._) in a manner contrary to kind or nature: in an unkindly manner: cruelly.--_n._ UNK[=I]ND'NESS, want of kindness or affection: cruelty.--_adj._ UNKIN'DRED (_obs._), not related.--_adv._ UNKIN'DREDLY.
UNKING, un-king', _v.t._ to strip of royal power.--_adv._ UNKING'LY, unbecoming a king.
UNKISS, un-kis', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to annul by kissing.
UNKNELLED, un-neld', _adj._ untolled.
UNKNIGHTLY, un-n[=i]t'li, _adj._ contrary to the rules of chivalry, unbecoming a knight.--_n._ UNKNIGHT'LINESS.
UNKNIT, un-nit', _v.t._ to separate or loose what is knit or knotted: to open.
UNKNOT, un-not', _v.t._ to free from knots: to untie.
UNKNOWABLE, un-n[=o]'a-bl, _adj._ incapable of being known.--_n._ that which cannot be known, the first or original cause: that which is cognisable only in its relations.--_n._ UNKNOW'ABLENESS.--_adv._ UNKNOW'ABLY.--_adj._ UNKNOW'ING, ignorant, obtuse.--_adv._ UNKNOW'INGLY.--_n._ UNKNOW'INGNESS.--_adj._ UNKNOWN', not known, mentally apprehended, recognised, or made know.--_n._ UNKNOWN'NESS.
UNLABOURED, un-l[=a]'burd, _adj._ showing no traces of labour, unwrought: unrestrained, easy.--_adj._ UNLAB[=O]'RIOUS, not toilsome.--_adv._ UNLAB[=O]'RIOUSLY.--_adj._ UNL[=A]'BOURING, not labouring.
UNLACE, un-l[=a]s', _v.t._ to loose from being laced: to loose the dress of.--_adj._ UNLAST' (_Spens._), unlaced.
UNLADE, un-l[=a]d', _v.i._ to unload: to take out the cargo of.
UNLAID, un-l[=a]d', _adj._ not laid or fixed: not having parallel water-marked lines, as paper: untwisted: not allayed or pacified.
UNLAMENTED, un-la-men'ted, _adj._ not lamented.
UNLAP, un-lap', _v.t._ to unfold.
UNLARDED, un-lar'ded, _adj._ not larded or mixed with lard, unadulterated.
UNLASH, un-lash', _v.t._ (_naut._) to loose the lashings of.
UNLATCH, un-lach', _v.t._ to open by lifting the latch.
UNLAWFUL, un-law'f[=oo]l, _adj._ not lawful or permitted by law.--_n._ UNLAW', lawlessness, any breach of law: an injury, injustice: a fine exacted from a transgressor of the law.--_adv._ UNLAW'FULLY.--_n._ UNLAW'FULNESS.
UNLAY, un-l[=a]', _v.t._ (_naut._) to untwist, as the strands of a rope.
UNLEAD, un-led', _v.t._ (_print._) to take out the leads from matter set up.
UNLEAL, un-l[=e]l', _adj._ not leal or loyal.
UNLEARN, un-l[.e]rn', _v.t._ to forget or lose what has been learned.--_v.i._ to become ignorant.--_adj._ UNLEAR'NED, not learned: ignorant.--_adv._ UNLEAR'NEDLY.--_n._ UNLEAR'NEDNESS.
UNLEASH, un-l[=e]sh', _v.t._ to free from a leash, to let go.
UNLEAVE, un-l[=e]v', _v.t._ (_obs._) to strip of leaves.--_v.i._ to lose leaves.