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UNSPIN, un-spin', _v.t._ to undo what has been spun.

UNSPIRITUAL, un-spir'i-t[=u]-al, _adj._ not spiritual.--_v.t._ UNSPIR'ITUALISE, to deprive of spirituality.--_adv._ UNSPIR'ITUALLY.

UNSPLEENED, un-spl[=e]nd', _adj._ free from spleen.

UNSPOIL, un-spoil', _v.t._ to undo the ill effects of spoiling.--_adj._ UNSPOILED'.

UNSPOKEN, un-sp[=o]'kn, _adj._ not spoken, unconfessed.

UNSPONTANEOUS, un-spon-t[=a]'n[=e]-us, _adj._ not spontaneous.

UNSPORTFUL, un-sp[=o]rt'fool, _adj._ not sportful, melancholy.

UNSPOTTED, un-spot'ed, _adj._ free from spot: not tainted with guilt.--_n._ UNSPOTT'EDNESS.

UNSQUARED, un-skw[=a]rd', _adj._ not made square: undressed: irregular, unbalanced.

UNSQUIRE, un-skw[=i]r', _v.t._ to strip of the dignity of squire.

UNSTABLE, un-st[=a]'bl, _adj._ not stable, unreliable, infirm, inconstant: in such a physical state that the slightest change induces further change of form or composition.--_ns._ UNSTABIL'ITY, UNST[=A]'BLENESS.

UNSTABLISHED, un-stab'lisht, _adj._ not firmly fixed.

UNSTACK, un-stak', _v.t._ to remove from a stack.

UNSTAID, un-st[=a]d', _adj._ not staid or steady.--_n._ UNSTAID'NESS.

UNSTAINED, un-st[=a]nd', _adj._ not stained or tarnished.

UNSTAMPED, un-stampt', _adj._ not stamped, not having a stamp affixed.

UNSTANCHED, un-stancht', _adj._ not stanched: incontinent.--_adj._ UNSTANCH'ABLE.

UNSTARCH, un-starch' _v.t._ to take the starch from.

UNSTATE, un-st[=a]t', _v.t._ to deprive of state or dignity.

UNSTATUTABLE, un-stat'[=u]-ta-bl, _adj._ unwarranted by statute.--_adv._ UNSTAT'UTABLY.

UNSTAYED, un-st[=a]d', _adj._ not stayed or restrained.

UNSTEADY, un-sted'i, _adj._ not steady: changeable.--_v.t._ to make unsteady.--_adj._ UNSTEAD'FAST, not steadfast or resolute: insecure.--_adv._ UNSTEAD'FASTLY.--_n._ UNSTEAD'FASTNESS.--_adv._ UNSTEAD'ILY, in an unsteady manner.--_n._ UNSTEAD'INESS, the state or quality of being unsteady: want of firmness: irresolution.

UNSTEEL, un-st[=e]l, _v.t._ to soften, to disarm.

UNSTEP, un-step', _v.t._ to remove, as a mast, from its place.

UNSTERCORATED, un-ster'k[=o]-r[=a]-ted, _adj._ not stercorated or manured.

UNSTICK, un-stik', _v.t._ to tear something free.

UNSTING, un-sting', _v.t._ to disarm of a sting.

UNSTINTED, un-stint'ed, _adj._ not stinted, profuse.

UNSTITCH, un-stich', _v.t._ to take out the stitches of.

UNSTOCK, un-stok', _v.t._ to deplete of stock: to remove from the stock: (_obs._) to launch.

UNSTOCKINGED, un-stok'ingd, _adj._ not wearing stockings.

UNSTOOPING, un-st[=oo]p'ing, _adj._ not stooping.

UNSTOP, un-stop', _v.t._ to free from a stopper; to free from hinderance: to draw out the stops of an organ.

UNSTOPPER, un-stop'[.e]r, _v.t._ to open, as a bottle, by taking out the stopper.

UNSTOPPLE, un-stop'l, _v.t._ to remove a stopple from.

UNSTOW, un-st[=o]', _v.t._ to empty of its contents.--_adj._ UNSTOWED', not stowed or packed.

UNSTRAINED, un-str[=a]nd', _adj._ not strained or purified by straining: not forced, natural.--_v.t._ UNSTRAIN', to relieve from a strain.

UNSTRATIFIED, un-strat'i-f[=i]d, _adj._ not stratified, as rocks.

UNSTRESSED, un-strest', _adj._ not pronounced with stress, unaccented.

UNSTRETCH, un-strech', _v.i._ to become unstretched or relaxed.

UNSTRIATED, un-str[=i]'[=a]-ted, _adj._ not striated or striped.

UNSTRING, un-string', _v.t._ to take the strings off: to relax or loosen.--_adjs._ UNSTRINGED'; UNSTRUNG'.

UNSTRUCK, un-struk', _adj._ not struck.

UNSTUDIED, un-stud'id, _adj._ done without premeditation, natural, easy: not acquainted with through study.

UNSTUFFED, un-stuft', _adj._ not stuffed.

UNSUBDUED, un-sub-d[=u]d', _adj._ not subdued.--_adj._ UNSUBD[=U]'ABLE, incapable of being subdued.

UNSUBJECT, un-sub'jekt, _adj._ not subject.

UNSUBMISSIVE, un-sub-mis'iv, _adj._ not submissive.--_n._ UNSUBMIS'SION.--_adv._ UNSUBMISS'IVELY.--_n._ UNSUBMISS'IVENESS.--_adj._ UNSUBMIT'TING, not submitting.

UNSUBORDINATE, un-sub-or'di-n[=a]t, _adj._ not subordinate.

UNSUBSTANTIAL, un-sub-stan'shal, _adj._ not substantial, not real, not solid or strong.--_v.t._ UNSUBSTAN'TIALISE.--_ns._ UNSUBSTANTIAL'ITY; UNSUBSTANTI[=A]'TION.

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