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Meanings of Uncages:

verb

Release from a cage.

Usage examples:

They had forgotten to uncage the two black owls

Uncaging

ʌnˈkeɪdʒ

Meanings of Uncaging:

verb

Release from a cage.

Usage examples:

They had forgotten to uncage the two black owls

Uncalculated

ʌnˈkalkjʊleɪtɪd

Meanings of Uncalculated:

adjective

(of an action) done without full consideration of the likely consequences.

Usage examples:

A hasty, uncalculated decision

Meanings of Uncalled:

adjective

Not summoned or invited.

Usage examples:

The only love of his young life had come uncalled and overpowering

Meanings of Uncalm:

noun

Absence of calm; lack of stillness or tranquillity; agitation, disquiet.

adjective

Not calm; lacking stillness or tranquillity; agitated, disquieted.

Uncandid

ˌʌnˈkæn.dɪd

Meanings of Uncandid:

adjective

Not candid or frank.

Usage examples:

She was uncandid, therefore, about leaving the breadth of london a little longer between herself an…

Uncannier

ʌnˈkæn.i

Meanings of Uncannier:

adjective

Strange or mysterious, especially in an unsettling way.

Usage examples:

An uncanny feeling that she was being watched

Uncanniest

ʌnˈkæn.i

Meanings of Uncanniest:

adjective

Strange or mysterious, especially in an unsettling way.

Usage examples:

An uncanny feeling that she was being watched

Uncannily

ʌnˈkæn.əl.i

Meanings of Uncannily:

adverb

In a strange or mysterious way, especially one that is unsettling.

Usage examples:

Bobby looks uncannily like his father

Meanings of Uncanniness:

noun

The fact of being strange or mysterious, often in a way that is slightly frightening

Usage examples:

The uncanniness of a disembodied voice being transmitted via a telephone line, as experienced by ea…

Meanings of Uncanny:

adjective

Strange or mysterious, especially in an unsettling way.

Usage examples:

An uncanny feeling that she was being watched

Meanings of Uncanonical:

adjective

Not conforming to or ordered by canon law.

Usage examples:

That the doctrine of the filioque and its uncanonical insertion in the latin creed present serious …

Uncap

ʌnˈkæp

Meanings of Uncap:

verb

Remove the lid or cover from.

Usage examples:

Henry uncapped a felt-tip pen

Meanings of Uncapitalized:

adjective

Not converted into capital; not supplied with capital.

Uncapped

ʌnˈkæp

Meanings of Uncapped:

adjective

(of a player) never having been chosen as a member of a particular sports team, especially a national one.

Usage examples:

The 19-year-old uncapped kaarthick, rewarded for his consistent performance at the domestic level, …
verb

Remove the lid or cover from.

Usage examples:

Henry uncapped a felt-tip pen

Meanings of Uncapping:

verb

Remove the lid or cover from.

Usage examples:

Henry uncapped a felt-tip pen

Uncaps

ʌnˈkap

Meanings of Uncaps:

verb

Remove the lid or cover from.

Usage examples:

Henry uncapped a felt-tip pen

Meanings of Uncared-for:

adjective

Not taken care of well enough

Usage examples:

He looked unwashed and uncared for.

Meanings of Uncaring:

adjective

Not displaying sympathy or concern for others.

Usage examples:

An uncaring father

Meanings of Uncarpeted:

adjective

(of a floor) not covered with a carpet.

Usage examples:

Priss dropped her grip on the receiver, which promptly clattered onto the uncarpeted kitchen floor …

Meanings of Uncase:

verb

Remove from a cover or case.

Usage examples:

I uncased my guitar, hit a chord, and struck up an old and somehow appropriate gerry rafferty song …

Meanings of Uncased:

verb

Remove from a cover or case.

Usage examples:

I uncased my guitar, hit a chord, and struck up an old and somehow appropriate gerry rafferty song …

Uncases

ˌʌnˈkeɪs

Meanings of Uncases:

verb

Remove from a cover or case.

Usage examples:

I uncased my guitar, hit a chord, and struck up an old and somehow appropriate gerry rafferty song …

Meanings of Uncashed:

adjective

(of a cheque or money order) not yet cashed.

Usage examples:

One widow, she said, was carrying around $900,000 in uncashed cheques; another confessed to spendin…

Meanings of Uncasing:

verb

Remove from a cover or case.

Usage examples:

I uncased my guitar, hit a chord, and struck up an old and somehow appropriate gerry rafferty song …

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