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Unalike

ˌʌn.əˈlaɪk

Meanings of Unalike:

adjective

(of two or more subjects) differing from each other; not similar.

Usage examples:

They are unalike in personality

Meanings of Unalive:

adjective

Lacking in vitality; not living or lively.

Usage examples:

I found the length of my arm of a card catalogue on the topic ‘nithe neamhbheo agus neacha nach bhf…

Meanings of Unalleviated:

adjective

Not alleviated; relentless.

Usage examples:

A time of unalleviated misery

Meanings of Unalleviatedly:

adjective

Not alleviated; relentless.

Usage examples:

A time of unalleviated misery

Meanings of Unallied:

adjective

Not allied; having no allies.

Usage examples:

The reality is that any corrupt regime overthrown by moral and rational forces - ie by forces unall…

Unallocated

ˌʌnˈæl.ə.keɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Unallocated:

adjective

(of resources or duties) not yet allocated.

Usage examples:

£2.8 m of contingency funds remained unallocated

Meanings of Unallowable:

adjective

Not allowable.

Usage examples:

Out of that emerges a hierarchy of allowable and unallowable crimes.

Meanings of Unalloyed:

adjective

(of metal) not alloyed; pure.

Usage examples:

Unalloyed copper

Unalluring

ˌʌn.əˈljʊə.rɪŋ

Meanings of Unalluring:

adjective

Not attractive or exciting

Usage examples:

She had a small flat in one of the more unalluring parts of the town., this book is actually well w…

Meanings of Unalphabetical:

adjective

Not arranged in alphabetical order; not using an alphabet.

Unalterable

ʌnˈɒl.tər.ə.bəl

Meanings of Unalterable:

adjective

Not able to be changed.

Usage examples:

The constitution was unalterable without the king's consent

Meanings of Unaltered:

adjective

Remaining the same; unchanged.

Usage examples:

Many buildings survive unaltered

Meanings of Unaltering:

adjective

Not changing; remaining the same.

Usage examples:

People who come to confession with an unaltering list of sins

Unamazed

ʌnəˈmeɪzd

Meanings of Unamazed:

adjective

Not amazed.

Usage examples:

He would therefore be utterly unamazed to read some of the reviews currently being written of this …

Meanings of Unambiguous:

adjective

Not open to more than one interpretation.

Usage examples:

Instructions should be unambiguous

Meanings of Unambiguously:

adverb

In a manner that is not open to more than one interpretation.

Usage examples:

She answered questions clearly and unambiguously

Unambitious

ˌʌn.æmˈbɪʃ.əs

Meanings of Unambitious:

adjective

Not motivated or driven by a strong desire or determination to succeed.

Usage examples:

He was an unambitious man

Unamenable

ˌʌn.əˈmiː.nə.bəl

Meanings of Unamenable:

adjective

Not responsive to something; not capable of being treated or dealt with in a particular way.

Usage examples:

The protesters were unamenable to rational debate

Unamended

ˌʌn.əˈmen.dɪd

Meanings of Unamended:

adjective

Not amended.

Usage examples:

But if the new water bill goes through unamended, strategic health authorities will be able to comp…

Meanings of Unami:

noun

See delaware2 (sense 2 of the noun).

Meanings of Unamiable:

adjective

Not having a friendly manner; not pleasant.

Usage examples:

A fat man with unamiable blue eyes

Unamortized

ˌʌn.əˈmɔː.taɪzd

Meanings of Unamortized:

adjective

An unamortized debt or cost has not been reduced by small regular amounts

Usage examples:

We have included the unamortised part of the expenses in the calculation., all unamortized amounts …

Meanings of Unamplified:

adjective

Not amplified.

Usage examples:

Even ‘somewhere’ is wonderfully fractured, featuring his penchant, often witnessed in live shows, f…

Meanings of Unamused:

adjective

Not responding in a positive way to something intended to be amusing; feeling somewhat annoyed or disapproving.

Usage examples:

She was unamused by some of the things written about her

Unamusing

ˌʌn.əˈmjuː.zɪŋ

Meanings of Unamusing:

adjective

Not funny

Usage examples:

The seemingly never-ending saga of his injured foot was tiresome and unamusing., he whacks bystande…

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