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Unaccompanied

ˌʌn.əˈkʌm.pən.id

Meanings of Unaccompanied:

adjective

Having no companion or escort.

Usage examples:

No unaccompanied children allowed

Meanings of Unaccomplished:

adjective

Showing little skill.

Usage examples:

An unaccomplished poet

Meanings of Unaccountable:

adjective

Unable to be explained.

Usage examples:

A strange and unaccountable fact

Unaccountably

ˌʌn.əˈkaʊn.tə.bəl.i

Meanings of Unaccountably:

adverb

In a way that cannot be explained or understood

Usage examples:

I felt unaccountably happy this morning., unaccountably, the lawyer never called this supposed witn…

Unaccounted

ˌʌnəˈkaʊntɪd

Meanings of Unaccounted:

adjective

Not included in (an account or calculation) through being lost or disregarded.

Usage examples:

A substantial amount of money is unaccounted for

Meanings of Unaccounted-for:

adjective

If a person is unaccounted for, it is not known where they are or whether they are still alive

Usage examples:

A fire on the ship killed a hundred or more passengers - some likely victims are still unaccounted …

Unaccredited

ˌʌn.əˈkred.ɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Unaccredited:

adjective

Not recognized as having attained an acceptable standard.

Usage examples:

A mail-order degree from an unaccredited correspondence school

Meanings of Unaccustomed:

adjective

Not familiar or usual; out of the ordinary.

Usage examples:

They finished their supper with unaccustomed speed

Unachievable

ˌʌn.əˈtʃiː.və.bəl

Meanings of Unachievable:

adjective

(of an aim or objective) too difficult to be achieved.

Usage examples:

An unachievable political goal

Unachieved

ˌʌn.əˈtʃiːvd

Meanings of Unachieved:

adjective

If your aim is unachieved, you have not succeeded in reaching it, especially after a lot of work or effort

Usage examples:

The objectives that we set ourselves five years ago remain unachieved., i worry that so many of my …

Meanings of Unacknowledged:

adjective

Existing or having taken place but not accepted, recognized, or admitted to.

Usage examples:

Her unacknowledged feelings

Unacquainted

ʌnəˈkweɪntɪd

Meanings of Unacquainted:

adjective

(of two or more people) not having met before; not knowing each other.

Usage examples:

Unacquainted people refrain from approaching and addressing one another in public

Meanings of Unacquainted-with:

phrase

Unfamiliar with something, because you have not studied it or experienced it before

Usage examples:

I am unacquainted with her work., he said that he was totally unacquainted with vietnamese cookery.…

Meanings of Unacquaintedly:

adjective

(of two or more people) not having met before; not knowing each other.

Usage examples:

Unacquainted people refrain from approaching and addressing one another in public

Unacted

ˌʌnˈæk.tɪd

Meanings of Unacted:

adjective

Not done or performed

Usage examples:

He used his writing as an outlet for unacted desires., among her papers were several long poems and…

Meanings of Unadaptable:

adjective

Not adaptable.

Usage examples:

Why were valuable time and money spent in attempts to adapt the unadaptable old horse car lines to …

Unadapted

ˌʌn.əˈdæp.tɪd

Meanings of Unadapted:

adjective

Not adapted.

Usage examples:

Animals unadapted for surviving shocks

Meanings of Unaddled:

adjective

Especially of a person's brain: not muddled; sound; having the ability to think rationally and clearly.

Unaddressed

ˌʌn.əˈdrest

Meanings of Unaddressed:

adjective

Not considered or dealt with.

Usage examples:

Wider questions remain unaddressed

Unadjacent

ʌnəˈdʒeɪs(ə)nt

Meanings of Unadjacent:

adjective

Not adjacent.

Usage examples:

Mr roberts declined to discuss the size of the settlement but well-placed cathedral sources disclos…

Meanings of Unadjudicated:

adjective

If a crime or legal case is unadjudicated, a judge has not made a formal decision about it

Usage examples:

The court left the claim unadjudicated., many of the complaints that were brought before the panel …

Meanings of Unadjusted:

adjective

(especially of figures or statistics) not adjusted or refined.

Usage examples:

The unadjusted jobless total increased last month

Unadmired

ˌʌn.ədˈmaɪəd

Meanings of Unadmired:

adjective

If someone or something is unadmired, people do not think that they are attractive or pleasant, or that they deserve respect

Usage examples:

The work of such a fine artist cannot be unnoticed or unadmired., he was a pathetic creature who di…

Unadmitted

ˌʌn.ədˈmɪt.ɪd

Meanings of Unadmitted:

adjective

Not publicly or openly admitted

Usage examples:

The government has made an unadmitted reversal of its policy., he had an unadmitted motive for acce…

Meanings of Unadoptable:

adjective

If an animal or child is unadoptable, there is some reason why they cannot be adopted (= permanently taken into someone's home as part of their family)

Usage examples:

Many of the dogs have behavioural problems that make them unadoptable., very young children are rar…

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