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Meanings of Unjoyful:

adjective

Not joyful; joyless; without joy.

Meanings of Unjoyfully:

adverb

Not joyfully; joylessly; without joy.

Meanings of Unjoyous:

adjective

Not joyous; joyless; without joy.

Meanings of Unjudged:

adjective

Not judged; especially not tried or sentenced in court; not decided by a court.

Meanings of Unjudgelike:

adjective

Not characteristic of or befitting a judge.

Meanings of Unjudging:

adjective

That does not judge; especially (a) lacking judgement or discernment, uncritical; (b) unjudgemental, uncensorious.

Meanings of Unjudicable:

adjective

Incapable of being judged; not subject to judgement.

Meanings of Unjudicial:

adjective

Not judicial; especially (a) not relating to, characteristic of, or befitting a judge or judges; not in accordance with justice; (b) lacking or not demonstrating sound judgement; injudicious, imprudent, unwise.

Meanings of Unjudicially:

adverb

Not judicially; especially (a) in a manner uncharacteristic of or unbefitting a judge or judges, or not in accordance with justice; (b) in a manner which demonstrates poor judgement; injudiciously, imprudently.

Meanings of Unjudicious:

noun

With the and plural agreement. injudicious, imprudent, or unwise people considered as a class.

adjective

Injudicious; having, showing, or characterized by poor judgement; imprudent, unwise.

Meanings of Unjuiced:

adjective

Emptied or drained of juice, squeezed out.

Meanings of Unjuicy:

adjective

Not juicy.

Meanings of Unjumpable:

adjective

That cannot be jumped or leapt over.

Unjust

ʌnˈdʒʌst

Meanings of Unjust:

adjective

Not based on or behaving according to what is morally right and fair.

Usage examples:

Resistance to unjust laws

Meanings of Unjustice:

noun

Injustice; unfairness; unjust action or behaviour. also as a count noun: an instance of this; an unjust act.

Meanings of Unjustifiable:

adjective

Not able to be shown to be right or reasonable.

Usage examples:

An unjustifiable restriction on their freedom

Meanings of Unjustifiably:

adverb

In a way that cannot be accepted or defended as right

Usage examples:

The costs of advertising and administration are unjustifiably high., the company deliberately provi…

Meanings of Unjustified:

adjective

Not shown to be right or reasonable.

Usage examples:

Unjustified price increases

Meanings of Unjustify:

verb

To make (a person) no longer righteous or absolved in the eyes of god. compare "justify""justification". also (occasionally) without object with object understood.

Meanings of Unked:

adjective

Unknown, unfamiliar; strange, unusual. chiefly english regional (yorkshire) and irish english in later use.

Meanings of Unkeeled:

adjective

Of a ship or boat: having no keel.

Meanings of Unkembed:

adjective

Of hair, wool, etc.: uncombed; unkempt, untidy. formerly also: (of a person) †not well groomed, dishevelled (obsolete).

Unkempt

ʌnˈkɛm(p)t

Meanings of Unkempt:

adjective

(especially of a person) having an untidy or dishevelled appearance.

Usage examples:

They were unwashed and unkempt

Meanings of Unkenned:

adjective

Not known through personal experience or acquaintance; unrecognized; unfamiliar, strange.

Meanings of Unkennel:

verb

To drive (a fox) from its earth.

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