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Undoubtedly

ʌnˈdaʊ.tɪd.li

Meanings of Undoubtedly:

adverb

Without doubt; certainly.

Usage examples:

They are undoubtedly guilty

Undoubting

ʌnˈdaʊ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Undoubting:

adjective

Certain and not showing any feelings of doubt

Usage examples:

He was often doubtful about himself but always undoubting about the truth., we see with undoubting …

Undrained

ʌnˈdreɪnd

Meanings of Undrained:

adjective

Not emptied of water; not drained.

Usage examples:

Undrained marshes

Meanings of Undramatic:

adjective

Lacking the qualities expected in drama.

Usage examples:

An undramatic libretto

Meanings of Undramatized:

adjective

Not described, shown, or performed as part of a book, play, film, etc.

Usage examples:

The book leaves key situations undramatised, so relationships seem confusing, though in the end the…

Meanings of Undraped:

adjective

Not covered with cloth or drapery.

Usage examples:

Leave the bed frame undraped for a smart shaker look

Meanings of Undrawn:

adjective

(of curtains) not drawn across the window; open.

Usage examples:

Upstairs the curtains are undrawn and i watch myself in a mist of cotton nightdress that hides scar…

Meanings of Undreamed:

adjective

Not thought to be possible (used to express pleasant surprise at the amount, extent, or level of something).

Usage examples:

She is now enjoying undreamed-of success

Undreamed-of

ʌnˈdriːmd əv

Meanings of Undreamed-of:

adjective

Better or greater than anyone would think possible

Usage examples:

Through the internet, we have access to information that was undreamed of 30 years ago.

Meanings of Undreamt:

adjective

Not thought to be possible (used to express pleasant surprise at the amount, extent, or level of something).

Usage examples:

She is now enjoying undreamed-of success

Undreamt-of

ʌnˈdriːmd əv

Meanings of Undreamt-of:

adjective

Better or greater than anyone would think possible

Usage examples:

Through the internet, we have access to information that was undreamed of 30 years ago.

Meanings of Undress:

verb

Take off one's clothes.

Usage examples:

She undressed and climbed into bed
noun

The state of being naked or only partially clothed.

Usage examples:

Women in various states of undress

Undressed

ʌnˈdrest

Meanings of Undressed:

adjective

Wearing no clothes; naked.

Usage examples:

He was undressed and ready for bed
verb

Take off one's clothes.

Usage examples:

She undressed and climbed into bed

Undresses

ʌnˈdres

Meanings of Undresses:

verb

Take off one's clothes.

Usage examples:

She undressed and climbed into bed
noun

The state of being naked or only partially clothed.

Usage examples:

Women in various states of undress

Undressing

ʌnˈdres

Meanings of Undressing:

verb

Take off one's clothes.

Usage examples:

She undressed and climbed into bed
noun

The state of being naked or only partially clothed.

Usage examples:

Women in various states of undress

Undried

ʌnˈdrʌɪd

Meanings of Undried:

adjective

(especially of food) in its fresh state; not dried.

Usage examples:

Salted undried fish

Meanings of Undrilled:

adjective

If an object or material is undrilled, holes have not been made in it using a special tool

Usage examples:

All panels came oversized and undrilled., hold the undrilled moulding in a vice, and apply glue to …

Undrinkable

ʌnˈdrɪnkəb(ə)l

Meanings of Undrinkable:

adjective

Not fit to be drunk because of impurity or poor quality.

Usage examples:

The wine was almost undrinkable

Undrunk

ʌnˈdrʌŋk

Meanings of Undrunk:

adjective

(of drink) not consumed.

Usage examples:

He ran out, leaving his coffee undrunk and the bill unpaid

Undubbed

ʌnˈdʌbd

Meanings of Undubbed:

adjective

Of a film or other soundtrack: not provided with a spoken translated version of the original; that has not been dubbed.

Meanings of Undue:

adjective

Unwarranted or inappropriate because excessive or disproportionate.

Usage examples:

This figure did not give rise to undue concern

Meanings of Undulant:

adjective

Having a rising and falling motion or appearance like that of waves; undulating.

Usage examples:

Untreated, the fever becomes undulant (up for weeks and gone for weeks), patients spend three month…

Meanings of Undulate:

verb

Move or go with a smooth up-and-down motion.

Usage examples:

The surface of the liquid undulated gently
adjective

(especially of a leaf) having a wavy surface or edge.

Undulated

ˈʌn.djʊ.leɪt

Meanings of Undulated:

verb

Move or go with a smooth up-and-down motion.

Usage examples:

The surface of the liquid undulated gently
adjective

(especially of a leaf) having a wavy surface or edge.

Undulates

ˈʌn.djʊ.leɪt

Meanings of Undulates:

verb

Move or go with a smooth up-and-down motion.

Usage examples:

The surface of the liquid undulated gently
adjective

(especially of a leaf) having a wavy surface or edge.

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