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Meanings of Unlamed:

adjective

Not rendered lame; (frequently figurative) unharmed, uninjured; unimpaired.

Meanings of Unlamented:

adjective

(of a person who has died or something that has gone or finished) not mourned or regretted.

Usage examples:

She died unlamented in a dusty backyard

Meanings of Unlampooned:

adjective

That is not or has not been the target of a lampoon; not satirized or ridiculed.

Meanings of Unlanced:

adjective

That has not been pierced or cut open; especially (of a boil, ulcer, etc.) that has not had an incision made to drain pus, relieve swelling, etc.; unrelieved.

Meanings of Unlanded:

adjective

That does not own or possess land; having no land.

Meanings of Unlandmarked:

adjective

Having no landmark or landmarks. also (and in earliest use) figurative.

Meanings of Unlanguaged:

adjective

Lacking knowledge of language or languages; lacking the ability to speak.

Meanings of Unlanterned:

adjective

Not having a lantern or lanterns; unilluminated.

Meanings of Unlap:

verb

To open up, fold back, or remove (a covering, wrapping, etc.); to spread open or unfold (something folded or rolled up, especially (in early use) a letter or other document). also without object or reflexive: to become spread open or unfolded.

Meanings of Unlapsed:

adjective

That has not lapsed.

Meanings of Unlarded:

adjective

Not larded; especially not enriched or greased with lard or fat.

Meanings of Unlash:

verb

Unfasten (something tied in place with a cord or rope).

Usage examples:

He unlashed the dinghy

Meanings of Unlashed:

verb

Unfasten (something tied in place with a cord or rope).

Usage examples:

He unlashed the dinghy

Meanings of Unlashes:

verb

Unfasten (something tied in place with a cord or rope).

Usage examples:

He unlashed the dinghy

Meanings of Unlashing:

verb

Unfasten (something tied in place with a cord or rope).

Usage examples:

He unlashed the dinghy

Meanings of Unlasting:

adjective

Not lasting; impermanent; transient.

Meanings of Unlatch:

verb

Unfasten the latch of (a door or gate).

Usage examples:

She struggled to unlatch the gate

Unlatched

ʌnˈlatʃ

Meanings of Unlatched:

verb

Unfasten the latch of (a door or gate).

Usage examples:

She struggled to unlatch the gate

Unlatches

ʌnˈlatʃ

Meanings of Unlatches:

verb

Unfasten the latch of (a door or gate).

Usage examples:

She struggled to unlatch the gate

Meanings of Unlatching:

verb

Unfasten the latch of (a door or gate).

Usage examples:

She struggled to unlatch the gate

Meanings of Unlathed:

adjective

Not fitted or covered with laths.

Meanings of Unlatinized:

adjective

Not translated into latin; not given a latin form.

Meanings of Unlatticed:

adjective

Not latticed.

Meanings of Unlaudable:

adjective

Not laudable; not worthy or deserving of praise.

Meanings of Unlaugh:

verb

To withdraw or retract (laughter).

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